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Another Creative Fold with the beautiful Eastern Palace Suite Premiere Bundle. Don't forget you only have until the end of May to get this great Suite Bundle at the special price.  

If you have not checked out the details, you can do so here.  Or if you want to see some of the wonderful die combination you can do with the framelits from this bundle, you can here.

This creative fold I shared a few weeks ago, it is called a Pop Out Card.   It was shared with me by Leigh Amburgey during one of my TEAM challenges.

A Gate Fold Card has been my favorite go to fold in the past, but this Pop Out Fold has now become my favorite, as it is so easy to do and gives you a great look.

Here are the sizes of card stock and designer series paper you will need to create this fun card.

  • 4 1/4" x 11" Tranquil Tide Card Stock Scored at 2 3/4", 5 1/2" and 8 1/4"
  • 2 1/2 x 4" Fresh Fig Card Stock - 2 pieces
  • 2 3/8" x 3 7/8" Very Vanilla Card Stock - 2 pieces
  • 2 1/2" x 4" Eastern Palace Specialty Designers Series Paper - 4 pieces
  • 1/2" x 12" Eastern Palace Specialty Designers Series Paper

Check out the video to see just how simple this card goes together.

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Score them in half and adhere tot he fold. Sorry I was working out of range of the camera. You just want the fold of the tabs against the fold of the card. Her is another video with the same fold. Hope it helps you more.

Nancy Busse

I couldn't see how to put the two little flaps on the inside of the card. How did you do that?

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