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Learn how to make a Gate Fold Card with Dawn.
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Hi! Stampers. Today I want to show you how to make this tri-fold card or a gate fold card. And I made tri-fold card similar to this back in January 24, 2008 when I first started making my videos. So if you want to see that just go back in my gallery but this one I’m just going to update the camera is new so I just thought I’d make a newer version of this card. So let’s get started.
Okay, so you’re going to start with your black cardstock and this is kind of 4¾x11 and then you're going to start scoring at two inches, 3 ¾, 7 ¾ and then nine and then you’re going to fold your card like this. And it’s black you can hardly see it but it opens up like this. And that’s how it looks like on the inside, or how you fold it. So that’s your base card and then we got two panels and I use the yo-yo yellow. This are going to go on the outside here and the panels I’ve cut it four inches by 1¾ and you’re going to need two of those.
And then for the inside of my card, this is cut at 3 ¼ and I went ahead and stamped some images for this card today ahead of time so we’d cut down on my video time. But this is going to go in the inside of your card actually it’s going to go like this. Okay, so then the front of my card, I have whisper white that’s cut it 2½x2¾ and then the yo-yo yellow is cut at 2¾x3. And this is going to layered onto the black which is cut at 3x3¾. And then I went ahead and stamped this little bee from the Just Buzzin’ by Stamp Set and the black stays on.
And I went ahead and colored the bee and the beehive with the yoyo yellow and the black and then I used the blush blossom for the bee’s face. I’m going to punch that bee out with the one and one quarter circle punch and it should fit in there really good. Punch that out. Then I want to use the one and three eight circle punch with the black cardstock.
Okay, so I’m going to go ahead and layer this bee onto the black. Okay, so then I’m just going to finish this layering here. I already did the beehive and I layered it on the yoyo yellow. Let’s going to layer the center of the black. And then for the panels, I want to go ahead and stamp on one side of my panels with the stays on with the Just Buzzin’ By to say. I want to stamp at one side of the panel here like that.
Okay, let me close this up here. I better stamp my bee and then I took another bee from the same stamp set, Just Buzzin’ By and I’m going stamp another bee onto the whisper white for the center part. Okay, and then I colored my bee using the same colors that I used before the yoyo yellow and the black and the blush blossom.
Okay, so then this is going to go in the inside of my card. Okay, then panels are going to go on to the ends and then I’m going to put this Buzzin’ By one on. Okay so then when it’s closed up, you’re going to see the sing would be here on the side. Okay, so let’s go ahead and decorate the front. Now you want to close you’re card out because when you put you’re beehive on the front, you’re going to want to have a little space here to put the bee right here so it doesn’t cover up the same.
So let me go ahead and do that you just got to put it on one side of your layer. There is good and then I’m going to take a dimensional and then I’m going to just position here right there. So it doesn’t cover up my saying but yeah, she’s on there cute, okay. So it looks like that, cute. Now we’re going to have some dazzling diamonds with the two way glue pen. And I’ll just scribble some two way glue pen on my beehive and also on my bee’s wings, like glitter here.
Okay, that’s it. So here is the card closed and then open. Durable, love it and here is the finished one again that we–that I made previously, the same thing. So thanks for stopping by we’ll see you later, bye.