Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Double Point Card Tutorial

Double Point Card

Planning ahead makes this card go quickly and it will be fancy too!  It's great for those last minute occasions!  Choose your pattern paper. It can be single or double-sided. Find a color for your card base and a die or punch will go on the front. Make it big enough to hold the sentiment you have chosen. This card will come together fast. 

Here are the measurements. You will need: 

Supplies you will need.


 1. Your choice of patterned paper cut into two 4" x 3"88
 2. Cardstock to match cut into an A2 base = 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" (8 1/2" x 5 1/2" folded in half)
 3. White cardstock cut into 4" x 5 1/4".   
Glue your pattern paper points to the ends
of the white cardstock.

You will need your choice of glue, sentiment stamp, a shape die (or you can cut one out yourself), ink pad, scissors, trimmer or ruler,  a scoreboard, and a bone folder.  

Nesting dies for the enclosure

Choose and use any nesting dies you own or cut out your own shapes with your scissors.

Finished card

The instructions are easy to follow. Scoring and folding, gluing then stamping. That's all it takes! Post your card creation in the album located in the Koala T Craft's Facebook group that Jen created. She is always interested to see your work! And there is a great chance you'll inspire someone else!  

Watch the tutorial with Jen to make this simple yet fancy card! Clicking below will take you straight there!

Jen suggests watching the video all the way through and then watch it a second time to make the card along with her!

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1 comment:

  1. Cannot wait to try the Double Point card...thanks for the good instructions!!