Video: How to Make a Folded Screen Card

If you were hoping to see a video on how to make the base for a Folded Screen Card, I whipped one up for you!  After posting this stunning sample last week, several of you sent feedback that yes, you do want to see the video!  You can see more views of this card in this post:  Artistically Asian Folded Screen Card

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The video doesn’t show directions for the entire card, just the card base.  But one of my customers begged me for a tutorial.  So thanks to Bernice, this card will be the Featured Project in the July issue of the Stamping Madly Newsletter, complete with written and video tutorial!

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Here’s the video on how to create the card base.  If you want the tutorial for the entire card, be sure to sign up today!


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2 Responses to Video: How to Make a Folded Screen Card

  1. bernice thompson July 20, 2016 at 8:36 am #

    Sage , thank you for this tutorial ! I couldn’t figure out how to cut the feet and measurements for the panels. Do you think vellum panels would be pretty with with wild flowers? Thank you again for helping me and all your followers.

    • Sage July 20, 2016 at 1:22 pm #

      I think vellum panels would be pretty, but you’d have to use lighter cardstock for the base.

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