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Cascade Fun Fold with DSP, Part 2

The panels for this card were inspired by a mistake I had made on my original Cascade Fun Fold, Part 1. I had cut the Designer Series Paper at the wrong angle when using directional paper. While I wasn't able to use that paper faux pas, I wanted to be able to make this card using card stock and add DSP panels to it.


Here's is the video on how I created the DSP panels for this card.



I also have for you a few photos of the step by step process.



You will need six panels in total.

  • For the longest, back panel cut two strips 1-7/8" wide and 5-1/4" long and cut down at an angle to the 4-5/8" mark. Cut both pieces at the same time with the "wrong" sides together (sewing term)

  • For the middle size panel cut the two 1-7/8" wide strip and 4-7/8" long and cut down, at an angle, to the 3-3/8" mark.

  • For the shortest strips, in the front, cut two strips 1-7/8" wide and 3-1/4"long, cut down at an angle to the 2-5/8" mark.

The video will show you how.


This is a really fun fold. To make the actual card, check out my previous video, with a template and a tip when using directional paper here.


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