Paper Card Making Ideas; Paper Folding Techniques; Card Folding Techniques

Coming up with paper card making ideas is a very creative pastime enjoyed by millions. Decorating is only one aspect of it, however. Using card folding techniques and special card folds can really take your creative process to a new level and wow those lucky enough to receive your beautiful works of heart.

This website is very new, and I will be adding different ideas as I have time. Click on an image below to learn more about that special card folding technique.

Be sure to check out my blog for lots more ideas!




Stampin-Up-Welcome-Christmas-Stairstep-Card

Stairstep Cards are easy and a great way to use up your scraps of beautiful papers.


trifold card Trifold cards, also known as a shutter card, is one of the card folding techniques that looks more complicated than it really is.


Vintage Vogue Easel Card

Easel cards are another wonderful way to incorporate card folding techniques into your handmade card making.


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