HOW TO MAKE THEATER FOLD CARDS
THEATER CARD SERIES #1 & 2
Kicking off a new fun fold card series with the Theater Stage Card, also called the Slide & Reveal Card or Sliding Shadowbox. On the video class I’ll share how to create this card with the Stampin’ Up! Saleabration Favored Flowers Designer paper.
I’ve also share card #2 in this series below. I turned the theater fold into a photo card for a personal touch. I made it for a friend’s birthday. I used a photo of their house instead of designer paper for the background. A floating wakeboarder in front for a really a cool effect.
These cards fold flat and fit into a Medium Stampin’ Up! Envelope. Whether they would need more postage would depend on how many dimensionals you use.
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✅ Written instructions for theater fold card
✅ Video tutorial
✅ Links to more in my theater fold card series
✅ More photos of this card
✅ An additional card sharing a photo theater card idea
✅ More from the 2023 January – April Mini Catalog
THEATER SLIDER CARD VIDEO
THEATER CARD SERIES
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The word “thanks” is from the coordinating Fragrant Flower stamp set. Heat embossed in white and cut with a label from the Fragrant Flowers die. I attached the label with the Window Sheet. It gives the illusion of floating.
A top down view of the opened card.
This view shows the panels of the card with the front frame removed.
For more ideas using this gorgeous Favored Flowers Saleabration paper check out my accordion fold card set. I have instructions and details here.
FRAGRANT FLOWERS THEATER CARD SUPPLIES
PHOTO THEATER CARD #2
Card #2 in my series features a twist on the Theater Stage card. I used a photo for the background instead of designer paper. I made this wakeboarding theater photo card for a friend I ski with. The background photo is their house. I used the retired Waves of the Ocean Designer Series Paper to coordinate with the water theme.
I printed the photo on Basic White card stock to use for the background. I printed a second copy of the photo to layer over the I Beam so the I Beam blends in with the background.
I used a stock image of the wakeboarder silhouette. I cut it out and attached it to a window sheet to the back of the I Beam to give the appearance of the wakeboarder flipping.
A side view of the opened card.
A view of the panels with the frame removed.
I added another custom touch to this card by adding a card base to the back for the greeting. I use basic black standard card base: 11″ x 4-1/4″ scored in half with a piece of white inside to write on.
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