Just Add Ink #510 - Just Add a Fancy Fold

You know I love a fancy fold! So even though it is not my rostered week to design for Just Add Ink I just had to join in this week.

In May I came up with a fancy fold called a Double Pop-up Adapted Easel card. It is a really great fold that allows you to create scenes or arrangements that stand up for display but folds flat to fit into an envelope. 

Once you learn the card fold, you can use so many die and stamp sets with it. I have used the All Dressed Up dies and the Dressed to Impress stamp set to create this dressing table scene for my Goddaughter's 16th Birthday. She is pretty special to me to I wanted to make a pretty special card for her. 

The top of the dressing table is covered with Champagne Foil embossed using the Tin Tile 3D embossing folder.

I have stamped the images from the Dressed to Impress stamp set, coloured with Stampin' Blends then die cut. 

Inside there is room to write a message too. I forgot to take a pic of that!

Make sure you pop on over to the Just Add Ink page to see what fancy folds the other Design Team members used. Why not enter your own creation? We always love seeing them!


To purchase the products I've used today you can click any of the direct links in the text above or click the 'Shop Online' tab at the top of this page. Both ways will get you directly to my online store, where you are only minutes away from getting products delivered straight to you door

You can find the tutorial to make my Double Pop-up Adapted Easel card here.

You will also find some fun new card folds using some fabulous new products 
from the Stampin' Up! 2020-21 Annual Catalogue in our June Tutorial bundle. 

The Dimensionals June Tutorial Bundle has you covered. My Jar of Flowers Tri-fold card is just one of the 4 tutorials.


You can purchase the tutorial bundle here. I know you will love it!


  1. Fabulous card Lou - you are so clever. I know this card will be treasured.


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