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Friday, February 5, 2016

Cass Creating Now Tutorial - Square card with a Twist 5th Feb 2016

Square Card with a Twist

If using plain coloured card stock you will need the following:
2 pieces of Card stock in colour A (1 at 5 x 10 inches  and the other at 3.75 x 3.75 inches for each card.)
2 pieces of Card stock  in Colour B (1 at  4.5 x 4.5 inches and the other at 3.5 x 3.5 inches)

If you use double sided patterned card stock you will need the following:
2 pieces of Patterned Card stock (1 at 5 x 10 inches and 1 at 3.5 x 3.5 inches
I have used "Cupcake with Stars" and "Bathtime", both available at Robyn's Digis Stamps and More Shop

Score the 10 x 5 inch piece in half to get a 5x5 square card base.

 Crease the fold.

 You will now need to fold the top right hand corner on the front of the card and fold down towards the lower left hand corner, leaving approximately 1/2 inch at the top left and bottom right corners.

This is a view of the cards folded and open.  
With the plain coloured card, attach the colour B 4.5 x 4.5inch piece to the inside of card.  
The patterned card stock does not need any additional inside piece.

 Mount your images onto the smaller pieces of cardstock as shown in the photo.  
Using tape, 3d squares etc.  See photo for placements. The plain coloured card has both the colour B 3.5x3.5 and colour A 3.75 x 3.75 inch pieces.

The patterned cardstock 3.5 x 3.5 is used with the same side showing as the front of the card.
We are looking to create contrasts.

 Turn images over and place tape down the right hand side and bottom of the mounted image.  If you have placed the tape correctly, the backs of the images will look the same as in the photo.

One image per card

 Place the mounted image onto the folded down piece on the front of the card, half on and half off.

Finished Cards

I hope that you have enjoyed  this tutorial.

Try making some of these cards for a fun, new twist on square cards!

Entered into:
613 Avenue Create - Anything Goes
Crafting from the Heart - Anything Goes
Through the Craft Room Door- Anything Goes
Inspiration Destination - Anything Goes
Penny's Papers - Anything Goes


  1. Great card love the fresh colors. Thanks for joining us at ID.

  2. Awesome. Thank you so much for entering our ATG challenge at Through The Craft Room Door this week. Looking forward to see you again next challenge.




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  3. Adorable card Cass, love the shape of the card and cute image. Thank you for playing along with our Challenge at Penny's Paper-Crafty. We would love to see you again ... Anet DTx

  4. Great cards! Asd wonderful tutorial - TFS!! Thanks for joining us this week for our challenge at Penny's Paper Crafty. Hope to see you back again soon :)


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