I found a folded card at pinterest that I just wanted to make. After some searching, I believe it’s called Duo-fold. I tried to find a tutorial for it, but I couldn’t. So, I tried to figured it out by myself. I tried to make a template that you can use if you want to try it yourself. I will try to explain it for you.
You need a piece that is 6″x9″ for my version of it. All the dots is where you score the piece, and all the straight lines is where you cut.
1. At 1″ you score a 2″ scoreline 2″ down). You do the same at 2″.
2. At 3″ you score a 1″ score line 1″ down and at 4″ down.
3. At 4″ you score a 2″ line 2″ down.
4. You score over the whole paper at 5″.
5. At 7″ you score down a 1″ scoreline and the same at 5″ down.
6. Turning the paper around, you cut at 1″ in, 3″ down a 4″ line
7. At 2″ in, 1″ down a 4″ line
8. At 4″ in, 1″ down a 4″ line
9. At 5″ in, 3″ down a 4″ line
You can either cut or fold first, which you prefer.
Allt the V’s stands for valley folds and all the M’s stands for mountain folds. This is how I did.
I decorated all the squares and rectangles with patterned papers. On the first piece from the left I added a die-cut flower with steam. To the two squared after that I added background die-cuts. I also die-cut out scalloped circles that I stamped with a script stamp. On the two small vertical rectangles I stamped flies and ladybugs on. On the square in the middle I added a die-cut flower with a pearl. On the two horizontal middle rectangles, I stamped swirls on. On the other horizontal rectangled I added die-cut birds and sentiments. On the last but one piece I added a background die-cut that I attached die-cut flowers to. And the last one I added a tree circle that I cut in in the middle.
Have a crafty day!