Thursday, 13 November 2014

Bendi Fold Card Tutorial ~ SBC DT

Hello Friends,

Annette here for the Scrapbook Blessings Club and today for Friday's Cards.

I would like to feature teh Bendi Fold card I found on Split Coaster Stampers some time ago.

To date I have made 4 Bendi Fold Cards for DT and Challenge Projects.

For the members who would like the Tutorial on making the Bendi Fold Card I will include the Tutorial Link on here today.

Tip of the Day: Instead of cutting separate pieces for the Bendi Fold Card, make your Bendi Fold Card into one piece as this saves joining.

Now onto my project:-

Here are 3 of my 4 Bendi Folded Card creations I made 

For the Split Coast Stampers Tutorial here is the link:

  • Today my Tutorial I will be featuring the making of Bendi Fold Photo No. 3 the 3D Christmas Snow Hill Skater
  • For the making of my Bendi Fold Card I am making my main base Bendi Fold Card into one piece pattern instead of 3 individual patterns where they have to be joined together. I have purchase a large sheet of white cardboard from my local newsagent and worked out my pattern and made one piece.
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  • Once I have established my sizes I create my one piece Bendi Fold Card Pattern plus I mark the cut lines for the slots and I cut the slots with my mini paper cutter

  • I then Score the fold lines with my Score-Pal

  • This is how the Bendi Fold card looks once assembled ~ this is just a sample of the card I have cut and folded
  • Now I cut my 3 pieces to cover the front sections of my Bendi Fold Card from White Kaisercraft Cardstock

  • If you are making a Bendi Fold Card an not using Cotton Wool Snow as I am in this Tutorial ~ run these pieces through an Embossing Folder before attaching
  • Attach the Cardstock sections to the Bendi Card with double sided adhesive
  • For my sloping snow hill I have use my Spellbinders Scallop Board Die to give the slope to the snow hill ` but of course I have prepared mine before embossing and joining etc.

  • This is how my Bendi Fold Card looks prior to decorating

  • I then glue my Cotton Wool into all the areas to resemble snow and then I add my boarder Fence
  • I continue to decorate my Bendi Fold Card adding trees and whatever embellishments I desire to my project

  • I add here a paddle Pop Stick to support my 3D Image which I have suspended to the stick with double sided adhesive, the paddle Pop Stick also give the 3D support and keeps it nice and upright. I continue to decorate.

  • And here is my finished project complete 

Thank you for visiting my Bendi Fold Card Tutorial today and I hope you have enjoyed this project.
For any questions you may like to ask, please leave in the comments section and I will endeavour to respond as soon as possible.

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As always, any comments are very much appreciated. 
Thank you for stopping by and have a wonderful day.

Hope you have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by,
Annette ~


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