Teepee Card Tutorial Featuring Dressed To Impress Stamp Set

Hello and welcome to my blog; today I am going to share with you a super fun and easy fun fold card that look s impressive but is one of the absolute easiest cards to put together.  This is also the last project for my 25 Days of Christmas Holiday Project Series this year. I was so surprised how easy this card was to put together.  I saw this card last week at a demonstrator event, and got one as part of a card swap.  I loved it so much I had to come home and try it.  This was such a fun card that I had to share it with you as well.  For my card I used some Holiday Catalog Products as well as some new products from the upcoming January-June Mini Catalog (which used to be the Occasions Catalog).  I picked the Dressed To Impress Stamp Set (available January 3, 2020) to showcase on my card today.  Here's a look at my card using this super fun and easy Teepee Fold (or Pyramid Card).

 Tips & Tricks: 

This card uses just a few supplies to make.  Three pieces of square cardstock for the base, a piece or two of designer series paper and whisper white.  Once you pick out the colors of the cardstock you are going to use; it's then time to do a little scoring and a little stamping.  I picked Old Olive as my card base.  I used the Best Dressed Designer Series Paper and a piece of Whisper White.  You are going to take the three pieces of cardstock and score them from point to point.  The DSP and whisper white are cut down the middle from point to point.  
After you get everything cut and scored it's time to put the card together.  I found it easier to line up the square on the grid paper to put the card togher.  You will line up the other two pieces of cardstock up against the score line in the middle.  Just slightly off the score line just a little bit.  The best way to think of it is to line up point to point.  When adding the glue, you will only add glue to the top of the folded triangle.  Just one one side.  Just a little tip make sure that you work the score lines a couple times to make them fold up easier.  
After I got the card put together I stamped one of the images from the Tags, Tags, Tags Stamp Set and colored it with my Stampin' Write Markers in Real Red, Crushed Curry, and Old Olive).  I then cut it out with the matching dies and added it to one side.  I then stamped the high heel from the Dressed to Impress stamp set and colored it with the Real Red stampin' write marker.  
I added the whisper white to the inside and one to the back so that I had room for a sentiment and room for writing a message.  
To keep the car together you can use either little magnets or velcro dots.  

Video Tutorial: 

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Sizes and Dimensions: 

  • Old Olive cardstock 4 x 4
  • Whisper White 3 3/4 x 3 3/4
  • Dressed to Impress Designer Series Paper 3 3/4 x 3 3/4
Happy Stampin' 
Rick Adkins 


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