Sunday, June 19

A-Frame Card

Okay, I have to admit that I feel kind of sheepish making a full tutorial about these types of cards since they are so basic to make, but hey, I'm whole heartedly committed to the cause!

1. Begin with an A4 sized piece of cardstock. Cut the cardstock in half longways so that you are left with two long strips. (I'm fairly sure that "A4" is not an internationally recognised paper size, but the measurements are approximately 21cm x 29cm or 8¼" x 11¾").

2. Now score and fold the cardstock in half so that it resembles an A-Frame or a sandwich board.

3. Decorate as desired.

Copyright Beccy Muir 2011


  1. Beautiful card of white -- and I don't remember how I found out about making a card this way -- but there are always newbies out there who need to know!!

  2. a very elegant card beccy.

    greetings karin

  3. I love this all white card. As Betty says, there are always folks who need to know and you are building up a wonderful archive that folks can come back to. I really appreciate your efforts. Thanks!

  4. Elegant and really lovely and I definitely learnt a new technique .

  5. Elegant and really lovely!
    Groetjes Baukje

  6. Beccy
    Lovely card.
    Yes, the measurements are always such a welcome bit of information. I still struggle with wondering what size a lot of the gals are using for their card. A6 or A4 doesn't make much sense to some people (me) and so the measurements in inches or centimeters is great.

  7. I just made 75 A frame cards!! Yours are lovely.

  8. Hi Beccy,
    I am happy to have very gefunen your blog.
    Very nice card and your super directory.
    Thank you so much, because as a newcomer Fält not do my normal searching so hard. :-)
    Kind regards Kerstin

  9. This is simply beautiful. I must try this.

  10. I have just been browsing your blog and I must say, I really love your style of cardmaking. I'm sure all of your tutorials are very helpful to a lot of people out there. Thanks also for the digis. They are lovely, too. BTW, A4 is a standard paper format mainly in Europe and Japan (based on ISO 216), so it's a good thing you mentioned the measurements as well.

  11. Hi Beccy, Thanks so much for the many card base you give. I come to your site many times for the different card folds. Thanks You no matter how simple it may seem new card makers will love this.

  12. Hi Beccy, Thank you for sharing your ideas. I am into different card folds now and really appreciate any help I can get.

  13. These are beautiful cards. Thank you for sharing!

  14. You told that A4 is not an internationally recognised paper size.

    Please look at for the internationally recognised paper size inclusive A4.