Enchanted Mum Double Diamond Fold

Enchanted Mum Double Diamond Fold

Hi everyone!  Thanks so much for popping by today.  I am super excited today as this card is also being featured as the tutorial of the week on SplitcoastStampers.com!  How great is that!  There has been a lot of wonderful feedback on this fancy fold card so I hope you like it and will give it a try yourself.


Products Used:

HCPC-3656 – Delightful Daisies Cling Stamp Set
HCPC-3691 – Enchanted Mum Cling Stamp Set
HCPC-3693 – Enchanted Dragonflies Cling Stamp Set
HCD1-747 – Arianna Lace Die
HCD1-760 – Delightful Daisy Die
HCD1-768 – Enchanted Mum Die
HCD1-770 – Enchanted Dragonflies Die
HCDP1-258 – Enchanted Mum Paper Collection
Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit
Art Institute Glue – Dries Clear Glue
Spellbinders Tool N’ One
Scor-Pal Measuring & Scoring Board

Project Instructions:

Other products:  White Card Stock, Distressed Inks Worn Lipstick and Peeled Paint, bling from my stash and die cutting machine.

Watch this video: https://youtu.be/jJBwQyyza6g to learn how to shape the Enchanted Mums.


Start by creating the base out of card stock using this template as your guide.  Make sure you use your bone folder to get nice sharp folds!  Following the same template, create another layer out of your favorite designer paper.  I prefer to use a sheet with a nice pattern but you could always create pieces out of different patterned papers.  Once you have all of the scor lines marked, cut all the panels apart and also trim off 1/8″ on all sides so that the panels will fit onto the card base.  Glue the panels onto your card base.  Using the Arianna Lace Die, add a few die cuts to inside back panel.   Finally die cut some of those lovely Enchanted Mum flowers and distress with Worn Lipstick before layering with leaves from the Delightful Daisy collection distressed with Peeled Paint and the vine from the Enchanted Dragonflies Cling Stamp Set also distressed Peeled Paint.

For those of you who like a step by step version here are a few pics to help you out.

Step 1

Start by creating the base out of card stock using this template as your guide.  The card stock is 12″ x 7″.


Step 2

Place your card stock in your scoring tool and score at the 3″, 4 1/2″, 7 1/2″ and 9″ marks.


Step 3

Flip your cardstock over and make small pencil marks on the top and bottom at the 1 1/2″ and 10 1/2″ marks.


Step 4

On the Left and Right edges of the card make a small pencil mark at the 3 1/2″ mark.


Step 5

Draw a line to join the pencil marks.  The area marked with the X’s will be cutoff.


Step 6

Remove the panels marked with the X’s.


Step 7

Your finished card stock base will look like this.


Step 8

Place your cardstock back into your scoring tool aligned on the Right side, your card will be in an angle as pictured.  Scor down the 9 1/4″ mark and then rotate your card stock up to align the other Right hand side to the side of your scoring tool and scor again at the 9 1/4″ mark.


Step 9

Repeat the above step for the Left side but this time scor on the 2 3/4″ mark.


Step 10

Since the scor lines do not show up well in the pictures, this is what your finished card will look like after your scoring.  The Black lines will be for the Valley folds and the Red lines will be for the Mountain folds.


Step 11

Starting with your horizontal lines, fold each line using your bone folder to ensure a nice sharp line .


Step 12

Starting from the Left side of your card, fold the first angled scored line in the opposite direction of the horizontal fold.


Step 13

Repeat with the other angled scor line.


Step 14

Repeat for the Right side and when you are done your card should look like this.


Step 15

Fold your card closed and once again use your bone folder to get that nice sharp line.

Tip: At this point I normally place this folded card under a nice heavy book so the card will hold it’s shape easier.


Step 16

Repeat the above steps with designer paper to cover your card.  Once you scor your lines, cut the pieces slightly smaller to give you the layered effect.  Once you have all your pieces cut I like to arrange them on my card to ensure that I have the pieces in the proper locations.


Step 17

Attach the decorative panels in the correct location and decorate your card as desired and then try to give it away!  If you are like me I have a problem letting go of my completed cards.  lol 🙂

Note: the finished size of the card folded, is 7″ Tall x 6″ Wide so it is a little larger then the typical 5″ x 7″ card.


I hope you have a lot of fun creating this!  I would love to see your completed projects, don’t forget to upload it to the Splitcoaststampers gallery so we can admire your work.   Thanks so much for visiting.  Have a wonderful day!

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About Castlepark Designs

My name is Joann and I live in Halifax, Nova Scotia with my husband Miles. We have one son who is in the Royal Canadian Navy. I have worked full time in the Finance and Insurance industry for the past 29 years. I absolutely adore all things paper & glue and have been involved with crafting in some way for most of my life. I have a great admiration for creating projects from paper that may not necessarily be made from paper. When not in my craft room, I enjoy spending time at our cottage enjoying all that nature and suburban life has to offer.

22 responses »

  1. Gorgeous, you make the most gorgeous creations!!!!


  2. WOW, WOW, WOW!!! This is absolutely gorgeous! Thank you for the tutorial!!!!!


  3. Beautiful simply beautiful. Your tutorial was wonderful and easy to follow, thank you.


  4. AWESOME !!! Love it !! hugs xx


  5. Congratulations Joann on the tutorial at Splitcoast Stampers! This card is stunning and your tutorial is so easy to follow! Your mums are perfect and so very realistic! Beautiful!


  6. First I opened this email and then Splitcoast Stampers. This is a gorgeous card Joann. The flowers look as if they had just been garden-cut. Thank you


  7. Oh, I would love to try this fold. Thanks for the tutorial. I love the card and pinned it. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/415386765609931712/


  8. Could you please email me the SVG file for the pretty paper cuts?? Your card is beautiful!


  9. This is stunning


  10. Stunning work and creation! Thank you for taking us step by step through it. What a difference. Not so intimidating.


  11. Thank you for the tutorial. I watched the video at Splitcoast Stampers and came over for the template. Thank you for that as well. Now I’m going to read more of your posts.


  12. I absolutely love this card. This shape can be used in so many different ways. Thank you Joann for sharing your design with us.


  13. gorgeous card and great directions–I am just having one problem–do you have little “ears” at the top and bottom of the big front diamonds? I’m thinking maybe you just don’t fold the card flat and then those little flaps don’t show? Thanks very much.


  14. This is mesmerizing! The colors, the designs…all truly amazing! You have the prettiest mums in the flower garden this week, my friend!


  15. This is the bomb! You did a superb job with the tutorial on SCS! I’m so proud to be on the same team with you! Such an amazing creation – I love this fancy fold!!


  16. Gorgeous!


  17. Took a class with Joanne at The Stamping Room in Medford NS and we did this card using a Christmas theme and it was beautiful. thanks for sharing.


  18. Loretta phillips

    Joann thank you for your time love this card may i please have the pretty cut templet also Again thank you Loretta


  19. Trina St Michael

    A beautiful card. Thanks for taking the time to create a tutorial.


  20. I love it. I loved the single one. Thank you for sharing this fold. You are a very talented person.



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