How To Make A Bridge Fold Card

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Hi friends and welcome back! It’s been a little bit since I’ve shared any projects here on my site. I shared several months ago that I needed a break. For more details on what’s been happening with me, please watch along with today’s video linked at the bottom. In the video I’ll also be sharing a craft project, which is a bridge fold card. I’ll share several card samples that I think you may enjoy seeing. Let’s take a look!

How To Make A Bridge Fold Card With Stampin Up Garden Meadow Bundle

Before we start to look at the cards, let’s look at the new product suite I used to make them.

Meandering Meadow Suite

The Meandering Meadow product suite is one of our new Online Exclusive products, just released a few days ago. These products are not included in our catalogs, so I like to mention this so you don’t miss them! Here you can see the Garden Meadow stamp and die bundle, the Meandering Meadow designer paper, plus coordinating embellishments and ribbon.

How To Make A Bridge Fold Card With Stampin Up Meandering Meadow

I’ve been having fun creating with these products. Here are two simple tri-fold cards I made using this suite. I absolutely love how they turned out.

How To Make A Bridge Fold Card With Stampin Up Garden Meadow Bundle

Now let’s open them up. Here’s what they look like when fully opened.

How To Make A Bridge Fold Card With Stampin Up Garden Meadow Bundle

Now let’s look at how to make the bridge fold card I shared at the top.

Bridge Fold Card

To make the card shown below, you’ll need the following:

Card base: 4 1/4″ x 7 1/4″, scored at 3/4″, 1 3/4″, 5 1/2″, and 6 1/2″

Same color cardstock: 1″ x 5 1/4″

Designer paper: 1/2″ x 4″, 3/4″ x 4″, 3 1/2″ x 4″, 3/4″ x 4″, 1/2″ x 4″ plus a strip for the bottom measuring 3/4″ tall and 5 1/4″ wide

How To Make A Bridge Fold Card With Stampin Up Garden Meadow Bundle

This card comes together so easily once you have your pieces cut. You can see exactly how to create it in the video down below. Let’s look at another example of a bridge fold card.

O Holy Night Suite

This card is actually the reason I designed a bridge fold card in the first place. I wanted a card to really highlight this amazing nativity scene from the Night Divine stamp and die bundle, which is part of the O Holy Night product suite. Isn’t it stunning?

How To Make A Bridge Fold Card With Stampin Up Night Divine Bundle

To watch along with my video where I share the bridge fold card, as well as these other card samples, take a look here.

Products Used

Use the links here to see and order the products I used!

Product List

Thanks for visiting to learn how to make a bridge fold card!

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8 Replies to “How To Make A Bridge Fold Card”

  1. Doris D.

    It is so good to see you again and hear your voice. We all have to take time to regroup now and then and I know it was hard for you to give it all up for a while. We so appreciate all you do and hope that you know we are here for you. Take time for your self but at the same time it is good you are videoing again. Love to you.

    • Winnie Hawkins

      Hello Anna,
      I am so sorry you have been going through such a rough time. Life is tough. . . But you are tougher. You seem like a strong woman and believe me you have to be to raise a blended family! But you cannot take care of everyone else if you don’t care of yourself first. I’m happy to see you back doing something you love and you are a joy to listen to. Brings a smile to my face!
      Take good care and just know how many people care about you and are out here listening.
      Hugs to you.

  2. Rita

    Hello Anna!

    Such a beautiful card ….. thank you for sharing the techniques for making it. I have had your name on a bookmark in my Bible since you posted your previous video where you shared that you were struggling and needed to step back from making videos. Each day when I open my bible to read, I see your name and I whisper a prayer for you. Jesus is your very best Friend and He is with you every moment …. He is faithful and He will continue to strengthen and guide you. I will continue to pray the Lord’s blessings on you and your family. I’m looking forward to each of your upcoming videos!

  3. Judy Harmon

    Anna, it’s so good to see you again and to watch your great creativity! Life IS hard; His Word tells us it’s going to be:
    “You WILL have trials and tribulations”.
    Perseverance is wonderful; some of us don’t make it to the marriage “finish line” ( I’ve been there 3 times.) But it takes 2 who refuse to give up on each other, and varying circumstances in every relationship. It’s okay to NOT be okay, and to KNOW we’re not okay.
    Many prayers have gone up from me in here SC, and I thank God for answering those prayers: that you would be well, or at least healing), that you would be back doing videos, and mostly taking time for Anna and what YOU need. Who takes care of the card-giver? My friend, you can’t pour from an empty cup ❤️

  4. Maureen Vickery

    So very happy you are back. You have been missed. I pray that you continue to heal.
    Virtual Hugs, Maureen

  5. Barb E

    Welcome back Anna! You have been missed. I am very happy to hear things are moving in a positive direction for you! One of my favorite quotes is “Self Care is giving the world the best of you, instead of what’s left of you.” – Katie Reed. I love your videos and find them very inspiring. Looking forward to “seeing” more of you and your beautiful creations. Thank you for ALL you do!

  6. Bette S

    So very good to see you back, Anna. I have been in your shoes once long ago and I know how difficult it is. It was only with the Lord’s help that I overcame the problem. My husband and I will celebrate 60 years of marriage this December! We are so blessed with two amazing children, 6 grandchildren, and 8 great-grandchildren. I thank the Lord daily for his guidance and blessings. Communicating is the best – whether with your husband, a friend or the Lord. Love your creations, love your videos and just love you. Stay strong.


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