Since my partner is in Ohio I decided to do a card with a Southwest flavor. I found a desert sunset picture and printed it out four times. Each of the pictures has to be cut once, each at a natural division.
I used the template pattern provided on the Chia site but I made some adjustments to it. I wanted it to have one more fold on each side and I changed some measurements to fit a 12 inch paper. For my template click here!
Above you can see the template after being folded and the window being cut out. Use a bone folder to make each fold crisp.
I started on the left side with the largest (whole) picture and attached it inside the last fold with double sided tape.
I added the second piece to the next fold.
And the third...
And last but not least the fourth!
Repeat this procedure on the other side. I added a piece of matching lavender cardstock to the back (cut to the size of the finished card). This is a top view of the folds and photos.
This view shows the "step" effect.
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