Teabag folding

by Eva
(Laholm Sweden)

For a long time I did not know what teabag folding was and how to make the "stars".

In Card-Making-Magic, I learned how to do it and I was so proud and pleased with my self.
I made lot of teabag foldings in different sizes and colours, and of course showed my work to everyone.
One day I went to Craftsuprint's site to look for some paper, and, the first page I saw contained, yes, teabag folding instructions.
BUT, not only the one I had learnt, there was about 25 different foldings!!!
Guess who´s pride got a turn then?



Christina says...

I am so glad I could help and there are lots of different folds to do. They can produce some amazing effects as toppers for your cards.

In the Digital Downloads page on the website you will find a link to CraftsUprint, and they have some really good stuff to buy and download.

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Teabag folds
by: Anonymous

Having attempted some T-bag folds, and failing dismally, I resigned myself to never using that technique.
Then, Christina opened her website, and presto, the best video ever came from herself and her husband (he did the camera work). Because I had contacted her, telling her exactly which 'folds' I could not understand on her web tutorial, she made the large-folds, step by step. This is such a great educational video, I had no problem learning this technique.

'Cepta

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