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Old 07-02-2019, 07:50 AM   #1
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Default Tape for hinging cards?

I am not sure if this should be here or over in the tool board. I was thinking about making an extended hinged card with at least 5 panels. I have not even designed it in my head yet b/c if I cant work out the base there is no point.

I am thinking about how I am going to attach them. If I do the regular glue/layer panels, it would be very thick.

So I am thinking about using tape for my hinges. Of course there is always clear scotch tape but I was hoping for a white....micropore is not strong enough and I suspect will get shabby looking after being handled.

Maybe a book binding tape? I would have it on the back so it would have to bend back on itself on at least one fold line. There is white electrical tape....

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When I did a search I didn't see anything but I did come across this lovely thread by Sabrina (Cook22) three years ago.

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White duck tape?
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I was thinking about that....It is cool it comes in colors now.
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Do you think contact paper would work? Rolls are easily found at dollar stores and white should be available. This gives many options regarding size.

You could get somewhat limited size options from sheets of duck tape (vs.rolls.)

I wonder if waterproof bandage tape is strong enough.

Do You have a picture of what you want to do? It sounds fun!
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If you butt the edges together and have tape only on one side, the very middle of the tape will be exposed when the panels are folded back on themselves. There would need to be tape on both the front and back of the panels.
Washi tape could be very pretty holding the panels together, but probably too weak an adhesive for the purpose. Duct tape is definitely sticky enough, but might look and be too heavy/strong for card stock. Duct tape might be more appropriate with something like poster board.
There are small rolls of tape about 1.5” wide that come in many colors, but I don’t know the name of it. Maybe it’s electrical tape, but I’m older than most of you, ������ and I think of electrical tape as black tape, sticky on both sides, about 1/2” wide.
Hope I haven’t confused the issue! Good luck finding something that will work for you,,
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Here’s some options. Old fashioned brown paper painters tape, some hardware stores still carry it. Masking tape, saw some colored online. The standard beige would be nice and might take ink. Check the dollar store “hardware” section for duct tape. They had some pretty patterned tape labeled duct tape. It’s lighter than the standard duct tape but heavier than washi tape. Too bad we don’t live nearby, I have all of them and would gladly share
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Duck brand duct tape would also add a substantial amount of thickness.


Have you considered using just a folded tab (maybe 1/4 inch wide) to connect your different layers of whatever? If they were offset from each other there would not be the bulk.

Do you have an idea as to what you'd like to achieve? That would help to define options for building it. I don't really know what a hinge card is. The only thing I could find was a "hinged card" and it definitely didn't have anything that would need to be taped or otherwise joined.
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Well, I found this video...is this what you're talking about?
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If you butt the edges together and have tape only on one side, the very middle of the tape will be exposed when the panels are folded back on themselves. There would need to be tape on both the front and back of the panels.
You can always use baby powder, cornstarch, etc. (think heat embossing powder tool) on the exposed adhesive between the panels. It deactivates the stickiness without interfering with the rest of the tape holding the panels together.
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I'm wondering if there is a different name for what you want to do. Can you post a photo? My tired brain needs more help LOL
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Ok I got it...it is called an accordion card. (I can hear you all going "ooooohhh" from here sorry junior senior moment)

Every HT I see says glue panels overlapping to get mountains and valleys, but that feels really bulky if you stretch out to 5 or more panels. So I was hoping I could "hinge it" with something instead.

The reason I want so many panels is I am thinking about a card for the Exodus of the Jews in the desert and want to play on the 40 years of wandering with an extra long card.

I was thinking about cutting very fine sand paper with hill dies to make the desert since gluing sand did not work out well. That will add bulk as is.

That is as far as I got with the design before I stopped stuck on the hinge question.

I did think about CS this morning, which is what the lady did in your vid Fionna although she only did one on the top. Then if it does "peek out" like Carolyn said, it would be matching paper? I could use a lighter weight like 65 or 80 lb matching color right?

Does that sound like a plan? Then I dont have to try to cut down tape which to know me is to know you will find me in a tangled ball at the end of the day on the floor and I will have shorter hair by the time you cut me free.

Gee I have not tried to color masking tape in many decades. That is interesting for a few things...
Oh wow on the brown painters tape. We use that in the shipping dept right? The one we used to run over a wet sponge (though they seem to have no water versions now)? Or is it the the one they bind backing of paintings with?
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I think the options are only in lighter weights but perhaps this will save time and frustration:

Marco's Paper - Search Results for "Accordion"

BTW, Marco's Paper is great! I have no hesitation ordering from them and hubby gets a very long wish list every year.

If you want to do it yourself, this might be helpful:

How to: make a concertina booklet - Flow Magazine

I vaguely remember a tiny booklet where the papers were folded a particular way and interlocked (+ glued) to make the length desired. I post this in hopes someone else can figure it out and share on this thread. I think the video had a Valentine theme.
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I think the options are only in lighter weights but perhaps this will save time and frustration:

Marco's Paper - Search Results for "Accordion"

BTW, Marco's Paper is great! I have no hesitation ordering from them and hubby gets a very long wish list every year.

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How to: make a concertina booklet - Flow Magazine

I vaguely remember a tiny booklet where the papers were folded a particular way and interlocked (+ glued) to make the length desired. I post this in hopes someone else can figure it out and share on this thread. I think the video had a Valentine theme.
I used to make books like these when I first started scrapbooking! I don't think I still have the instructions, but I'll look. I still have some of those books, so I could conceivably figure them out. Those were so much fun, and I remember teaching a class on them at a scrapbook store
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Oh...now that could be a great idea TG! Pre-cuts. Hmmmm.....by the time I layer them it wont matter they are lightweight maybe...

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You're welcome WJ.

If possible, order 1 or 2 extra pre-cuts so you can experiment.

Please share the finished project, and any tips you learned when making it.
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Also, I wanted to say that only the last panel of one section and the first panel of the next panel would need to be adhered.

I didn't look at the sizes available at Marco's but if you can design the project so each long piece of cardstock is scored to need 5 panels, you would need fewer pieces than if it was into 4 panels.
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If you size your sections so that when you score your folds you have a 1/4 inch tab that can be glued behind the previous section, that would cut the bulk.

Since you are also going to be adding layers to the different sections, I would consider a double fold (two scores 1/8 inch apart at each fold) to allow for thickness of your added layers.

And have you considered using a chipboard cover front and back with the long accordion in between? Thickness is not such a huge issue for that. Here's the SCS tutorial:

Plus, you might be able to get by with a slightly lighter card stock for the bases of your pages, especially if you intend to fully decorate them.

I could go on and on with ideas for such a card now that I can picture the Exodus wanderings as the theme! Great idea!
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You could even go to an art store (or HL or M's) and get a 22x28 sheet of Canson Mi-Tientes paper that is not terribly expensive and have a ready-to-work-with piece 28 inches long. Or get a super-light posterboard sheet from Walmart for 50 cents. They are really light and would work well and be really sturdy. You could build your scenes on either one. Although a light-blue Mi-Tientes would give you a ready-made sky.
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I know I've seen a card with maybe 80 candles on it, I'll see if I can find it in the gallery and if the construction is explained.
I've done accordion cards with tags, backing each tag with another one and using organza ribbon for my hinge: .12 Days of Christmas Tag Book Open by Cook22 - at Splitcoaststampers
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Here's the candle card I was thinking of, and she gives great details on the construction. There's a second photo of it.
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The link in her upload is broken but here's the post it refers to, and it's really only the first diagram that's relevant as she says she no longer uses the ribbon.
http://www.mixed-up.com/candles
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I dont want to do the chipboard covers because I would probably be doing like 40 of these for family. (wont happen this year either bc I would have to start now and I cant) but I am a person who truly thinks about card ideas sometimes for up to a couple years.

Sabrina....O M G on that tag project. That isnt a card-that is a project and something I would keep FOREVER. That would be a present in itself. Did you make more than one?? Anyway-the tag idea is so perfect for that theme too.

I just did some hinging on 5 1/2 inch square cards (top score of 1/2 inch for my DS).
That could be an idea too if I could arrange it so the hinges are always on the backside...

And I like that tip about allowing for extra space for the stuff I put on. Again..I am looking not to have bulk as I have to post it to so many people...but it is a great tip for future ideas and I am going to write it in my word doc of tips.

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I used that 12 days of Christmas set to make several special cards (and, wouldn't you know, the only PB photopolymer set that I have ever had trouble with it fusing to the carrier sheet . I can't remember for sure because I made them over a few years, but I think I did two of those tag books, two star books and one Jacob's Ladder. Mind you, I thought I had six likely recipients so now I've just confused myself.

I think the hinging could work well without adding too much bulk. On the candle card, it looks as if she added a back layer, which also covered up all the stray folded ends of washi.
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You can use Kraft-Tex paper fabric. Here is a link: I warn you - you may start a bunch of new projects when you see this!
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I know I'm late to the party here, but I made a three panel card, panels 8 1/2 X 5 1/2 inch.


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Yes, mine has overlapped panels in the center. If you wanted to reduce the bulk, you could always use a lighter weight cardstock, like 65#, perhaps?

I found for the card to fold correctly, I had to shave a teensy fraction on both panels, so it would fit smoothly when folded.

Hope this helps! I was VERY pleased with the results when I made it!
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I have seen fabric used as a hinge in several applications. You can make it as thick or thin as you want. You can glue it and/or sew it. Some fabrics you could use depending on your style : cotton, muslin, burlap, ribbon, lace, and sari silk. You can rip it or cut it neatly, you can incorporate it into your design, or hide the joins behind a layer of paper/cardstock. I hope I have helped you out here. I will find a video link for a lady that uses these methods in her junk journals. She leaves hers exposed and part of the designs.
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She had many similar videos, but I have a feeling this one is perfect for you.
Apparently I can't post links, but she has a ton of videos, many if them appropriate for your needs. Her channel is 'Wendy's Journal Adventure'. The video I think will help you, amongst others, 'Quick and easy envelope pocket flips'. Good luck!
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Thanks guys!

Wow on that aviator card! That is truly something very very special! WOW!
Ribbon has crossed my mind.
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Since this is still in the thinking stage, how about ribbon for your "hinges" instead of paper or tape. It would be thin, bendable and pretty!
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Great idea Jeanne!
I found some binding tape-I will let you know what my experiments with these different choices yield! I already did a top fold paper hinge and learned from that-to have the overlap on the outside please. oy
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