Registered: August 1, 2006 Location: St. Clair Shores, Michigan Posts: 8814
Thu, Oct 19, 2006 @ 2:10 AM
Thank you, Krystal!
There is a web site (www.irisfolding.circleofcrafters.com) that has a ton of patterns and instructions. Basically, you cut small pieces of paper, fold them in half and then follow the pattern in a specific order. The back of the card looks really, really messy but when you turn it over, it looks cool.
This was actually my first Iris Folded card and I'm getting such a great reaction from my family and friends that I know I have to do more. I think I just need to find some thinner papers because it was really bulky by the time I was finished.
You can PM me if you want if you have any other questions.
Registered: January 24, 2005 Location: I'm in SS Land Posts: 698
Sun, Jan 21, 2007 @ 10:07 AM
How precious! I have to make a baby shower card and this is perfect--I might have to CASE, lol! And that's where I get my iris folding patterns from too, lol! I never "saw" this when I looked at that pattern, but it's perfect for baby. TFS!