Stampin’ Up Butterfly Gala Origami Window Frame Card Video Tutorial


January 9, 2018

Time for another Watch It Wednesday Video!
I used a fantastic new stamp set called Life is Grand found in the Occasions Catalog.
I just love how that little butterfly sits on the wish:)

1/17/19 I found who inspired me!!!! It was Brenda Keenan! Thanks so much, Brenda:)))

I went to town figuring it out so I could put a butterfly in the middle square opening. Then, I did not know what it was called so I asked on a demonstrator site, I was flooded with answers, links to Pinterest pages, and video tutorials!!!

 I guess it’s been around FOREVER!!!I I was opened up to a new technique to peruse on Pinterest along with some very simple, no measuring folding tutorials. I kind of felt a little dumb after I asked- hahaha – but now I am enlightened.  I combined a few name suggestions and called it an Origami Window Frame Fun Fold. I made my video before I even asked my fellow demos for the name, and since I tweaked it for the size, I think it was worth it:)

That gorgeous butterfly in the middle is punched out with the Butterfly Duet punch from the Butterfly Gala Bundle.
It is punched out the ABSOLUTELY STUNNING Botanical Butterfly Designer Series Paper- a Sale-a-Bration gift with purchase!!!! Click below to see all the offerings!

Check out this Stampin’ Up Home Office Video that features ALL the products I used on my Card and how you can get Sale-a Bration gifts!

Thanks for buzzing by, friends…

Whisper White Card Base: 4-1/4″ x 11″ scored at 5-1/2″ on 11″ side
Lemon Lime Twist Panel: 4″ x 5-1/4″, 2″ square for inside frame
Gingham Gala DSP: 4″ x 4″
Basic Black Border: 3″ square, 2″ square for inside frame

Product List




1-3/4″ Circle Scallop Punch


  1. No dimensions listed at end of your blog but I think I got them all from watching your video. Great “spring” card!

  2. Found your card on Pinterest and the video on our blog. I just got through making one in the same colors and another one in the “peachy” color. I love the card and the video was done extremely well…….easy to follow.

  3. I just came across this adorable card on Pinterest. Great tutorial, you take the time to explain and easy to follow. I love it, made 3 of them as birthday cards. Cheers!

  4. I love this card, it is so easy and a great w a y to use up excess cardstock.
    And can be used for so many occasions
    Thank you

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