Twist Turn Christmas Card


My project today is a Twist Turn Christmas Card and it was my Founders Circle Swap Card.

To make this card all you need is a piece of card stock that measures 8-1/2 x 5-1/2 .... that means you get two out of one sheet of Card Stock.   On the portrait side you score it at 2-3/4 and on the landscape side at 2-3/4 and 4-1/4.  Please watch the video for assembly ... it seems a little complicated  ... but it's not once you see the steps.

I used the Merry Moments Designer Series Paper Stacks and those pieces measure 2-1/2 x 2-1/2 and 2-1/2 x 4-1/4.


I used four stamp sets and they were Lots of Joy (tree), White Christmas (greeting), Versatile Christmas (greeting on inside) and Festival of Trees (bird). 

Here's a video on how to make the Twist Turn Christmas Card ..... CLICK HERE to watch the video on my Chic n Scratch website. 

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Date: 12:01 PM | Permalink | Comments (82)


  1. Pam Schweitzer

    Super cute card! I am off to make one!

  2. debbie essay

    Great video Angie……thanks for sharing.

  3. Johnnie Sexton

    Love this card. I understand it so much better now. Thanks a bunch!!

  4. Rhonda Neith

    This is adorable!! I love your tutorials, they are so nice and easy to follow!!

  5. Angie, loved your twist and turn card,. I’m going to try this, hope I can do it. Can you tell me what is the cover on your Table? I see a lot of crafters have the Sam cover. Thanks so much for sharing… Hilda

  6. Susan from Colorado

    Another fabulous Christmas card idea from Angie! Thanks so very much – love it to pieces!

  7. Leticia Castro

    Super cute, this definitely one ofmy Christmas cards. Thank you for sharing.

  8. May

    Nice card! I love learning new techniques.

  9. Raquel

    Wow! This is a neat card—like the new technique. Hope you had fun at Founders Circle. Thanks for sharing.

  10. Melissa

    This is really cute!!

  11. carolyn4723

    Cute, cute, cute! Can’t wait to try it!

  12. terrie rodrigue

    Thanks for sharing this technique for the card….
    off to make one…thanks again Angie

  13. meghan

    Nice card! I love learning new techniques.

  14. Super fun card! This paper is really neat too. =)

  15. Armin Memisevic

    Great project! looks super cute and fun. Love that Merry moments DSP

  16. Janet

    Love seeing new card ideas

  17. Sue Speigner

    Such a great card!! I love Christmas and this is perfect!! By the way, I did not hear any sound from your painters! LOL

  18. Sandi

    Cute card. Thank you for sharing.

  19. Cecelia

    I LOVE this card. I can’t wait to try one
    You come up with the neatest cards

  20. Sarah Hoffman

    I like how the card is made with nothing special – like no dies or anything so it’s very accessable but still a unique design.

  21. Linda Morse

    Super cute. Much easier to do when you see it. Thanks for the cute ideas.

  22. Sue

    Darling card and I love that fold! Can’t wait to make this and look for more ideas for this fold!

  23. dale

    love the idea of this card and you made it so easy! mahalo for sharing!

  24. Judy

    What a clever idea! I love it! ?

  25. Janele Stratton

    Really cute card! I am going to try my hand at it tonight while I am crafting. Thank you for the tutorial!

  26. Ruth M.

    Such a great card. Love the interaction is has. TFS

  27. Jane Elliott

    Great card, thanks for the inspiration…this is definitely going to be my Christmas card but I might do a snowman instead….I have a thing for snowmen…..funny since I live in Florida!

  28. KSB

    Once again, another wonderful project…..thank you.

  29. Kathy Hopkins

    Just love the card. I’ll be sending out a few this year. Thank You

  30. Rita

    Oh my! I do love this card……………your instructions were perfect. I do not have this set, looks like something else to add to my wish list. Have a wonderful day!

  31. Cindy Walter

    love the card & the colors sure that visual will help thanks

  32. Angie,
    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your card. My stamp club will love making it too!

  33. Lisa Sylvia

    Love it Angie, I think I’ll try a Halloween one 🙂 then, maybe a Christmas one.

  34. Linda

    Such a clever design. The whole time I was watching the video, my mind was working out other occasion designs for this card using other Stampin’ Up goodies. Thanks for sharing this.

  35. Alex Hinojosa

    So cute!!

  36. Belinda P

    Love this card and I can just see you putting together 120 of these. They are so cute and lots of steps, but worth every one of them. Thanks for your inspiration.

  37. Bonnie Mustain

    Oh my, what an adorable card, so many possibilities! Thanks for sharing!

  38. Ann Woods

    Love this card. Your videos are fantastic.

  39. Buffy Bruno

    That is so cool…I have never seen that technique. I learn so much from you. What envelope would you use?

  40. Buffy Scott

    When you say you hear noises, I do not hear them. I am sure they sound much louder to you than they do us, so really, no worries. I really like this card, especially for something different and pretty simple to make. Thanks for sharing. Buffy

  41. Charlene Carlos

    Love the card. I am off to go and try to make a Halloween one. Thanks for sharing!

  42. Wanda M.

    Love unique cards. You’re really great at explaining.

  43. Allison

    This card is genius. I’ve never seen anything like it before! Thank you for sharing 🙂

  44. Barbara Davidson

    Absolutely LOVE this card. Will have to try to make one tomorrow. Tfs

  45. Mary S

    Angie, I love the twist turn card. I am always looking for new card designs. I will have to make one. By the way, I didn’t hear any noise from the painters.

  46. Susan Bajdek

    Darling card. I hope I can make one. I am not very good at folding the card stock.

  47. Paula

    Awesome idea!! Love it!

  48. Jennifer lubinsky

    I just love this card. Thanks for showing us the video. As always, you did a wonderful job.

  49. Charlyn Sales

    Aloha Angie….Totally love this card, so unique. Will be making this card. Thank you.

  50. Litzy Cora

    Loved the card. I love your techniques… Thank you for sharing..l

  51. Ellen Roy

    Looks a bit hard but once I followed along with your video it really is easy!!!
    Thanks Angie.

  52. Jan E

    Really, really cute card. I’m thinking you could replace the square piece of dsp with a photo even! Love this card Angie!

  53. stamping sue

    Angie you make this card look so easy! I’ve made a half a dozen of these cards and believe me I had a devil of a time getting them to fold properly. thank you for this video.
    stamping sue

  54. Wendy Taylor

    Super cute card!! Thanks for sharing.

  55. Sharon Labedz

    Hi Angie

    What a cute card. You make everything look so easy so I’m going to try and
    make one and hope it comes out like you did Ha! Ha!

    Enjoy your day

  56. Cynthia Tuttle

    I’ve made this card before and everyone loved it! Thanks Angie!!

  57. Sue Ostien

    Angie—Loved the Twist Turn Christmas card!~ The folds really weren’t hard to make. Love your videos, too!

  58. Wendy Carr

    I think I might do this for my Christmas cards this year!! Very cute?

  59. Tara Davis

    What an adorable card!! I love to watch your videos. You make the cutest things and I love your accent! Thanks for sharing all your creations with us.

  60. Sue D

    Love this fold and the ribbon is the perfect touch.

  61. Jackie Hartley

    CLEVER, on Landscape fold Video 2-3/4 “X 4”
    Written directions Landscape 2-3/4 X 4-1/4
    the 4-1/4 worked for me! Thanks & God Bless

  62. Jessica Davis

    Great Card! Love your videos. Perfect amount of time on them.

  63. Fay Marie Gardner

    This is a great card. Thanks for sharing!

  64. Joan Stickler

    How creative you are. Super job. Thank you.

  65. Christine Fracchia

    What a great new fold! Can’t wait to try it out! Thanks.

  66. Fwith Marlowe

    Love this layout. I am new to your youtube videos. Look forward to seeing more unique ideas. Thank you.

  67. Andy

    love it! and you do it so easy Thank you

  68. Denise Heredia

    A Super card ! Love everything about it!

  69. PAT Robertson

    This is a wonderful mass producing card. If I can get the twist and turn down; this will be my Christmas card for 2015. TY4S, you’re the best

  70. Jan Hoyt

    Wow Angie…this is a great card and definitely a step up for Founder’s Circle. Pretty sure I have done this style before but it’s been a while so having that video sure did help! Thanks for sharing the video and your great card and I think you were the only one who could hear the painters banging ladders around outside!

  71. Denise Bryant

    Love this fun card! Awesome!!!

  72. Maggie

    You always have something fresh and new for us. This is the best part of my day. Thank you!

  73. Jessica Davis


  74. Mary R

    This is such an interesting technique. Such pretty DSP. A very cute card. Good Luck on reaching your Goal (milestone).

  75. Kathleen

    What a cute Xmas card. I like the the twist and turn to it. I am going to try and make one. Wish me luck.

  76. Lynn

    I like the twist & turn. Cannot wait to try it. Thanks for another great video.

  77. Brenda S.

    This is such an interesting technique.

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