I'm not sure what to call this style of card. Bente called it 'brettekort' (in Norwegian) and Google translated it to 'short board', which doesn't sound like the right translation to me, do you? For want of a better name and based on my first impression that the pop-up looks like a book, let's just call this a 'Pop-Up Book Card'. (If there's already a name for this or a better suggestion, let me know.)
Anyway, here's how to make a similar card.
- one 6" x 12" cardstock for the card front (and back)
- one 5 7/8" x 12" cardstock for the card inside (will be trimmed to 5 7/8"x 11 7/8" after scoring)
- designer papers, coloured images, embellishments, etc. to decorate your card as you desired
Here are the templates and if you're good at interpreting templates, you probably won't need to read the rest of this posting. But some of you may want more step-by-step instructions.
Step 1 - Card Front and Back
Let's do the card front first as it's very straight forward and you don't really need instructions for it, do you? Take your 6" x 12" cardstock and score midway at 6". Fold along scoreline. Put aside.
Step 2 - Card Inside
Take your 5 7/8" x 12" cardstock and cut along the 1" line from the paper edge, from 2" to 10", as shown. Do the same on the other side.
Step 3 - Creating Valley-Fold Scorelines
On the 1" strips of paper (top and bottom), score at 4" and 8" from the cutlines to the outer paper edges. On the middle strip of paper, score between the two cutlines at 2", 6" and 10".
Step 4 - Creating Mountain-Fold Scorelines
Turn the paper upside down.
On the 1" strips of paper (top and bottom), score at 6" from the cutlines to the outer paper edges. On the middle strip of paper, score between the two cutlines at 2 3/4" and 9 1/4".
Step 5 - Creating a Thin Border
Cut off a 1/16" strip of paper from each left and right side of your card.
Valley-fold and mountain-fold along scorelines
Spread open your folded card and apply glue to the underside of your card as shown below.
Adhere the card inside to the card front (and back) by positioning it to create an even thin border on all sides.
And there you go!
Now you can decorate the card in any way you desired. Have fun with this!