80s Style Autograph Card Design

Need a DIY card design from a group? I’ve got the solution! An 80s Style Foldout Autograph Card

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An 80s Style Foldout Autograph Card is a perfect way to accommodate a lot of signatures from friends, family and well-wishers. This book design is easy and fun to decorate in any style. The eighties style of shapes and grids in bright colors is Memphis Style.

Shop For The Supplies For The 80s Style Foldout Autograph Card

I made a shopping list with all the products I used to make this An 80s Style Foldout Autograph Card.

1. Dies:

  • Beautiful Shapes
  • Tags

2. Cardstock

  • Winter White
  • Night of Navy (Neutral Collection)
  • Mango Madness (Brights Collection)
  • Black

3. DSP:

  • Abstract Beauty – Mini Catalog Winter 2022
  • Daffodil Days – Sale-a-Bration Winter 2022
  • Simply Marbleous – Sale A-Bration Winter 2022
  • Sunshine & Raibows – Sale-A-Bration Winter 2022
  • Peaceful Prints – Retired Sale-A-Bration Fall 2021 (this paper was marketed as a Christmas Selection but I have found a lot of alternative uses for it. Never get fooled into thinking holiday selections can’t be repurposed because THEY CAN!)

4. Stampin’ Inks:

  • Real Red or Cherry Cobbler
  • Misty Moonlight or Night of Navy
  • Bumblebee or Daffodil
  • Smoky Slate

5. Stamps:

  • Driving By (Sale A Bration Winter 2021)
  • Textures & Frames (Sale-A-Bration 2021- retired)
  • Wildcats (Annual Catalog – retired),
  • Let’s Celebrate Together (Demonstrator Supply)
  • Paper Pumpkin Acrylic Blocks (Demonstrator Supply)

6. Paper Trimmer/Scorer

7. Adhesives: Glue Dots

8. Optional embellishments: Elastic cord, Wax Seal

Assembly Video

Follow my process in my Youtube video of how to assemble this card.

Color Wheels

Choosing a palette for An 80s Style Foldout Autograph Card is easy to do. Simply look at a color wheel for complimentary colors. Those are colors that are in groups of three on the color wheel. Start by looking at Red, Blue and Yellow on a color wheel to see where they’re located. By mixing these three basic colors all the rest of the colors in the spectrum are made. Here are a few resources for exploring complimentary palettes:

What I love about Stampin’ Up is that all of their products are coordinated to match and they give a list of their coordinating colors to help the buyer choose the best accessories, paper and inks. It can be really overwhelming.

While I‘m working on designing projects am swatching my ideas! My Swatch Look Book available for purchase now:https://www.etsy.com/shop/CraftinwithCarrieB