Are you looking for different styles/types of folded cards? If so, have you Googled fun fold cards or fancy fold cards?...you'll find a great selections of tutorials/videos. Or are you looking for something unique/different? Have you tried Iris folding? It is a fun technique...a little time-consuming but fun. Pinhole Embroidery is another technique that is fun too. Quilling is another one I like also. Anyway, hope this helps.:)
I just love doing slider cards, they may also be called penny cards...just check that ou and let me know what yo think. Once I figure out how to use this blog...first timer here...I will upload some pics of mine...
If you haven't tried paper piecing, you really should. It gives a whole new dimension to cards and scrapbooks. You basically take a whole image and then cut pieces of the image out of different papers and layer them. Here's an example: Stubba Luvin' By Melissa Birlem
Both of the bears are paper pieced. The heads, bodies, arms, legs, and ear centers are all separate pieces layered back together.
Although I'm still to the cardmaking arena, I found out a rather interesting new technique which I am yet to try out. It's called Iris folding and it can be used to make greeting cards, on scrapbook pages, or designs can be framed and hung on a wall. Its a bit complex though, so you might want to watch a video to make it clearer! Marks and spencers cards
Here is a great old technique of origami. I wanted to show you how I used the origami shirt fold on this Veteran's Day card. The paper is brayered and stamped. I'm going to show how to make it when I post on my blog tomorrow. It is easy and so much fun to make! What do you think?