Cut your card stock to 5" x 7" and on the 5" side mark at 2.5" and draw a thin pencil line top to bottom.
Lay cardstock so that the 7" length is at the top of Scor -Pal and score at 3.5" to the pencil line only.
Turn cardstock round so that the opposite 7" length is to the top of Scor-pal. Now score at 1" and 6" but again only to the pencil line.
One last score line is needed so turn cardstock so that the 5"is to the top of Scor-pal. Now score between 1" and 6" score lines at 2.5" (on the pencil line).
You can now remove the pencil line either side on the 1" panels as these are not needed.
I have drawn a pencil line on each of the score lines to make it easier for you to see what you should now have on the cardstock.
Now either cut with scissors or a trimmer on the 1" lines and the 3.5" line.
Do not cut along the 2.5" line.
Cuts should look like below on your cardstock.
Nearly finished. On flat surface with the 1" flaps towards you fold the middle section to the top of the page and score with a bone folder.
To make next stage easier to see I have glued design paper to the section we will be twisting.
Hold top of flap with left hand and at the same time with right hand twist the design section over so that the blank side becomes visible.
Now fold the middle section down towards you.
Score fold in the gap now showing with a bone folder.
Your Impossible card is now ready to decorate as required.
As you decorate cut a thin strip of cardstock approx 1" wide and attach to front of finished card to make card more stable. You can also add your sentiment here.
Decorate as required.
Make your card base in the same way as Version I above using cardstock cut to 6" x6". Score at 3" for the middle of the card and make the tabs either side 1.5" wide. In the middle section place your die cut half an inch from the middle score line and then put through your die cutting machine placing the Top cutting plate leaving a quarter of an inch of the die clear.
On the decorated card below the butterfly has been additionally cut out using a spotty design paper and adhered to the base card with a further layer added in a contrasting spotty paper. N.B. The die cut used is in two pieces. 1 plain outline and the second die shape has a design cut into the wings.