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Friday, 20 February 2015

Vintage Screen card 'Pink flowers' Free Tutorial


Vintage Screen card 'Pink flowers'

Free Tutorial










Skill level : Easy
Time: allow 2 hours.

Supplies:

  • Cutting/score tool
  • Scissors
  • Ruler (I use a metal one)
  • Double sided tape
  • Liquid glue (I used zig)
  • Base card stock
  • Matting paper
  • Decorative paper
  • Ready made flowers (or you can make your own if you have the tools)
  • Bling Dots
  • Punch - Stampin up' Decorative label
  • Punch - Martha Stewart edging punch. (I used Flower bed deep punch)
  • Punch- rounded corner
  • Stamp sentiment. (I used Stampin' up Sassy Salutations)
  • Ink. I use Memento Tuxedo black
Tip:
Gather all your supplies before you begin.



Instructions:


  • Cut base cards stock 28cm x 16cm


  • Score at 7cm, 14cm and 21cm (ie 7cm increments
                                    

 Fold using Valley and mountain technique (i.e. back and forward)


Base card is now complete.

Matting:

  • Cut 4 mats 6.5cm x 15.5cm in plain colour that compliments the base card stock


  • Apply double sided Tape as shown


  • Adhere to folded panels of card stock ensuring that a gap is left at the folds.


Now to Make the stand
  • Measure and mark the centre of each panel at the base. 3.5cm
  • Using the Decorative labels punch, punch half way into the punch aligning the centre of the punch to the centre mark.
  • Repeat on the bases of all 4 panels



Top decorative border:

  • Measure the centres of each panel and dot at 3.5cm
  • Insert each panel into the punch centring the punch
TIP: 
Mark the centre of the punch on the front base and align up the dots and slide in.

  • Punch all 4 of the top panels in this way.




Matting 2

  • Cut 2 patterned papers 6cm x 10cm.
  • I have selected 2 panels to mat.

  • Round the edges of the mats. This gives a neater finish.

  • Adhere mats to the 2 alternating panels.

TIP:
Make sure your patterns on the papers follow the same direction

Sentiment:

  • Using your chosen sentiment stamp onto plain co-ordinating paper.
  • If you have experience with embossing this is a nice effect.
  • Cut to size and then mat onto same colour card stock as base card.
  • Cut to size.


  • Adhere to front panel


  • Using the ready made flowers and some bling dots, embellish the front of the card.
  • Add a flower to the top of the patterned panels


I have left 1 panel plain. This is for writing your personal message. I will be adding a number on this panel with my message.




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