My August Technique class was "Fancy Folds". This was the Sidestep card we made. LOTS of cutting out on this one, but apart from that it's an easy card to put together. There are probably visual instructions somewhere, but here's a quick description of the measurements I used for mine:
1. Put an A5 piece of cardstock portrait orientation in a trimmer. Cut a slit 5cm in, from 2.5 to 16cm
2. Turn to landscape orientation and score at 5cm, 10cm, 13cm, 16cm and 18.5cm, stopping each time at the cut slit.
3. Fold along score lines accordion style, starting and finishing with a mountain fold.
We also made a Tri-Shutter card, which I'll show you tomorrow!
Materials (all Stampin' Up!)
stamps: Petal Pizzaz, Echoes of Kindness, Fresh Cuts
ink: Kiwi Kiss, Riding Hood Red, Tangerine Tango
card: So Saffron, Whisper White
other: Word Window, Riding Hood Red Taffeta Ribbon, Bone Folder, 1/2" Circle Punch, Scallop Circle Punch, dimensionals
This is LUV-ER-LY. I'll bet your girls loved it :) I will definately be trying one that may just end up looking an awful lot like yours! By the way, Andrea Buckland has a tutorial on her site for a card like this.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing :)
Gorjus! So bright and summery, just perfect for the lovely sunshine we're having!ReplyDelete
WOW, This looks amazing.ReplyDelete
Great colours, this is an in-colour combo that works well!ReplyDelete
Just beautiful. Much better in real life.ReplyDelete
just gorgeous - yes spring is comingReplyDelete
Oh wow, absolutely amazing! Lovely colour combo.ReplyDelete
Congrats on making this weeks IPicks!
Marelle!! This card is fabulous. LOVE the idea that Spring is here - my favourite time of year. Congratulations on making this weeks ipicks - you sreally deserve this.ReplyDelete
Have a fabulous week
WOW. So great.ReplyDelete
Wow! This is amazing, Marelle! Beautiful flowers and beautiful colors! Anyone would love to receive this! Congrats on being chosen as one of Nancy Riley's iPicks this week! She made a great choice!ReplyDelete
Hi Marelle - this is gorgeous! Can't wait to try one myself.ReplyDelete
Ohmigoodness what a gorgeous card! I'm almost speechless! TFSReplyDelete
Helen -- Firenze Cards
this card is lovely! i found it via an inklings cyber crop because you had the easiest instructions on how to make one! thank you very much-my baby brain appreciates it! clareReplyDelete