Good evening, I have made this lovely tri-fold card and have only just managed to write up my blog for it. I hope you enjoy watching the tutorial, it is 37 minutes long as I literally just made the card off the cuff – so if you have a spare half hour, grab a cuppa and enjoy the video 🙂 (probably tomorrow now before you see this :))
Now this project I made using the Spring/Summer 2019 Catalogue Needle and Nook DSP, Blackberry Bliss Cardstock and Co-ordinating ink and incorporated use of my stitched labels framelit dies! Oh oh and some velum.
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Instructions (Card Front):
- Cut Blackberry Bliss Carstock down to 11.5″ x 4.1 ” to make card base
- Score at 5 3/4″
- Score one half down to 2 7/8″ or fold in half – burnish well
- Cut a further piece of Blackberry bliss to 4.1″ x 5 3/4″ to make the front panel of your card and apply to your card base (see tutorial or image above)
- Cut your Petal Pink Card Stock to to 4 ” x 5 5/8″ and adhere to card front panel
- Cut your DSP to 3 7/8″ ” x 5 4/8″ and adhere to petal pink layer
- Using your Banner Punch punch a piece of Blackberry bliss that measures 2″ x 3 3/4″ and adhere to card vertically
- Using the largest Framelit Die, die cut your velum and stamp sentiment directly onto it using the blackberry bliss ink pad
- Adhere carefully to banner panel
- Add organdy ribbon tied into a cute bow to finish off the front
Instructions (Inner Panel):
- Cut Petal Pink Carstock down to 2 1/2″ x 4″ and adhere to inside of card at bottom
- Cut your DSP down to 2 3/8″ x 3 7/8″ and adhere to petal pink section
- Using the relevant Framelit die, die cut your velum
- Choose greeting and stamp onto velum using blackberry blish ink pad
- Adhere to DSP centrally and add embellishments of choice – I used the gingham gala adhesive backed sequins 🙂 Very pretty!
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