Saturday, January 19, 2013

Tutorial - how to make a cool card



Here's a quick tutorial on how to make this cool card.  The tutorial is by one of Stampin' Up!s concept artists, Christina N.  You can find this card in the Spring Catalogue.


MAKE A

WISH CARD TUTORIAL - by Christina N.


This card is on Page 26 of the Spring Mini Catalogue 2013


I made this card for the 2013 spring catalog. And, since we’ve had questions on how to make it, I’ve made a tutorial.     To get you started, here are some of the things you will need.
1. Take the largest Labels Collection Framelits Die and place it at the bottom of your card front. Using a sticky note to keep it in place, run it only partially through your Big Shot, then roll it back out.


2. Using the Simply Scored Borders Scoring Plate, score along the bottom edge of your card front.
 



3. With a pencil, trace “Wish” (using letters you have cut with the Big Shot and the Typeset Alphabet Bigz Die) on your card front. Cut out the word using your craft knife. Carefully erase the leftover pencil lines


4. Using an Aqua Painter, splatter the Champagne Mist Shimmer Paint and rubbing alcohol mixture on the card front.
 

 
5. Add ticket, “Make a” banner, and the Hung Up Cute Clips arrow to the card.
 

6. Using Stampin’ Dimensionals, add a piece of First Edition Specialty Designer Series Paper to the back of the card front. Tie the dyed Baker’s Twine around the front of the card and finish with a bow.
 

And you’re done!
 

Christina N.
Concept Artist

9 comments:

Lynne Phelps said...

None of the photos show up, just a box with a question mark. I can see the images on your other blog posts but not this one. Sounds like a neat card!

Jessica D. Taylor, Stampin' Up! Demonstrator said...

I cannot see any photos, should I be viewing this in a certain browser?

simplyfairies said...

Dying to see your tutorial but unfortunately I can't see and pics, or workout which card in the catty you mean!!

Karen Hasheck said...

Can't see the pictures- but it sounds like a card I would love to see...can you try again?

Carol said...

Don't know if it's my computer or not, but I can't see the pics on here.

simplyfairies said...

Wow Thankyou for sharing how you made this card, it's a fabulous card and one I shall case as I have a stand at a big show in London U.K, It's always nice to see in the flesh those creations we admire in the catalogues!!

Sandra Farrell said...

I've changed up the photos so hopefully it all works now!

Sandra Farrell said...

I've changed up the photos so hopefully it all works now!

Jessica D. Taylor, Stampin' Up! Demonstrator said...

That is so awesome! Thanks for letting me know that you updated so I could return and see the images!