Sunday, July 1, 2012

Tri shutter card video tutorial



Hello everyone. Here is the tri shutter card tutorial for the little darlings project.
I used both the 8x8 and 12x12 paper pads from Graphic 45.

This card is so fun to make and here i show how to make it.





Mere are the measurements for the card base

Cut line is 1 3/4 from each long sides to the first score lines

And here are the measurements for the decorating papers


Wish you all a wonderful day :-)

14 comments:

  1. Absolutely stunning theyu are beautiful papers.
    Chris x

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  2. this card is very inspiring. i love G45 and have enough scraps from my ABC primer pad to make this. A great way to make a card and use up my scraps. Thanks for the inspiration. Cheers FiLoMa

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    1. Thank you so much for your sweet comment FiloMa. I am glad it inspire you to use up your scraps:-) Hugs, Anne

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  3. Hi Anne, thanks for this card, I love it. You inspired me to make one, a girly girl pink one, for a baby shower coming up. If you want to check it out, you can view it at this post:

    http://filoma.blogspot.com.au/2012/07/baby-shower-leonie.html

    TFS, I really appreciate it. Cheers FiLoMa

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    1. I am glad it was inspiring and i love how you created your card :-)

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  4. Very nice! Just bought this paper pack, to do my daughters baby album.

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  5. Anne your work is just beautiful, i love the little Darlings and the Lady Diary paper and i have been a cardmaker since 1996 and this is a beautiful card and the purse is beautiful im going to give it a shot on the card and the purse.looking forward to more of your ideas. have a sunshine day

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  6. Hi, love your card - I am making one today for a wedding shower - any suggestions for envelopes?

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    1. Hi. I am glad you like the card and are making one. May be you can use the same paper as in your card to create an envelope. Then you also get the right size. Have fun creating :-)
      Hugs, Anne

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  7. Hi You are so creative and I can not pick a favorite. They all are so amazing and I don't know which one to do first. Truly beautiful.
    Carla

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  8. Gorgeous card, thanks for the tutorial!

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  9. Hello, my name is Silvia and I'm from Spain. Sorry but don't write english very well.
    First my compliments for this wonderful work. Although the post is from 2012 I just discovered. I'd love to, if possible, to know the step by step tutorial. Thanks

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  10. Hello Silvia,
    Thank you so much for your sweet comment :-) If you look under the first picture there is a video where I show how to make the card.
    Have fun creating :-)

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