Hi everyone :-)
Here is a video tutorial on how to make this cards with the gorgeous An Eerie Tale collection from Graphic 45 and Theatre shadow box die from Xcut Do Crafts.
The cards is accordion folded to create the 3D effect and I also show how you can use 3D foam if you want to make it fast. This cards can also be used as photo frames with 3D effect.
This is a Halloween series but can be used all the year :-)
Made this Theatre shadow box cards for scrapbookengros here in Norway and it is a Norwegian version but I will write all the measurements on the screen so hope you can follow along :-)
Pleas watch the whole video before you start for some adjustments.
This is the card I show how to make in the video
And inside . Will also show how to use the Nellie Snellen embossing punches.
Will show how you can make this card with 3D foam.
Great for mother day or as a birthday card :-)
Flower on the card made of the flower cut outs that coordinate with the papers.
Will show a bit in the video how to form them.
Also great to use this cards for children as the papers have so many fairytale images :-)
Inside the card.
For mother and child :-)
Xcut Shaddow box Theatre and grass die, 8 x 8 and 6 x 6 An Eerie Tale paper pads and cardstock cut outs from Graphic 45, Nellie Snellen butterfly punches, Black Zig pen. Claudine Hellmuth Multi matte,Glue and score tool. A good cup of coffee also help to have a great time creating :-)
Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,
For other questions they will be answered here on my blog where I will post new questions that has not been answered before.
Here is the link,
Hope this tutorial was helpful and have fun creating :-)
I adore your videos and thank you so much for them! I only wish this one was in English too.ReplyDelete
Beautiful work. Love your styl.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing Anneke.
LOVE IT!! we have some XCUT dies for sale on our HSN.com but sadly not this beautiful one :( ... love the video even though it's not in english, but I can still follow along :DReplyDelete
Love the cards! Thanks for sharing how to do it.ReplyDelete
Thank you, fabulous tutorial!!!!ReplyDelete