Hi everyone.....Today is Technique & Tutorial Day here at
Sassy Raggedy here with you to show you my version of a
Before I start with the tutorial let me tell what image I am
from Eureka Stamps
As you can now see, this is a different version of a tent card. I have a very crafty friend, Kim, who is constantly finding different cards and we try to change them up a little. Not a lot - just enough to give them our touch! This is one of those cards.... So, let's get started...
First, how about a quick photo of part of the supplies! Now, overlook my prescription bottle in
the picture - those are nerve pills!!!
I wanted you to be able to see the blank white card base in the shape of the tent card. My image
is already colored and cut with a Spellbinders mat as is the sentiment.
Tent Card Tutorial
Step 1: Start with a card base of 6" x 12". Score in the middle using your Scor-Pal at the 6 inch mark. Then score at the 1 1/2" mark from each end. Using your bone folder tool fold and press your folds. Set your white card base aside.
Step 2: With your 2nd color of either designer paper or card stock (red in my case) you want to cut 4 pieces measuring 4 1/4 " x 5 3/4" each and set aside. Now cut 4 pieces measuring 1 1/4" x 5 3/4" each and set those aside.
Step 3: I used 3 layers on my card, however, if you only want to use 2 layers then you are ready to go on to Step 4. For the 3rd layer - cut 4 pieces measuring 4" x 5 1/2" each. Then cut 4 pieces measuring 1" x 5 1/2" each. Set all of these aside.
Now you are ready to assemble your card. This is mainly up to you - but I am going to give you
instructions as to how I did mine....
Step 4: Using whatever adhesive you normally would use go ahead and adhere your layers to your card base. TIP: You will notice that after you adhere your layers to your card base the card will then meet in the middle on it's own.
Step 5: You should have your image colored and cut by this time. I used a Spellbinders Die, Label Seventeen to mat and cut my image. I also colored it using Copics.
Step 6: Adhere ribbon or another embellishment to the edge of your card. You can use anything you would like. Next, I tie my bows and tied the sentiment to the bows using red and white bakers twine. Then, adhere your image and mat to the card along with any final embellishments.
And there you have it - easy peasy.......
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Sassy Raggedy aka Joann