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Jun 19, 2010

Tutorial Time with Sharon


It's time for another Pixie Cottage tutorial and this ones comes from the very talented Sharon of Cards N Greetings

Exploding Insert Card Tutorial.By Sharon Traynor.


Materials:
A 6 inch (or 15 cm) Square Card Blank.
Double Sided paper measuring 11 ½ inches square (or 29 cm x 29cm).
Bone paper folder.
Items to decorate with.


Step 1. Fold opposite corners together, open the paper and fold the other opposite corners together.


The result looks like this.


Step 2. Turn the paper over and then fold it in half

The result looks like this


Step 3. Make sure the right side of the paper is facing upwards (the side you want to show when you open the card). Take one corner and hold it on the middle crease but do not crease anything

Fold the top part back on itself (the crease was already made in step 1)


Next, bring the bottom corner up as shown by the arrow in the picture below


Crease the small vertical part. (Top Right in the picture)


Step 4. Repeat the whole of step 3 on all the other corners and your paper ends up looking like this when opened.

Step 5. Fold the corners and the centre crease inwards


And flatten


The paper now looks like this

Step 6. Stick the inner into a card blank


Step 7. Now you can decorate the front and inside. And here is the finished card:




18 comments:

Jeanet said...

This is beautiful!

coldwaters2 said...

Brilliant tutorial I will be trying this out for sure thank you so much Sharon. Hugs
Lorraine x

Riet said...

What a beautiful card Katie,i love your image and your papers.

Hugs Riet.xx

A Cards Delight said...

Love the tutorial and the card is absolutely stunning!

Davi said...

Sharon, Ive never seen a card like this before. Fabulous tutorial~~ I will have to try this!

Tanya Rudd said...

Amazing tutorial Sharon!
Hugs
Tanya

Mina said...

fantastically clear and easy to follow tutorial Sharon...I must have a try at this
Mina xxx

cgl1539 said...

I love it!! I am never seen anything like it, its so unusual. I cannot wait to give it a go. Way to go on the tutorial also, very easy to follow along.

artish said...

wow! gorgeous and fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!
thank you for sharing the how to sharon!

ribenaruby said...

Precise clear tutorial, thanks so much for sharing, will credit your blog when I use it!

Dora said...

Wow this is amazing. Thank you for the tutorial.. I'll definitely be trying it out xx

Sandra said...

Your card looks fabulous! I may have to give this a try!

maïté said...

Fantastique!!!!!!

C'est une carte merveilleuse
Je vais essayer d'en faire une

Maïté

Kathy Salazar said...

LOve this! Thank you so much for sharing it- Can't wait to use it-not the practice one I just made tho; :)

Janet McCormick said...

Thanks for sharing this beautiful card and awesome technique! Had a bit of a problem with the folds until I looked closely at the pics, but then it came together nicely! Now I have tried it with scrap paper, I will do it with my good paper!

Rogéria said...



I really loved this project. I'll do it as soon as I can, thank you very much for sharing this tutorial, I really enjoyed it. Different. . .




Rogéria said...



I really loved this project. I'll do it as soon as I can, thank you very much for sharing this tutorial, I really enjoyed it. Different. . .




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