I am very happy for card makers to use my designs and Tutorials for there own personal use, I give permission to other teachers who have attended my classes to use my Tutorials. but would appreciate a credit to the design and instructions.

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Many thanks

Happy Crafting Yvonne xx

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

A5 Step Card with Tractor

Farm A5 Step Card with Tractor

1. Score an A4 sheet of card in half
2. Score the 2nd  A4 sheet on the lid side of the crafters companion box maker side, on the 2rd line, 4th line, 7th line, and 10th line.  fold card on the last score line, and place score line against the butt bar, and score again on the 3rd line and the 6th line, this will give you a mounting fold, valley fold, mountain fold, valley fold, mountain fold and a valley fold, (See picture 2) with a 6cm panel at the end,  stick the 6cm panel to the inside of the A5 card, to the back wall.
3. Stick your insert to the inside of the C5 card, and add some extra double sided tape to the ends and sides of the insert to stop it moving.
4. Cut and Stick a green 14cm by 21 cm panel to the front of the A5 card, and cut out the main background 13cm by 20cm, and stick to the green. You will have a little gap at the bottom.
5. Cut out the Wall 21cm long, and trim around the stones, stick this to the piece of white card with glue, and allow it to dry, and re-cut the image, to strengthen.
And stick to the Second step.
6. Cut out the first image of the tractor from your sheet, and stick it to the piece of white card with glue, and allow it to dry, and re-cut the image, to strengthen.
7. Cut out the remaining layers as instructed on sheet and build up your decoupage layers with foam pads.
8. Stick the strip of green card 3cm by 21cm to the front step, and stick the assembled decoupage tractor to the right of the front step.
9. Mat and layer the happy birthday greeting, to green and pale green card, allowing a ½ cm boarder each time.
The main card sits between the 2nd and 3rd step.

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