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Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Pop-Out Oval Aperture card

Pop – Out Oval Aperture  Card Tutorial
Instructions by Yvonne Tune Card Art Kilcoole
1.    Score an A4 sheet of card on the A4 Half Fold,
2.    Score the Second sheet of A4 card on the A4 Half Fold, and on the A4 Concertina fold, turn card and score again on the A4 Concertina fold, this will give you 4 equal panels,
3.    Give some detail to the outside edges of the pop-out, with a deep edge punch.
4.    And cut an oval aperture from the centre of the pop-out with a X Cut oval template. And stick a Strip of Hi Tac tape to the outside edges, near the punched boarder.
5.    Stick the 21cm by 5cm gold panels to the outside edges of the inside of the main card,
6.    Stick a Folded A5 sheet of pretty paper to the inside of your card like an insert.
7.    Stick the Pop-out panel to your card, Starting with the right hand side. (about 4cm in from the edge,) Close the pop out, and remove the backing from the tape, hold the pop-out flat, and close the card shut, your pop-out should be perfectly lined up.
8.    Stick the 2 4cm by 21cm Paper strips either side of the aperture panel, and add a peel-off border to the strip of paper, and to the Gold Strip.

To decorate the front of your card
9.    Stick the 19cm by 13cm paper to the 20cm by 14cm gold panel and stick centrally to the front of your card,
10.Wrap the cream ribbon across the die-cut punched panel, and secure at the back, overlay the gold ribbon and secure at the back, stick this panel raised on foam tape to the card front, towards the top of the card.
11.Decorate with the roses, leaves and pearl sprays. And stick just above the ribbon band, with hot glue. And stick the organza bow underneath the flowers,

12. Add a peel-off corner to each corner.

1 comment:

  1. I just learned of your blog and love these brilliant tutorials! Very clear and detailed. Thank you for hard work in putting these together and sharing. I look forward to trying and will come back to learn more techniques too. Very much appreciated.


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