Tuesday, 15 October 2013

Shaped Card Tutorial

Hi all , I'm bringing you a tutorial today on how to create a shaped card, shaped cards are great to use as they give another dimension to your cards.

I am going to show you how to make this card.





So firstly I printed, coloured and die cut my image to the size I wanted. I used the image Hoppy Frog on Lilly Pad .






Then I took an A4 sheet of coloured card , I left the width of the card the same and cut the height of it down to 15cm.





Next I scored a line at 7 1/2 cm and 15cm.





I then folded the card in half, and then folded the front in half again.





 I then took a circle die and drew round half of it to create a semi circle. And then cut round it with a knife.






 This then creates this shape of card .






I then decorated it with my image and some die cut flowers.


Hope you enjoyed my tutorial and hopefully it will help you create your own shaped cards.

For any other images, pop to the Stamping Dragon Designs Shop .

Fran xx




14 comments:

Sarah Cope said...

Great card...think I need to try this :) x

Tina said...

gorgeous card Fran,love Hoppy ! thanks for the tut xxxx

Dragons Lair Designs said...

thats brill fran thanks for sharing i must try this :D

Gwyneth said...

Great card. It's interesting to see how crafters create different shaped cards.

Kay said...

Excellent Fran. I love the image :-)

Linda Simpson said...

Fabulous Tutorial and love the cute image.

Hugs
Linda xxx

Jacqui Robinson said...

Lovely card i'm stopping by from Stamping Dragon blog hop

Marleen Gallagher said...

Fab card and fab tit Hun. Thank you do much xxx

Kate M said...

Great card and super tutorial - thanks for sharing!
xx

Mandy Ashley said...

Fab card & tutorial :)

Debbie Fisher said...

Fab card Fran thanks for the TUT xxx

Debbie Fisher said...

Fab card Fran thanks for the TUT xxx

jane stillman said...

This is brilliant, just love the shape and the image x

Suzy Cole said...

Brilliant. I am gonna have a go xx

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