Friday, May 25, 2018

Pinspired!

My inspiration this month is beautiful Pop-Up Book Card created by very talented Ruza Rebel on Ruza's Craft Corner. This is her card:
Original tutorial you can find at Splitcoaststampers. I adjusted measurements to go along with my metric Scor-Board.

This is how my finished card looks like:
1. Take A4 plain cardstock and cut to 14,5x29cm. Score midway at 14,5cm and fold along the score line. Set cardstock aside.

2. Take 30x30cm patterned cardstock and cut 14x28cm strip, measure down 2cm from the top 28cm edge of the paper and cut from 4cm to 24cm. Do the same at the bottom of the paper.

3.Place patterned cardstock on the scoreboard. On the top and bottom 2cm strips, score at 9cm and 19cm. On the middle section, score at 4cm, 14cm and 24cm. These are for valley folds.
4. Turn the patterned cardstock upside-down on the scoreboard. On the top and bottom 2cm strips, score at 14cm. On the middle section, score at 5cm and 23cm. These are for mountain folds.
Here comes the pattern:
5. Valley-fold and mountain-fold along score lines as shown.
6. Adhere your Scor-Tape as shown on the picture below and
8. Adhere patterned cardstock to plain cardstock

9. Embelish as desired

Products I've used: Scoring board - Scor-Pal
Adhesive - Scor-Tape
Cardstock - canson white
Patterned cardstock - Lemoncraft Forget me not
Handmade foamiran flowers

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