Easiest Waterfall Card Tutorial Ever!! Stamp Around UK Video Hop
This month's theme is anything but flowers! The Party Puffin set has been collecting dust so I thought it's time to get it out. The three little puffins are perfect for a triple waterfall card..
I spotted this tutorial for a Flip Flap card from Beth's Paper Cuts on Pinterest and wondered if it could be adapted to make a waterfall card, well it can!! It's so much easier than the methods I have used before and the only tools you need are a trimmer, scorer and hole punch.
Thick Basic White card base 13.5cm by 27cm scored from the longside at 13.5cm
Real Red, with your card in landscape on your trimmer cut three strips, one at 12.5cm, then 9cm then 5cm
From the large piece of Real Red cut a 12.5cm square and the 8cm
The middle piece cut a 9cm square and a 7cm square
The remaining strip is for the mechanism, score from the long side at 6cm, 7cm and 8cm.
I hope this inspires you to make some waterfall cards xx
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Basic Craft Kit, Just Add Stamps, Ink and Paper
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