Wednesday, June 04, 2014


More A2 Cut Out Cards!

I am back today sharing more A2 Cut Out Cards.  
If you missed yesterday's, be sure to scroll down to the next post!






Here's the tutorial:
1.  Cut out all your pieces.  Bend the leaf pieces up from the mat as shown.
2.  Curl your flower petals with a skewer/pencil then layer the two flower pieces together staggering the petals and adhere the center to the flower, pulling the points up as shown.  
3.  Adhere the flowers to the mat with foam adhesive and tie a ribbon to embellish.
4.  Adhere the mat to the card base using foam adhesive, centering.

Here's the tutorial:
1.  Cut out all your pieces.  Bend the petal pieces up from the mat as shown.
2.  Curl your flower petals with a skewer/pencil. Really squish in the smallest flower form, this will be the center. 
3.  Adhere the center to the next sized flower as shown.
4-7.  Fold up the petals toward the center and adhere that in the next sized flower.  Continue this step until all flower pieces are in place.
8.  Adhere the flower to the mat, staggering the petals and tie a ribbon to embellish.
4.  Adhere the mat to the card base using foam adhesive, centering.


Here's the tutorial:
1.  Cut out all your pieces.  Bend the leaf pieces up from the mat as shown.
2.  Beginning with the scallop strips (flower center), apply adhesive to the bottom of the first strip and curl around a skewer/pencil and roll tightly.  Apply adhesive to the second and wrap around the first.
3.  Your center should look like this now.
4.  Curl your flower petals with a skewer/pencil then layer the flower pieces together staggering the petals.  
5.  Adhere the flowers to the mat and tie a ribbon to embellish.   Adhere the mat to the card base using foam adhesive, centering.



3 comments:

Peggy T. said...

Jamie, you have got to stop creating such gorgeous cards. I'm going to be out of money in my subscription.LOL I love all these A2 cards you have created & have bought most of them.

Peggy T. said...

Jamie, I hope it's okay but I featured you and your beautiful cards in my blog post today. You can see it here
http://dailygracecreations.blogspot.com/2014/06/silhouette-card-file-jamie-cripps.html

Polly said...

Preciosos trabajos, me encanta la t├ęcnica luce espectaculares las flores y mariposas.

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