Saturday, May 3, 2014

A Vision in White Zig Zag Card for Photo Continental

#kerriegurney 




Cut a piece of 12"x12" white cardstock to 2 x 6” x 12” White Cardstock

Cut diagonal strip starting from top left down to approx. 2”


Score at 4” & 8”


Fold the two pieces and make sure you have them looking like this when they are facing you
see the top of the folds with the higher side to the outside


On one piece cut from middle down at 2”, 6” & 10” 
and then on the other piece cut from the middle up




 '(Tip from one of the ladies in my first class ...you can fold up and make one cut instead of 3 :) )


join the two sections together



 this is what they will look like when looking down on the card


now with the card together pop it in asian wave embossing folder and run it through your machine
(for a big shot have all platform layers, 2 sheets of cardstock, then card in embossing folder and then top plate and run through machine, with top of the card going through first, it will be tight, but if it is too tight play around with your sandwich)


now to start embellishing
start off with the front
adhere two of the classical die cuts side on, then create your flower using the retro flower die cuts 2 of each size and pinch them to add dimension adhere the flower to front of card and then cut the Aurora vine in half and pop top half down behind flower. Tie a bow and place that up under the flower add some gemstones to center.


 place die cuts randomly in each section and finish off with crystal gemstones and crystal Glitzin' Glamour Glitter Glue




Products Used
CDGXCF87 Core’dinations Cardstock, Bright White
White Organza Ribbon


Also need
Double Sided Tape
Trimmer
Ruler
Pencil
Paper Piercer
Scissors




Thank you to everyone who came along to my class I really enjoyed teaching you. 
There are still some class kits available and you can purchase all the products used individually from Photo Continental
Please share with me your cards if you create anymore as I would love to see them ...just pop your blog address in the comments section so I can visit your blog.

 Happy Creating Kerrie
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