Apr 9, 2017

Need a Card for a Ceremony?

Hello Dies R Us Friends !
Maryvonne with you today for my first post at Dies R Us Inspiration Blog !
I'm so happy to share new adventures of scrap with you and this fabulous Design Team !

Spring is here, and with him soon Family Ceremonies will fill  our agendas.

As for my first post I realized a few elegant, fast cards to celebrate as it should your scheduled Ceremonies, with a small tuto in Photos.

Here are my cards:





The Rose and White card  is my favorite:
The tutorial below will show you how to make it.
You can play with colors according to your inspiration,
and your needs (in Brown and beige, it must be also very chic!)










I also wanted to test blue turquoise and white:









My third card ,black and white , is simpler. It could be suitable for a birthday card.
I advise you to use a two-sided printed paper to achieve:






I used these dies to make these three cards,
 Tutti Designs Dies -Triple Flower Edge  being the "centerpiece" of the design of each of my cards.



Memory Box  ( Pixie Flower )
Spellbinders  ( " With Love " )


Here are the instructions in image
 to make beautiful cards with Lace Openings.


                                                         2 cuts 10,50 * 5.25 - fold to 3.5 inches


                                                                  Paste the two central parts



You need 5 color cutouts




You need  2 white cutouts



                         Stick two cuts of color cardstock on the front of your card openings



Cut out the white cardstock with scissors
around your Lace Openings .




Glue two cuts of color inside the 2 openings.
Be careful to match the jagged coasts




Paste a white cut inside your card , on the right, ensuring that this first white cut is not visible when you close the right pane. Then position your last cutting of color inside, on the left, leaving a space for positioning a central decoration.




Make a vertical color band  (1 * 5.25) to paste on the white vertical stripe to the left . Paste on top about 1 inch of width your last White cut, which thus remains partly free , and always ensuring a perfect symmetry with the left on your card opening pane when this one is closed!



                           Voilà! There is more than to decorate following your inspiration!


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6 comments:

  1. Fabulous post on how to create a card like yours! Great job and beautiful inspiring cards.

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  2. Woww!! These are truly stunning Maryvonne! What beautiful colors and layers.

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  3. Wow that is gorgeous, such great fussy cutting and design, great tutorial!
    Just a heads up, your pinterest link leads to the entire blog not to your actual post, before saving to pinterest just make sure you have clicked on your post first then save it to pinterest

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  4. Wow, I love these cards! That TD die cut is amazing! It looks so versatile.

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  5. Maryvonne, these cards are fantastic! lovely, lovely, lovely cards!

    Alicia

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  6. That's a lot of die cutting but so worth it in the end. Such a pretty bunch of cards. I have to try this.

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