Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Cardmaker Tutorial


Hello! Today I have a post up on the CardMaker blog which features a picture tutorial on how to create an accordion fold card.  I would love if you would go check it out :)

To save space, I did not post all the detail photos of the project on the Cardmaker blog---so I added them on here in case you wanted to see more detail.


Inside front:

Close up of  Inside front pages:


Inside back:


Close up of inside back pages:



Don't forget to check out the tutorial on the Cardmaker blog-----> HERE!
Supplies:
Cardstock-black (Gina K Designs)
Scor-Pal
Patterned paper and element stickers- Yours Truly (Echo Park Paper)
Sentiment sticker- Fancy Sticker Sentiments, Love (SRM stickers)
Baker’s twine- Pink Sorbet (The Twinery)
Ribbon- Seam Binding
Adhesive pearls and rhinestones- Recollections (Michael’s)

14 comments:

Tracey said...

This is stunning Cammie!! I love it!

Kim said...

Love this card!

Anne Temple said...

Simply gorgeous!

Starla said...

OH! This is just FABULOUS!! What a great card this would be for gift giving to grandparents

lisa808 said...

A card, an album, and a home deco in one! Beautiful paper and pictures! tfs

Donna said...

Fabulous idea! I'm headed over to check out the details. What a great gift for someone. I know just who I will make one for. Thanks for the inspiration!

Erin Smetak said...

Very pretty! I might have to make one of these for my parents and MIL!

papertrails leaver said...

I love this Cammie!

Court said...

Gorgeous!!!

Judi said...

Love it! Great job, Cammie. Thanks for sharing.

meredemaison said...

So beautiful! You truly know how to use stamps to make works of art! Thanks for sharing and inspiring!

meredemaison said...

OK, in response to my previous comment: I went to the Cardmaker blog and realized that what you did is make the stickers really sing! It's still a gift and I'm so glad you're willing to share it!!!!

Deborah Anton said...

Darling accordion! I may just have make something like that for Valentines for dh...

Vinyl Sticker Printing said...

When I first set eyes on this, my heart fluttered with excitement! Look at the sweet, sweet colours! But what I love most of all is the texture of the stickers. In very appropriate paper (matte) material to complement the sweet pastel colours.