Tuesday, February 14, 2012

MY FIRST TUTORIAL

Hi again!!!  I'm very excited because this is my first tutorial.  I will show how to make a candy bar card, to put a name to it.  I had to prepare this tutorial for SCRAPBOOKING GALICIA, where I'm the Guest Designer for St. Valentine's Day.  Yeyyyy!!!


Here is what you need to do:

You will need a piece of cardstock of 8" by 11".  On the 8" side score at:

3½", 3-3/4", 4", 7½" and 7-3/4".


On the 11" side, please score at:

7" and 7¼" 


Cut the below rectangle that measures 3½" x 4" and cut the above rectangle that measures ½" x 7", and do a little cut where there are the other two scores.  I know it sounds complicated but it isn't.  See the photos below for a better reference.

 


Closer look:


 Make all the folds, except the one shown on the photo (the one that it is on 3-3/4"):
 

Closer look:

Glue as show with a strong adhesive.








To make the flower you will need:

Tissue Tape (I used one from Tim Holtz)
10" of ribbon (it has to be a little bit wider than the tissue tape)
Needle and thread

Glue the tissue tape to the ribbon.

Make a simple thread through all the ribbon's length.

Pull the thread and roll the ribbon.


Tie the two ends of thread to close the flower.  Embellish as you like (I put a flower button on the center).

Here is my finished project:


Inside:





For instructions in Spanish go HERE.

The image is a LOV stamp coloured with Distress Ink and the ticket sentiments are from Paper Cupcakes.



18 comments:

  1. Wiiiipitiiii! primis que botada, LOL! hermoso proyecto, detalles y el stamp esta super cute. Buen trabajo en coloreo con DI, superrrrrrrrr. Un abrazo, TFS Zulma

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  2. Wepaaaaaaaa Wilma! Felicidades por tu 1er tutorial, se que vendran otros.
    Super bella creación.
    -Sony

    **Feliz Dia del Amor y la Amistad, gracias por ser mi amiga.**

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  3. Muy buen tutorial ! Muchas gracias por compartirlo.
    Abrazos, Myrna

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  4. Me encanto el tutorial!! Te quedo hermoso!!
    Saludos!! Gracias por compartir!!
    Jennie @ http://earthyscrap.blogspot.com/

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  5. gracias por ser la invitada de febrero en Scrapbooking galicia

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  6. Wilma,
    Gracias por compartir el tutorial, que espero sea el primero de muchos! :)
    Lo guardé para intentarlo con mi hija pronto.
    Kait
    http://simply-kait.blogspot.com/

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  7. Gracias por el tuto... buen trabajo y bien explicado....

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  8. Te quedó espectacular, el tutorial y el trabajo...hermoso!!

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  9. Wilma todo está espectacular y tu trabajo, como siempre Bello!! Continúa con lo que haces!!

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  10. WILMA, PRIMERO QUE NADA FELIZ DIA DELA AMISTAD. TE DIRE QUE ESE TUTORIAL DE QUEDO DE SHOW, FELICIDADESSSSSSSSSS, LO VOY AGUARDAR PARA PRACTICARLO. TU SIEMPRE HAS TRABAJADO BELLOOOOOOO, CARINOS LUCY

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  11. ya puedes pasar por mi blog y por el galicia para ver mi interpretacion del tutorial gracias

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  12. Super bello!! Te quedó chulisimo y el tutorial bien explicado.

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  13. That's lovely !! Will have to try it out some day :)).

    Hugs Monique

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  14. Wao, felicidades! Fabuloso proyecto y muy buena explicación.

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  15. Oh wow, this is absolutely stunning. Thanks for such a lovely tutorial. hugs from South Africa, Sharon x

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  16. Amazing... Great tutorial... Keep up the good work. :)

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  17. Fabulous cards I just can't pick a favourite. Love your tutorial as well great idea thank you xxxx

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