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Monday, February 20, 2012

Cascading Card Tutorial

15 comments:

  1. Thank you so much the videos this is so helpful one more thing what is the size of the oval for the face and the circles for the headlights thank you Wild Woman Hugs

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    1. Hi Debbie-
      I used both the smallest of Spellbinder's oval and circle dies! But you may be able to substitute if you have some small punches! Good luck!
      Chris

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  2. Hello!

    This is so wonderful! Thank you so much for the great tutorial! Wishing you a happy day!

    Hugs,

    Barbara Diane

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  3. Hello again,

    I just wanted to let you know that it took me 4 trys to see clearly the word verification so that my comment above could go through. Please consider turning this off - you can still do this manually. For people like me who have poor eyesight it is impossible to read.

    Hugs,

    Barbara Diane

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  4. What a wonderful card, thanks for the instructions.

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  5. You make it look so simple. THANK YOU! Your decorations have been just outstanding and I've really enjoyed seeing all the different cards you've made.

    Denise

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  6. Awesome video. You make it look so easy. Thank you! I never would have tried one of those cards but now that I've watched your video, I think I will try one!

    Thanks so much!

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  7. Wow - finally I will try to make one of these. I had not like any of the ones I had seen previously but now am very inspired to make some. Thank you for a great tutorial!!! hugs, P

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  8. Thank you so much for this tutorial. I would love to see more detailed ones for specific cards. I am just getting started in card making and would love to do the princess card for my granddaughter but it looks so intimidating! About edge punches...i purchased a couple of EK Success edge punches but ended up taking them back because i could not remove the paper after punching. The intricate cuts got caught in the punch and there was no way to remove the paper without tearing the designs. Is there a trick to this? Anyway, loved the tutorial. Your cards are beautiful.
    Tina

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    1. put a layer of wax paper over your card stock next to the punch. this should help remove the paper after you punch it out. If you use a die cut machine such as the big shot or cuddle bug, this works with the framelets that are intricate cuts.
      hope this helps.

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  9. Chris this is wonderful ... love the shower card you made its precious. Thx for sharing the tutorial I have to try this. Think i found you by following a pinterst trail "nice to meet ya" ! Elaine

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  10. I love this card. I am going to make it for my best friend's birthday card as we travel a lot for scrapbook stores and conventions. We also yard sale and I may make a yard sale birthday card at some point. Thanks so much for the great tutorial. You make it easy to reproduce.

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  11. Chris this is wonderful ... love the shower card you made its precious. Thx for sharing the tutorial I have to try this.

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  12. I am just wondering about envelopes for these cards. Do you have to make your own in special sizes?

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  13. Thanks a LOT for your tutorial,got this from
    'A star for chiemi dog card !!'

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