a Waterfall card is fun and easy once is understood how to cut all the pieces
and how to put them together. I made a video tutorial to show you how to
make the card in the picture below but I have to say that I struggled with the
explanation in English 🙁 so sorry about that as it took a while to find my way to explain the
process with 345 words I know in English and still wasn’t enough. However, I
really hope the video gives you an idea about how to create your own waterfall
cards in any size and perhaps mini album/cards?
I say minialbum cards as waterfall cards gives you the opportunity to add long messages or a secuence of sentiments and images that complements each other to build a story, so that waterfall cards could be great for perzonalised projects, to add pictures and messages on each pannel and create a wonderful project life mini album.
|I used blender pens and Stampin Up inks to add colour to the images. click to watch video -colouring technique with blender pens and ink pads.
|I used ” In This Together” Stamp set from stampin up for the main images.
Card pieces and measuraments
|Pieces for the pannels in the waterfall.
|Pieces for the base of the card
|central piece -base for the card mechanism.
|The thickness of the outer frame of the mechanism in this specific card design is a bit thin ( about 0.75cm -1/4″), please remember that this is a reference only and you can create your waterfall cards in any size once you understand the logic of the mechanism and how you need to trim your pieces,. This is a good start 🙂 Try it and let me know if you still have problems.
Watch video tutorial waterfall card
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