The wonderful Dawn from Dawn’s Inspirations is back and this time she is showing us how to make the pretty Pop Out Card in a Box using Sara’s ‘Vintage Tea Party’ range. Keep reading to see how to make this 3-dimensional card for a loved one!
Sit back and enjoy this video, in which Dawn talks you through the steps!
What you need
Score Double Sided A4 on the long side at 2” & 5 ½” burnish the score lines butt the side up on your scoreboard and score again at 2” & 5 ½”.
Now score the short side at 2” and cut this strip off. Mark ½” on each side of the 3 ½” panels and cut to create the 2 inserts for your box card.
Continue to score the short side of your main card. Make a mark at 5” on the first part of the card then a mark at 3” on your first score line. Then score the next panel at this 3” mark to the next score line and finally make a mark at 5” in the 3rd score line. Then taking a ruler score the diagonal lines between your 2 marks (follow the video)
Next cut the lines on your card- score the diagonal lines and burnish all your score lines.
Cut your Pink pattern papers to 2 @ 3 ¼ “x 6”, 2 @ 1 ¾” x 6 and 1@ 3 ¼” x 3
Cut your Green pattern papers to 2 @ 3“x 6”, 2 @ 1 ½” x 6 and 1@ 3” x 3
(The length of these will be trimmed to fit)
Follow the video to see how to cut the angles of the sides of your box card to give it the look of a table cloth.
Ink the edges of your green paper and stick your patterned papers to your project. Now stick your 2 inserts to the inside of your project and join the main box tab to create your box card. (Follow the video to see a quick way to do this)
Using your pastels Centura pearl die cut lots of the elements from the collection. These can then be backed in the patterned papers if required.
These are now ready to be stuck to your card along with any twine or lace from the collection you may wish to add.
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