This very easy to follow Diamond Top Card Tutorial will add even more even skills to your cardmaking repertoire, and it will have your recipients wondering how you did it.
But don't be put off by thinking it is intricate because it's not, it is a lot easier than it looks and makes for a different look to "Wow" the people you give your cards to.
This short and easy to follow video tutorial will show you how to create yet another fantastic card.
And I may be biased but I think it is a lovely card to give to someone you love... but it can be adapted for any occasion you wish.
It is also suitable for your male cards too ... just leave off the flowers.
These flowers are made following the video for Paper Roses and the result can be as special or as simple as you want.
If your preferred method of learning is by reading then this is where you will find Written Instructions.
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The added panels on this card have been given a lovely textured surface, to add more interest, by running the card through an Embossing folder
The butterfly on this card is from Marianne Creatables has been die cut several times and layered up then sparkled up with a little glue and some Glamour Dust.
The ribbon is seam binding and you can colour it match your scheme by using this technique.
And as predictable as I am ... I like to finish with some self adhesive pearls and these are from The Hobby House.
Adding Gemstones is easy and as these are not self adhesive I have used a Bazzill basics template... but I can't remember where I got it from ... it's my age !!
The little sentiment is from Lili of the Valley
I really hope this will be one of the cards that you will try for yourself, and you will find lots of instructions, both in video format and written, for many different styles of card, and the many different ways that people like to learn..
Never be afraid to be adventurous and all these Tutorials will guide you gently through the steps to get perfect results for your self every time, and help you to build your confidence, bit by bit if you are new cardmaking
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