Friday, 7 December 2012

Magic Shutter Card Tutorial

At long last I have managed to complete the Magic Shutter Card Tutorial as promised,  I am sorry this post so late went shopping first thing this morning and got stuck in Canterbury there was an accident on one of the approach roads to the city and the whole area became gridlocked. This style of card was designed by a very clever friend Pam Leng, she designed it for an A4 gate fold and I have adapted it for a square card,  Right lets get started on this tutorial. 

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You will need:

White Card

Red Card

12 x 12 inch Backing Paper

Sentiment Stamp,

Circular Sentiment Stamp

Crystal Wreath Penny Black Stamp

Wow Gold Embossing Powder

Red Self Adhesive Rhinestones

Embellishments of our choice)

Spellbinders Scalloped Circle Die

Glue

Extra Strong Double Sided Tape

Scoring Board

Sissors/Craft Knife

Rule

Cuttlebug/Grand Calibur

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White Card cut and scored as follow:

1 x 30cm x 15cm scored at 7.1/2cm each end (as picture above),

1 x 23cm x 10cm scored at 1.1/2cm each end (as above)

1 x  10cm x 15cm

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Red Card cut to:

4 pieces 6.1/2cm x 14.1/2cm

1 x 9.1/2cm x 14.1/2cm

1x 14.1/2cm square

1 x 19.1/2” x 9cm

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Backing Paper cut to:

4 x 6cm x 14cm

1 x 9cm x 14cm

1x 14cm square

1x 19cm x 9cm

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Mat up your backing paper onto red card as shown and adhere to inside and outside of largest piece of White card

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Cut a Spellbinder Scalloped Circle from the middle of the 9.1/2cm x 14.1/2” matted card, I run mine through the Cuttle Bug and it cut through all 3 layers perfectly.  Attach a strip of extra strong double sided tape to the top and bottom of the card on the wrong side as shown above.

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Remove the backing from the tape at the top of the die cut piece and attach to the top of the inside centre square Do Not remove the red tape from the DST on the bottom of the card we will do that later.

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Centre the sentiment under the scalloped circle and stick down,  do not stick down bottom of flap yet!!!!!

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Mat up the 20cm  x 9.1/2 cm strip (leaving the 1.1/2cm ends clear)

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Cut strip in half (as above).  Mark 2” down from Top and 2” in from Edge as sown and draw a line from each corner to meet at the 2” centre,  use this piece as a template for the other piece

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Cut out both triangles as above.

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Line up the strip so the middle of the triangle is in the middle of the scalloped circle , Adhere one side of the strip to one of the side panels of the card, as above, making sure you bring it out onto the side panel a short distance from the fold (if you adhere it on the fold line it will interfere with the mechanism and will not open properly).

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Line up the remaining strip and following the above instructions adhere to the opposite  side panel.

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Lift up the flap and arrange the two panels as above, over lapping at the front at the top and at the back at the bottom, study the picture to see what I mean (this step is important as it is the whole basis of the Shutter Mechanism).  Now you can tape down the flap to the bottom of the card.

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This is how your card should now look.

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I have used Crystal Wreath Penny Black Stamp embossed with Gold Wow Embossing Powder and added Red and Crystal Rhinestones and a few White Pearls on the front of the card.

Well I hope I have explained this simply if you have any queries just get in touch with me, I would love to see any Magic Shutter Cards you make using this tutorial.

Hugs

Jacs xxx

14 comments:

Squirrel x said...

Only one word - WOW! Hugs Sxx

Riet said...

What a wonderful card.

Hugs Riet.xx

Christina C. said...

Spectacular creation, Jacqui! Need to be retired to try this one....thank you so much for the detailed tutorial. I will most definitely save it for future reference!

Sandra H said...

Wow Jacqui, Fabulous tutorial and your card is amazing x

Sue - bearhouse said...

WOW!!!! Thank you so much for a FABULOUS tutorial. I will definitely be giving this a go, I think to try out new card designs.
I hope you have a good weekend
Hugs Sue

MagsB said...

Simply brilliant! A superb card and what clear instructions, too! Thank you!

love Mags B x

dutchess said...

that is just so clever.....going to give it a try....makes a stunning card....it's going to be cold and wet here tomorrow so a crafting day....weeee love it hope you have a good weekend hugs to you and mum xxxxxxx

June said...

Thank you so much Jacqui, you make it look so easy. I will give this a go and see what I come up with, it certainly won't be as good as yours but learning all the time. Love your blog, can't get enough of it. June xxx

Hellen said...

Thanks Jacqui - can't wait to have a go!x

Nannieflash said...

Fabulous tutorial Jacqui and a stunning card. hugs Shirleyxx

Whisper said...

Stunning card and thank you so much for the tutorial, Luv Sam x

Dona said...

This is so cute. Love it. Thanks. PS. I love your blog.

Ab Fab Designs said...

wow wow wow
xxx hugs xxx

ellyscard creatief said...

What a great tutorial and beautiful creation,I need to make this.
Thanks Gr Elly

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