Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Shutter Opening and closing for cards

 Hello Friends 
   Are you ready for a fun opening/closure for inside of a card? I saw a card on the swap board on the cruise and I knew I had to make it. Well I only took one picture so it was a little challenge to make but I got it done. I found out the card that was on the board was made by Teri Pocock from UK. I will give you all the measurement then hop at www.frenchiestamps.com for how to assemble and make this fun card yes it is very amusing to open and close over and over.  
Body is 5-1/2 by 8-1/2 score at 2-1/8 and 6-3/8
Shutter 3-1/2 by 4 score at 1/2 
Center inside card stock 3 by 5-1/2, designer Paper 2-3/4 by 5-1/4 
Trip out side card stock 5-1/4 by 1-7/8, Designer Paper 5 by 1-5/8
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12 comments:

  1. You did it, I had seen this yesterday and thought how neat was this card and was trying to figure it out. Thanks Again Frenchie to the rescue. Love it.

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  2. You pulled off another great card idea. Thanks for making such interesting videos.

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  3. loved this video-you always make me laugh cause you show your "boo-boos" which all of us make every day. Thank you for just being human!

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  4. The card looks SO complicated, and your video makes it look so EASY! Thank you for highlighting some of the problems to watch out for. This will make a fabulous graduation card. TFS

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  5. This was a great new technique for me. Can't wait to try it. Your instructions are so easy to follow and thanks for making me laugh and feel better about all my boo-boos. We do get creative when it comes to covering up our mistakes!!!

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  6. Love, love, love this card. My hubby is a photographer and I think it would be prefect for a Father's Day card for him, Will be trying this for sure. Thanks!

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  7. Such a cute card, France! Thanks for showing us how to create it, and THANKS for leaving in the mistakes you made on the way; it teaches me what to watch out for. I just made a first card like this, I'm sure I will make more!

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  8. I watched your video and then came here to see how you fixed it. Great job. I need a thank you card so I will make this one. It's so cute.
    hugs, Debi

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  9. Kathy (cards_by_kp)May 23, 2014 at 3:11 PM

    Fabulous!!! Thanks so much for the wonderful video and all the measurements.

    I subscribe to your blog and look forward to receiving your email every day and seeing what technique you will teach me. Thank you very much for sharing your creativity!

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  10. Thanks for sharing this beautiful card. I followed your instructions and here is the link to my version of the card. http://www.letsstamptogether.com/wordpress

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  11. I love your version Frenchie! And ... As always, love your videos too xxxx

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  12. Frenchie, thank you so much for leaving this tutorial up... it was exactly what I needed......

    Cookie

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