Sunday, December 1, 2013

Tri-Shutter Winter Scene for Craft A Scene Challenge

This month at Craft a Scene we are making winter scenes with the option of making a Tri-Shutter card.  I thought you might appreciate a little bit of a tutorial to help transform your scene into a great looking tri-shutter card.

Start with a 5 1/2 by 12 inch piece of cardstock.  Score at 2, 4, 8, and 10 inches.


The tricky part is  cutting between the 2" and 10" score lines, 1 1/2 inches from the edge on both sides.  If you need help with this there is a great tutorial at Split Coast Stampers.


Next, take your piece of cardstock for the scene.  I used plain 120 lb stock because I am coloring with PanPastels, but you can also use glossy if you can find it 12" long.


Mark very line pencils lines at 2, 4, 8, and 10 inches, and along the two cutting lines (between 2" and 10").  This just gives you a guide to help with stamp positioning.


Unfortunately, I didn't take any more intermediate pictures. The next step is to stamp your images onto the paper keeping in mind the pencil guide lines.


After you have stamped and colored your scene, cut along all the pencil lines.  Then cut  1/8 of an inch of each side.


Glue all the sections in place and add sparkles or embellishments if desired.


When you are all finished the card folds flat and fits into a small envelop.  For this card, I used all Stampscapes plus an Our Daily Bread sentiment.  It is colored with PanPastels and highlights were added with Copics.

Challenge for this card:
Be sure and take a look at what the wonderful Craft a Scene design team has come up with for your inspiration. 
Have a Great Sunday!

NancyD

7 comments:

Angie A said...

Very, very neat card!! Thanks for joining us at Crafty Girls Challenges! Angie-DT

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

Such a beautiful card Nancy, it looks great on the tri shutter card. Great work with the Pan Pastels too.

Sue x

Glenda Atkins said...

Amazing card and what a great scene, love, love this tri shutter card, one of the best I've seen!
hugs
Glenda

Abbie said...

A beautiful card and love the scene you have created. Thank you for joining us at Crafty Girls this fortnight xx

Diane MoneyGoolsby said...

Hi, Nancy: Your card is so pretty--beautifully done! Glad you participated in our "Snow [or Use only White]" Challenge.

The Simply Create Too Design Team will be taking the remainder of December to spend time with our families. Please join us again on 3 January 2014 for our next challenge and Birthday Bash. We'll have lots of crafting fun!

Merry Christmas & Happy 2014,

Diane
Simply Create Too Design Team Member
http://DianesDigitalDesigns.blogspot.com

Claire said...

Fab card, I never thought of using this kind of fold for a scene but it looks amazing
Claire xx

coldwaters2 said...

WOW Nancy this is awesome that scene is just so magical so is the card fold, excellent creation.
hugs
lorraine x