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, 31 2011 . 14:29 +
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Hi! ! Here comes my tagcard tutorial. Here Comes My tagcard . It is on how to make a card that you can put many tags in. , , I will also show a tip on how to make the tags. . Hope you will like it!:) , , :)
First you have to start with a bazzill paper measuring 30x30 cm. , , Bazzill 30x30 . Like the one under: :
I have a pen to mark out where to fold, and a cutter which folds the paper. wherefores , .
I start with folding the paper like you see on the next photo: , :
I fold it in the middle. . And when it is folded it looks like this: :
I open the paper again and start to measure where to fold on the other side. wherefores . The card is going to have four sides, so I therefor have to devide 30 by four. , , , 30 . So then I fold on 7,5 cm, 15 cm, and 22,5 cm like you can see on the photo under. 7,5 , 15 22,5 . The fold in the middle (at 15 cm) you have to take on the opposite side of the paper, because you are going to fold it the other way. ( 15 ), , , , .
When you are finished folding, the paper looks like this. , . Like a small accordian:) Accordian:)
It is now time to make the pockets to put the tags inside. , . You can cut of small parts of all four sides. . And it is not nesassary to have any measurments. nesassary . I have just cut of paper very randomly:) But I will show you how I did it, so you have an idea. :) , , .
I first started with two sides, and cut off a bit, and then I used a borderpunch on the remaining part, so the edge looked nicer. , , , . Then I started with the two other sides. . First I cut of a triangle. . I then took the cut-off part and placed it on the other side, so the side would look the same -only opposite from eachother. , , .
Like this: :
You will have a better view of it later. . Now I wanted to make the front and the back of the card a bit thicker and stronger. . So I cut out two rectangles: :
I then inked and decorated them with some gorgeous Maja Design paper. - Maja .
And I also measured up some more patteren paper (30x15 cm) to have inside the card. - patteren (30x15 ) . It is a bit easier than making four parts (something you also can do, of course). , (- , ). I folded the pattern paper like the bazzill, and then fasten it with glue to the bazzill. Bazzill, Bazzill.
When you fold up the paper it looks like this: :
Now I am going to show you how I made the tags to put inside the card. , .
I used some leftovers and cut them up so they will fit the pockets on the card. - , .
You can cut them at any size you like as long as they fit the pockets. , , . This is a great way to use all the leftovers:) :)
I then cut of a rectangle on one side. . I just cut randomly. .
I then use the cut-off rectangle to make the same on the other side. .
I will decorate these two tags with some cute images:) - :)
I now use some hours which I don't have pictures off, to decorate both four tags and the card:) - , , :)
And here is what I came up with: :
Here is the front. .
When it was too late I saw that I should have figured out something more clever with the ribbon to hold the card together. , , , - . But for this one I have just wrapped it around the card. .
Under you can see the tags inside the card. .
Here is the whole inside with the tags taken out. .
A close up: :
And the last one, the back: , :
I hope this made sense..:) , ..:)
Have a lovely day! ! Hugs, Camilla . , .
 
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Saturday, April 10, 2010 , 10 2010

Confirmand Cards with money-pockets by Camilla -

 
Today I want to show you three cards that I have made. , . They are all Confirmand Cards, something that are very popular here in Norway. , - . I have already been asked to make a few:) :)
The most common gift is money. . And instead of just putting them inside the card, I have now made three different "pockets" to put the money in. , , "", I will now show you the cards and their insides. , .
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Here is the first one: :
It was a bit hard to figure out how to show the inside the best, but first comes the side where you write your greetings. , , wherefores .
On the other side I have made a criss-cross envelope to put the money in. , -
Here is the second card: :
And under you can see how you can place the money. , . It is quite easy:) I have fasten the paper with brads. :) .
Here comes the third card: Here Comes :
I have made the outside match the inside. . When I cut the paper for the card it is four cm longer than my normal card (15 cm). , (15 ). So this measures 15x19cm. 15x19cm . Then I fold it in the middle as usual, and also at 15 cm down. , , , 15 . The remaining 4 cm is folded up. 4 .
The images are from Whiff of Joy . Joy .
The sentiments are from Stempelglede . Stempelglede .
The papers are from Tim Holtz-Shabby Chic. - Chic.
All images are coloured with Distress Ink, re-inkers. inkers.
I have inked (walnut stain) and sewed the edges. ( ) .
{The photoshop frame is made by Xtina } {Photoshop Xtina }
I hope you got some tip and inspiration!:) Thank you for looking. , :) .
Hugs, Camilla . , .
 
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Tuesday, March 16, 2010 , 16 2010

A giftbox for Easter by Camilla S. Bakke Giftbox .

 
Hi! ! Today I will show you how I made an Easter giftbox. , Giftbox . Under you can see the papers I used, pluss the gorgeous stamp illustrated by Norma Fickel for Whiff of Joy . , Fickel Joy .
Here are the measurements for the box. . With this measures I will have a box at the size 11x11x3,5 cm. 11x11x3, 5 .
I have made the box and the cover separately. .


Under you see how the papers looks like after I have inked and sewed them. , .
I use some adhesive tape to fasten them on all four sides. - .
And now for the cover: :
I have put them together and seved the cover aswell. seved . Then I place it on the side of the box, to see where I am going to fasten them together. , " , .
I use the strips I made with the word window punch, and eight brads. , . Make sure you have some space between the to parts, so it also can bend. - , .
I also use the strips with some smaller brads to fasten the sides together. - . Under you see the inside of the box. . I could also have fasten them on the outside... ...
And under you see the outside of the box. .
Now all sides are fastened, and the box is ready to be decorated. , .
And here it is! ! The girl with the lamb is coloured with Distress Ink, re-inkers on water colour paper 300g. inkers 300 . I have used a 00 size brush. 00 .
A closeup: :
The whole cover: :
And inside some yummy chocolate-balls filled with milkcream;)) - -, ;))
Here you see the box from the other side, with the strips. , . I think they made a spesial decoration. , .
Thank you so much for looking at my tutorial today! , ! Hope you got inspired! , !
Hugs, Camilla . , .
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