I made my first Waterfall card in 2004. I thought they were so much fun. Then, I forgot about them for a while. I was thinking of making some cards with movement and wanted it to work for a 10 year old girl. I thought of cupcakes, and the cupcake builder punch right away, but wasn't sure what I was going to do to make them move. Click on the left diagram below to download the free mini waterfall card template. There are many possibilities with these waterfall cards. The template below will help to get you started in creating your own cards. Just have fun and let loose your imagination!
Valentines Waterfall Card: i like waterfall cards so i made a small attempt of making this valentines special simple waterfall card for making it we need 4 colorful cards (preferably thick) ruler/scale pencil glue stickers color pens
Paper waterfall card. four 2 1/4" squares of coloured card or paper to mat the stamped images; two pieces of patterned paper – 4" x 5 3/4" and 4" x 1 1/4 ". This is gorgeous!!! I have always wanted to do a waterfall card. You worked so hard to give us these awesome illustrations on the step. Thank you so much! February 13, 2017 at 10:10 PM Super Deluxe Waterfall Technique Card: Measurements: Card Base: 4-1/4” x 5 ½” Card Base Layers: 3-1/4” x 4” & 4” x 5-1/4” Cardstock Strip: ¾” x 4” (can be wider than 3/4″) Optional length is 5-1/2 scored at 3/4″ on both sides. Waterfall Part/Panels (card stock or double-sided designer paper): 3 x 4, 3 x 3-1/4, 3 x 2-1/2. The Waterfall Card Tutorial will show you just how easy this card is to make and you will not be disappointed with the result There are many tutorials on the making of it but some can be confusing. And so I have tried to keep them as easy to follow as I can and a video is one of the best ways to do it.
Flip the card back over, and if you pull onto Piece A, you should get the waterfall effect! From here you can add this to a card, scrapbook, or even an explosion box! Add Tip Ask Question Comment Download May 27, 2020 – Explore Carol Feige's board "Cards: waterfall design", followed by 5481 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Waterfall cards, Cards, Waterfall design. Place your colored waterfall inside the bag and seal it. 4. There will be a little bit of excess bag at the side of your paper. Fold it over and tape it on the back. 5. Fold your paper-filled baggie so that the waterfall faces the front.
You can use similar paper like the one for the card base or choose another to your liking. Cut out about 2.5×4.5" out of the paper. The width of this cover should be the same as the card base and the height should be reasonably good in order for the waterfall card to be pulled inwards later. I have use height of about 2.5" in this example. Step 6 These are the papers I decided to use on my card. I used a plain cream card base, some gold card and I wanted to layer it with the flowery green paper. I made a Tri fold card for my base, and then cut off one of the panels to make a long thin card. Each of the other layers for the card are cut slightly smaller to leave a narrow border just visible around the edge. This tutorial video will show you how to make your very own waterfall greeting card. This card is amazing and super adorable. All your friends and family will be impressed by your greeting card making ability when you lay this one on them.
waterfall graduation card by everythingpink94 – Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers i made this card for my boyfriend's highschool graduation. i embossed silver stars on the background and then used silver paper to back each square to compliment that. the last square says "Best wishes". This card can be personalized with pictures on the 'waterfall' portion of the card. Make the retiree feel special with this homemade card. This Retirement Waterfall Card can be personalized with photos or momentoes from the retiree's tenire from the company.. Paper Selection. This card would look nice in either a patterned or plain paper and. Waterfall Card Chinese Symbols by palmerbv – Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers These symbols are a combination from two SU sets: Symbols of Solicitude and Kanji. Along the side borders is a three-symbol stamp from Inkadinkado.
Follow along to learn how to create these awesome mini Waterfall message cards step by step (flip card). This is a easy DIY craft tutorial that only requires materials you already have at home like glue, scissors, markers and paper. This fun Emoji card and Rainbow card are just some ideas you could make. 1) “base” for a card from a heavy paper (kardstok, pastel paper, paper for scrapbooking – your choice) – 15h30sm size (folded – 15h15sm). 2) Multi-colored paper for the cover – 14,5h14,5sm 3) A strip of paper on which is mounted “waterfall” – 5h22,5sm (better if 23 or 23,5sm) 4) A strip of paper 2h14,5sm 5) 4 square 5x5cm How to make a reverse waterfall card –with a push tab instead of a pull tab.This variation is useful if you don't want the growing pull tab to distract from your design. My waterfall card is based on a design by Michael Jacobs, from his book Cards that Pop Up, Flip & Slide See his tutorial on HGTV. The sample card finished size is 4.25 by (just short of) 9".
Feb 16, 2020 – Explore Jan Taylor's board "Waterfall cards", followed by 387 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Waterfall cards, Cards, Fancy fold cards. My sample card has the waterfall "feature" on the front of a full card. The 5 1/2" x 4 1/4" piece which some of you have as a "left over" piece is the final layer that the entire card is attached to (if you look closely at the final pic, you'll see it as a small border around the entire card). Patterned Paper – 4″ x 5-1/4″, Peaceful Poppies Designer Series Paper 151324. Waterfall Strip – 2″ x 9″, scored at 2″, 2-3/4″, 3-1/2″ and 4-1/4″. I used Thick Whisper White card stock 140272. Fastener Strip – 3/4″ x 4″, Pretty Peacock card stock 150880. 4 Border Squares – 2″ x 2″, Pretty Peacock card stock 150880
This card makes great specialty card for holidays, celebrations, and everyday encouragement cards. Coming soon: Halloween and Thanksgiving waterfall cards. View this card in motion Waterfall Greetings card – DIY Tutorial by Paper Folds ️ This Video Tutorial teaches you to make a “Waterfall Greetings card” which I am sure will surprise your friends and loved ones. This card can be used for Bir… Waterfall cards are fun interactive cards that you can use for any occasion. I actually only recently discovered waterfall cards. I think I came across a tutorial on Pinterest and was immediately intrigued. At first I thought it was super complicated but then upon further research, it actually turned out to be quite simple.
Create a waterfall card using CTMH products for Father's Day. You will need a blank card, designer cardstock, a scoring tool, and a paper cutter. Watch this video card-making tutorial and learn how to craft a waterfall greeting card.