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Monday, 1 August 2011

Sharing Multi Panel Centimeter measurements tutorial

As promised earlier here are the measurements for the Multi Panel card posted here

You can use these measurements and still follow Dawn Griffith video!!!

I have written the instructions first and then some instructions and pictures......... good luck hope you understand my ramblings but as I said.........take these measurements and watch Dawn!!!

  1. Cut a piece of A4 in half lengthways so 10.5cm x 29.5cm
  2. Place on the Stampin' Up! trimmer at the 2.5cm mark and cut up to the 17.5cm mark
  3. Flip the card over and do the same the other side
  4. Place card at the 2.5cm mark score up to the 2.5cm mark, the cut line
  5. Score the top to the cut line
  6. Place card at the 5cm mark score up to the 2.5cm mark, the cut line
  7. Score the top to the cut line
  8. Place card at the 15cm mark and score the centre from the inner cut lines
  9. Place card at 17.5cm mark and score the outer lines as you did in steps 4,5,6 & 7
  10. Fold card on lines using bone folder
  11. Done!

Cut a piece of A4 card in half the long way
Place card on your Stampin' Up! trimmer at the 2.5cm mark and the cutter at the 2.5cm mark

 
Cut up to the 17.5cm mark

Change the cutting blade for the scoring blade
Turn card around and place on the 2.5cm mark score the outer edges to cut mark on top and bottom



Move card to 5cm mark and score as for 2.5cm mark to cut lines

Move card to 15cm mark and score the centre line just the centre of the card
(this is your normal score line for this size card)
Place card at the 17.5cm mark and score the top line to the cut mark

Use your bone folder on all score lines


Hope you understand my measurements and ramblings

..........Until next time........... be crafty........
 

3 comments:

lilybygilly said...

Thanks Peg! Can't wait to give it a try. x

Sue said...

Thanks Peg for a great tutorial Luv Sue x

Alison xx said...

Thank you Peg, I can't wait to try one now. I'll link back to you when I do. A xx