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September 12, 2011

Waterfall Card

My hubby's Birthday is this week so I decided to do a waterfall card. I used my favorite Dover images for this. I printed and cut  using silhouette but since there is no intricate edges and all straight edges you can use just your scissors or straight edge cutter and stamps to make this card and a scorer would be nice. I also decided to use twine as the pull  for PaperCraftWeekendChallenge this week was to use twine.
Here's the dimensions if you want to do it with scissors

You will find after you glue the 4  (almost) square pieces that the last fold folds the strip into half .
In that folded position glue the long inner strip and punch a small hole to tie the tassel (here I have used twine) Glue just the strip - edge of the 1st waterfall piece almost square piece - end to the brad piece at the center. Attach the brads to the cards inner mat and tuck the tassel end under the strip so that it can be pulled and gives the waterfall effect
The base svg, knk and silhouette file are uploaded and can be found under the main tab

Here's the card I made

The waterfall effect

I made another version of the same where I folded the card so the inside of the card. I just twined the twine (ha ha did your tongue twine? Mine did) around the ribbon

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