It has been a pleasant technique challenge for me to master the Waterfall card making. I learned this technique before when I was taking Scrapbooking classes. I searched tutorials for waterfall card making on the internet and found that all went down. Maybe that’s why it is called Waterfall card. I wanted to try something different so instead of up and down I did side to side. On this card, I tried to use as many techniques as I could. I think there is no limit to create something like this.
As you can see in the picture, when you gently pull the tab with ribbon through from your right hand side, the waterfall panels open up sideways. To close it, gently push down the card front with your left hand and slide the tab back into the panels. If you give this card to someone, you might need to write a note or show how to open and close it. You will have fun to make it and recipients will enjoy it.
You can make a Waterfall card with any theme of stamp set or combination of stamps as desired. Make your own storylines. You can even use your family or children’s photos instead of stamped images and write a message on the back of each panel.
I hope you to enjoy it!
I wrote an instruction how to make this Waterfall Card that I saved in the pdf format. Please leave me a comment if you want to have a copy.
I love this card. Waterfall cards are some of my favorites. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Love waterfall cards to see it done this way is lovelyReplyDelete
Margaret from Kent
Love your cards. Want to make them too.ReplyDelete