Sunday, June 23, 2013

Challenge OWH Tutorial: The 6x6 template

Hello,
 
I've been wanting to take a challenge the 6x6 template.  It took me a while to figure out the template. Once I made a mistake, I came up with my color-coded template for myself.  Finally, I made it.  I had to do this before I do other things.
 
Thanks to Kathryn for taking time to provide the template.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Here is the link to OWH Tutorial: 6×6 Template
Kathryn’s original post can be seen here: Kathryn’s Cards
 
And this is my color-coded template for myself but I wanted to share.
 

Processing photos: (I am a visual learner while I need a written instructions.)

For Template #1
  • Cut by the measurements
  • Find the matching pieces

  • Layer the pieces on a cardstock. I used a black cardstock as a layer and then adhered it on to a white cardbase by using dimensionals.  So I had a gap in between to wrap a ribbon around.
 
 
For Template #2
  • Cut by the measurements

  • Find the matching pieces
  • Layer the pieces on a cardstock. I used a black cardstock as a layer and then adhered it on to a white cardbase by using dimensionals. So I had a gap in between to wrap a ribbon around.




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14 comments:

  1. Thanks for taking the time to illustrate this so effectively with your numerous photos. I appreciate it! Lovely cards!
    :) Marie

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  2. Thank you for sharing your cards. I just bought a 6x6" double sided pad of paper today and it will be so much easier with your tutorial.

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  3. These cards look great. Thanks for the tutorial. I'm working with a couple of paper pads and this will be very helpful.

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  4. That colored template is a cool idea, Seongsook! Your cards look so modern and fresh. Thanks for sharing them!

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    1. Kathryn, thanks for your sharing your template. Everybody takes their own way to make it happen. It just takes time until that time comes. As long as not giving up.

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  5. These are divine!!! I mean it...they are so fresh and different, I;m sure there will be a fight over who gets these cards...Hope you don't mind me CASEing...because I sure am going to...I just ordered several 6 x 6 paper pads and you are an inspiration!!!

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    1. Debbie, Of course not. I can't wait to see your CASEing. It's the better part. :)

      Thanks very much for your encouragement and support.

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  6. Love your site and your frugal use of paper. Is there any way I can subscribe by e-mail?

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    1. Hi Mehrll, I added it on my blog so you can subscribe by e-mail. Thanks for asking.

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  7. What an amazing tutorial!!! I love the color coded template and can't wait to try this one!!! I really lke the fact that once you are done with the project...you have multiple cards that are all different! Very productive. Thanks again for another great inspirational tool!

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  8. This is FABULOUS!! I always struggle to get from the beginning to the end and your pictures and color coded template helped SO much!!!

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  9. Just found this and can't wait to give it a try. The color coding makes so much more sense to me!

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  10. Great cards and thanks for the color coding. I think I'm best learning that way too. This is awesome, thanks for taking the time to re-do this. You're the best!

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