Sunday, April 29, 2012

Diorama Card VIDEO Tutorial

I am so excited to share my video tutorial debut with you!! As part of my "Stamp of the Month" Club, I am launching a new video tutorial series. When you sign up for the "Stamp of the Month" Club, you'll get a new stamp set every month plus three completely finished cards. Click here for details. (Sign up by Monday, April 30 to get the April package.)

Check out the first two cards here and here. The third card is this Diorama Card using the Sending Me Soaring stamp set from the Occasions Mini Catalog.

The card pops up to create a 3-D diorama: 

But it also folds flat so you can mail it in a regular envelope with any extra postage.

Watch my video tutorial to learn how to make this card at home:

Stampin' Up! Supplies: Sending Me Soaring, Perfect Plum ink & cardstock, Pear Pizzazz ink, Whisper White cardstock, Bashful Blue ink & cardstock, Jet Black Staz-On Ink, 2010-2012 In Colors Patterns DSP, 2-1/2" Cirlce Punch, Large Oval Punch, Scallop Oval Punch, Simply Scored Tool, Stampin' Dimensionals, Sticky Strip

Click HERE to Order Stampin' Up! Products Online, Anytime!


Susan Carlson said...

I am planning a class for fancy folds in the fall. I think I'll add this design to my line-up : ) Congrats on a job well done with your video!

Nancy B. / said...

Wow - Great video. Neat card.

June Ferguson said...

Wow! Did you say this was your video debut? You did an excellent job!! Clear, concise, and a cute unique project. Keep 'em coming!
Thanks so much for sharing,
June in KS

Wendie Waldman said...

Great video, Julie. TFS.

Wendie said...

Great video, Julie. TFS.

Chris Anderson said...

Great job doing videos! I am really enjoying your video tutorials!!

Sharon said...

Great tutorial Julie. We've just got the score board here in the UK so will be having a go at this today.

Thanks for sharing.
Sharon x

Sharon said...

Hi Julie
Thanks again for sharin this. I used your instructions at my class on Saturday. I've a post scheduled for tomorrow morning with a link to your tutorial. Hope thats OK.
Sharon x