Wednesday, June 25, 2014

VIDEO Tutorial: Sea Street Waterfall Card

Have I convinced you yet that you NEED the new Sea Street stamp set? I've had fun with it as my June pick for Stamp of the Month Club! Here is the last card in the series that club members receive with their package. It's a Waterfall Card!
When you pull on the tab, a different part of the greeting flips around.
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Waterfall cards were popular years ago and I thought it would be a fun project to bring back with the Sea Street stamp set. Click here to download printable Waterfall Card Pattern or watch my video to see how easy it is to make this card. Need more inspiration? Click here to see another Waterfall Card I created for Christmas.

Click here to learn more about Stamp of the Month Club and how you can get this card and two more in your first package.

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5 comments:

GodMom said...

This is my favorite technique you have used thus far. Thanks for sharing!!!

Nacky said...

You make it look so simple. Love the colors of the card.

Carol Carriveau said...

Actually I was sold when I saw this DSP and the stamp set in the new catty back in April when we received the catalog at the Premier...but I am incented to make your card design...thank you for the video!!!!!!

Tania said...

Thanks for the great video, Julie! I have seen these done before, and this video is the first time it's made sense.

Can you do a wider set of squares/pull strip?

Peggy said...

Dear Julie
Loved this the moment I saw it and watched the video and thought that maybe I could make a waterfall card afterall.
I just made a few following your steps (although I did refer back to it several times!) and I had to thank you for making it so easy to do watching your video. It finally made sense!! Great video--thank you!
Peggy