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- Pull Card Directions
Neutral Car Stock (CS) 9"
x 2 1/2 " (This will be referred to as pull strip.)
Same Neutral CS 2" x
2 1/4 " ( make four of these)
CS to matte behind Neutral pieces 2
1/2" x 2 1/4 " (make four of these)
Card Base 5 1/2" x 4 1/4
Layer for top of base 5 1/4
" x 4"
Strip same color as layer
4" x 3/4 "
Two Brads or eyelets
Ribbon or cord (optional)
Beads and super sticky tape (optional)
1- You have a card base ( 4 1/4 " x 5
1/2 ") and a layer to go on top of that ( 4 x 5 1/4 "). Now is
the time to stamp these if you wish.
2- Attach layer to card base.
3-Place strip 2 inches from the bottom of
the card and attach through ALL layers with eyelets or brads. (DO NOT use
(See Photo Class _1)
4- Score your long pull strip at 1 1/2, 2
1/4, 3 3/4. Now fold along all of the score lines. With the pull
strip vertically, you will have a long portion that has no fold lines at the
bottom and the top will have 4 fold/score lines.
(See Photo class_2)
5- Insert the long portion under the
horizontal strip and fold the top part over. . Adhere only the first section
to the strip. You will need to see the photo for this step to make
(See Photo class_3)
6- Stamp images on your four pieces
of neutral card stock (bead if you want) and layer onto their mattes.
7- Now you are ready to assemble your
four stamped images to your pull strip.
8- Put adhesive on the bottom section
of the pull strip that is attached to the horizontal strip, and adhere your
stamped image just below the fold line.
(See Photo calss_4)
9- Put adhesive on the third section
and adhere your stamped image just below the fold line.
(See photo 5)
10- Repeat for the last two images.
(See photos class_6 & class_7)
11- Using a rectangle punch, punch
the bottom of your pull strip and insert ribbon.
(See photo Class_8)
12- Pull your strip and watch the
magic unfold ! Cool, huh?! Now, with your strip pulled down all
the way, stamp a greeting. Push the strip up and the greeting
(See photo Class_9)
I hope my instructions weren't to
complicated and I hope you guys had as much fun as I did!
Lesley Clark shared this with the
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