Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Stampscapes Trishutter card Tutorial

Today I thought I would post a trishutter card,
I have not made one of these for awhile and I just loved how it turned out
Base is 5 1/2 X 12
(I like to use a black cardstock base for my Stampscapes cards)
scor at 2,4,8 and 10
1 1/2 from border cut between 2 and 10 scor lines
fold to make the trishutter
next
Glossy paper 5 X 11
Make your scene, keep in mind where the folds of the base will be
colour in your scene
(I used many Adirondack Inks)
helpful hint- Q tips are handy for small areas such as the light house
Cut out your scene to fit the tri shutter
Helpful hint- make a cutout with cardstock for side and middle the pieces that will fit the base to make it easier to cut the scene out to fit
Add the moon, clouds and sail boat
I did this once the scene was attached to the base just to make sure I got the moon and the boat where I wanted them to be

Hope you like, this was the first time I used my lighthouse set

Don't forget to join
 Craft a Scene This month's challenge is.....
ANYTHING GOES
we would love to see your scene!!!
This card is for:
Lexi's Creations -  Fancy Folds
My Craft Spot -- "Let's hear it for the boys"

Cards For Men - "Boys and Their Toys"
Quirky Crafts -  Silhouette
I Brake For Challenges  - fancy folds
Celebrate the Occasion -  #47 Masculine Birthday
Creative Craft Challenges -  The Colour blue

23 comments:

Myrna said...

Lisa
This is stunning. Love your use of the Stampscapes and tri shutter card.The tutorial was great as well.
Myrna

Caro said...

Wow, This is stunning. Thank you so much for joining in with our challenge at Quirky Crafts Challenge Blog this week.

Diane said...

Thank you for entering the latest challenge at the Quirky Crafts Challenge Blog. A stunning entry.

julie_woolston said...

Beautiful card,love your shaped card.
Thank you for sharing your creation at Lexis creations.

Hugs Julie x

stampinganja said...

STUNNING!!! What else can I say, great tutorial, beautiful scene, love it all! Take care, Anja

Sheree said...

Aren't you just the fahbulous one Lisa!! This shutter card is just gorgeous!! Love all the stamps and colours you used.
Great tutorial. We will have to put a link on Craft A Scene to it!
Well done Lisa!
Sheree

Adrian said...

Wow, this is so beautiful! Thanks for playing @ CTO!

Amanda said...

Wow! Thats a great card! I love it!

Amanda
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ScrappyRae10 said...

BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!! Thanks for playing along with CTO!!

Olga said...

how awesome is that!!!!!! I love it, you are amazing!

Esther said...

Beautiful, beautiful card!
Simply amazing and knocked my socks off!!!
Thanks for playing at CTO!

NancyD said...

Thank you Lisa for making another one of these fantastic creations. I am so glad you included a tutorial and told us about placement. Your coloring is wonderful too. NancyD

Susan Flynn said...

Wow Lisa this is a work of art, it's so intricate and your colouring is excellent! Thanks for joining in at Lexi's Creations this challenge, hugs Susan x

Gail said...

WOW! That's all I got to say!

happyglitzygirl said...

Oh WOW, Lisa, I love this. And you made it all look sooooooooo easy. I have tried it once or twice and always ended up in a fuddle. Will try again now, your card looks beyond gorgeous. Well done, big fan. Blessings Hilde

Purple Crazy said...

Such a gorgeous creation Lisa xx

sharon said...

Beautiful, what amazing artwork. Thanks for playing along at Lexis creations. Sharon x

Jen said...

gorgeous

thanks for joining us at Cards For Men

Jen xx

Dilsaver Designs said...

Wow Lisa, you did an such an awesome job on this! So much work and it came out so beautifully. Thanks for joining us this week @ CTO for our Masculine Birthday Challenge :)

girlia said...

This card is truly beautiful. Thanks for joining us this week at CTO

Carly said...

WOW! This is awesome!

Thankyou so much for sharing this spectacular card with us over at Creative Craft Challenges.

xoxoxo Carly

cgl1539 said...

I am not sure I have ever seen anything this awesome, I cannot believe your process and the outcome, absolutely stunning!!!

elainec said...

what a fantsic card. I think it great. I will have to try that.x