I used the Happy Birthday wordart in my last post to make a birthday card for my nephew, and I was pretty happy with how it turned out.
Here's a pic of just the wordart, cut straight from the file. I stamped some polka dots on the candle with VersaMark and embossed them with white embossing powder, and covered the flame with gold embossing powder.
Here's a photo of the finished card. To make the card, I selected the shadow layer in MTC, and created an even larger shadow layer, that basically filled in all the empty space around the letters. Then I duplicated that twice, flipped one of them upside down, lined them up vertically and moved them till I had them joining at a logical place at the top of the wordart to fold the card. Then I just welded the two together to create the card base.
Once I cut the card base, I scored it where it needed to fold, but just to the edge of where the H shadow juts out. Then I traced the top of the H shadow and carefully cut it from the back of the card base, so that when I open the card, the top of the H swings. I've tried to show that in the picture below.
If you're interested in seeing a tutorial on making the card base, please let me know and I'd be happy to put one together.
I would love to see how you did this. I just don't seem to be able to grasp the fact that it would want to connect at the H. Please show us how you did this.ReplyDelete
I would love to see this too...ReplyDelete
just found your blog and became a follower,can I subcribe?? a newbie with MTC haven't even loaded my cd yet so new and green and would luv a video....ReplyDelete