Thursday, April 7, 2011

Magic card / Tryllekort - Tutorial



Først må jeg fortelle en liten historie om navnet til dette kortet jeg skal vise dere I dag.” Tryllekortet” har ikke egentlig noe magisk ved seg. Sønnen min kom til meg for å vise et trylletriks, og jeg la nok bedre merke til hvordan han hadde brettet sammen trikset sitt, enn til selve trikset. Brettingen hans ga meg inspirasjonen til dette brettekortet, og navnet ”Tryllekort” har liksom bare blitt hengende ved.

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First I want to tell you a short story about the name of the card I`m about to show you.  The“ Magic Card” it is not really magical. My son came to me to show me a magical trick, and I`m sorry to say I didn`t pay as much attention to the trick, as I did to how he had folded the papers he used for his trick. This inspired me to a new folding technique, and the name just came along with it.


Dette kortet består av tre deler som alle blir limt sammen til slutt.

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This card has three parts, and we will glue it all together in the end.


Kartong / Cardstock: 6” / 7” - Preg 1 ½” inn fra hver side./ Score 1 ½” in from both sides.
Kartong / Cardstock: 6” / 6” – Preg 1” inn fra hver side./ Score 1” in from both sides.

Nå har begge kartongene et midtfelt på 4”.
Bruk en bordpunch på de fire sidene, og sot kantene om du liker det.

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Now both pices have a 4” area in the middle .
Use a border punch on the edges, and distress all the edges if you like.




Her har jeg gjort klar kartong som dekker skrivefeltet, og som blir fronten på kortet

Den lille kanten er der for at fronten skal henge pent rett ned når kortet er ferdig.
4” / 7 ½”, preg ved 6”, og 6 1/8”.

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Here is the cardstock that will be the front of the card.
4” / 7 ½”, score at 6”, and 6 1/8”.

 

Det er på tide å pynte med mønsterpapir. Jeg har gjort klar fire tynne strimler, og fire brede strimler, til å dekorere alle sider av vingene på kortet. Hvor brede disse strimlene er kommer an på hvilken bordpunch du har brukt, så det må du nesten måle deg frem til selv:)

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It is time to decorate with patterned paper. I have made four thin and four thick stripes, to decorate all sides of the “wings” on the card. The size of the stripes depends on which border punch you have used.

 

Her har jeg dekorert vingene og de midtfeltene som vil bli synlig på kortet.

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Here I have decorated the wings, and the big areas that will show.

 

Her er andre siden. Vingene er dekorert, og de hvite midtfeltene vil limes mot hverandre til slutt.

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This is the other side. We will glue the white areas together in the end.




Her har frontkartongen fått mønsterpapir, både på utsiden….

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Here I have decorated the front on the outside…

 

…og på innsiden.

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…and on the innside.

 

Innsiden er her ferdig med tekst. Pass på at teksten kommer rett vei:)

Jeg har festet dobbeltsidig teip til den lille klaffen.

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I have now made a text on the inside, and added some tape to the small flip.

 

Her er klaffen limt fast på baksiden av den minste kartongen.

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I fasten the flip to the white area on the smallest cardstock.

 

Mer dobbeltsidig teip…

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More tape…

 

Her har jeg limt alle delene sammen, de to hvite feltene mot hverandre, og frontkortet henger fint ned på midten.
Jeg har laget et skrivefelt, som blir skjult av fronten.

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Here I have fastened all the parts together. The two white areas against each other, and the front in the middle.
I have made a writing space that will be hidden under the front.

 


Her er kortet åpent.

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Here you can see the card open.

 


Og her ser du kortet mitt helt ferdig. Om du bretter de bakerste vingene bakover, og de fremste vingene forover, så kan kortet stå.

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And here my card is all finished. The card can stand if you fold the wings like you see in the picture.




Her er et annet kort jeg har laget med denne bretteteknikken.

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Here is another card I have made with this folding technique.




Jeg håper du ble inspirert til å lage ditt eget tryllekort. Lykke til.

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 I hope you got inspired to make your own magic card. Good luck.


50 comments:

Sasha said...

Gorgeous!!!! Thank you for the easy to follow tutorial x

Chrissy said...

WOW!! Gorgeous...great tutorial...thank you.
Luv CHRISSYxx

May Brit said...

Så flott dette kortet var!!! Takk for inspirasjonen:)
Klem May Brit

Ageeth Holster said...

Hi Marianne, it looks great your magic card! Perhaps you have seen that I have used the double edges on two of my cards. I saw the example on your blog.
Have a nice day, Ageeth xx

Maryann said...

What an awesome card and great fold, and thanks sooo much for an awesome tutorial too, which is very easy to follow.
Your cards all looks so gorgeous, really beautiful work hun.

Daniele said...

what lovely cards....truly magical

Kerstin said...

Takk for din flotte tutorial. Joy er flott, endelig kan jeg prøve igjen. Kortene ser veldig vakker og gir mye inspirasjon.
Beste ønsker Kerstin

Sari said...

Great!! I´vee been waiting for this tutorial when I saw your first card. I made mine right away when it was in your blog, Marianne. Here is a link:

http://korttiboksi.blogspot.com/2011/03/black-rose-fairy.html

Hugs, Sari

Thea said...

Hi Marianne,

Beautiful! Thank you for the tutorial.

Have a nice day!
Thea

Pink Lady68 said...

Helt nydelige kort Marianne!
Takk for alle fine bretteteknikker du deler:-)
Klem Laila.

Noukie said...

Just wanted to let you know that I will be posting a link to your blog on noukiespapermadness.blogspot... Simply because your tutorials are so easy to follow and so useful especially for a beginner like me :) Thanx for sharing!!!

Neelah said...
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Neelah said...

Så fint! Får jag dela tekniken på min hemsida http://www.econoscrap.com ?

MichelleMyBelle said...

Thank you for the tutorial, your card are so beautiful

Maggie said...

Et veldig flott kort! Inspirasjon kan man få fra de utroligste steder :)

Heidi said...

Nydelig! Kjempefin bretteteknikk! Bryllupskortet var utrolig vakkert.

Shazza said...

so, so beautiful x

Margareta said...

So clever and beautiful! Thanks for the tutorial!

Josephine Cox said...

I love this card. You did a wonderful job with the tutorial. Hugs

CTgirl said...

WOW!!This is fabulous! Trying it today :)
Found your blog today! Love all the techniques & tutorials you are showcasing!
Thanks very much, I'm newly inspired!

Sonia said...

Thank you for a wonderful tut, just beautiful. I made one of these this weekend and found your instructions so easy to follow.
Hugs Sonia xx

Tracey Feeger said...

Oh gosh this is gorgeous. Love the tutorial and you have made Loves Me Not look awesome. Thanks for sharing.
mwah
Trace

Kylie said...

Just amazing and so pretty. You've inspired me to try and make one. TFS.

Kylie xo

Sylvia Zet said...

Wonderful cards and colouring!!

Inkypinkydelights said...

What a fab tutorial! Debbie pointed me in the direction of this and I am so pleased I spotted it on her blog. Such lovely cards! So clever! Judy x

MAGS said...

Lovely cards and clear easy instructions, so here goes !!!

Nancy Ward said...

I posted a link to this tutorial today,

Nancy Ward
PaperFriendly
http://www.nancywardcrafts.com

Beccy said...

oh wow this is gorgeous saw the card Ellen made and just had to check out your tutorial, thanks for sharing
Beccy x

Barbara said...

What an awesome card. Your son certainly is very clever. Your tutorial is very clear. I can't wait to try this project. Thank you for sharing with us.

Sheryl Hare said...

Must try one of these! Your card is stunning. Thanks for the tutorial. hugs Sheryl xx

Hazel said...

Such a great easy to follow utorial. Many thanks
H xx

.Hanne Alice said...

flotte kort... og en dejlig ide´.. Hanne Alice

kathi17 said...

Thank you for the wonderful tutorial Marianne. I've had your blog and the StampArtic blog in my sidebar for a few months now so I would always be sure to see your newest cards. I made a card today from this tutorial and posted a link to your blog and to the tutorial.

Marlene said...

Takk for flott tutorial! Har endelig fått prøvd den og kommer til å lage flere. :)

Her kan du se mitt kort: tryllekort

Ha en fin dag.

Marlies said...

Thank you for the turorial. I finished my magic card today and put it on my blog with a link back to here. It's a lovely shape of card to make with a great effect! hugs, Marlies

Marjorie said...

What beautiful cards hun..followed this link from Bev's blog..they truly are magical..thank you for sharing with us..great tutorial!!
Hugs,
Marjorie
xx

Nancy said...

Your cards are absolutely gorgeous! Thank you for the lovely tutorial. What a wonderfully magic card!

Teresa said...

Thank you for your brilliant tutorial, I've had a go and here is my card
http://craftingalldayscards.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/good-afternoon-crafters-ooh-ive-had.html
I really enjoyed making this one thank you. Teresa x

~@ngie~ said...

they are both awesome... I especially love the top card tho... can you please tell me where did you get that gorgeous little fairy image from??? I am definately going to give this tutorial a go.. I will post back when I have :)

love n hugz Angie xXx

Lorraine said...

This is fabulous. Thanks so much for sharing.

Eline said...

Gorgeous. Thanks for the easy to follow tutorial. Here is my card

http://elinesblogg-eline.blogspot.com/2012/05/bursdagskort.html

regency jean said...

Thank you so much for this tutorial, I have a wedding card to make, & it will be an ideal project .

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous! You have given me inspiration to make a wedding card! I was just wondering where you got the b&w picture on the wedding card you made?

lvtaz2000 said...

This is such a great idea and what a wonderful tutorial. I can't wait to try it. Your cards are gorgeous.

Wendy L said...

Definately one to try. Gorgeous work. xxx

Karen McAlpine said...

Great folded card!! Thanks for sharing all the instructions!!

ali naqvi said...

Its great idea...nice tutorial thanks for sharing.!!!!Plastic cards

Franie (de recreatives-deco.com) said...

Thank you for the tutorial. I made a card from this tutorial for Valentine day and posted a link on my blog.
Here is the link :
http://www.recreatives-deco.com/article-un-saint-valentin-comme-un-autre-115359416.html
Franie

nahida kiran said...

Unique designs...I like it.plastic business cards

Ina said...

Thank you so much for this easy to follow tutorial on a gorgeous card!