Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Sparkle N Sprinkle Basketball Waterfall Card

Our theme for October is sports, and I have had a ball! (pun intended) Okey dokey then. I'm going to start the month with a waterfall card. Some of you may already know how to create a waterfall card, but for those of you who do not, don't worry. It is so easy, you won't believe it!

For complete instructions to make a waterfall card, please visit Sparkle N Sprinkle's Tips & Techniques, Waterfall Card. 

Just remember that no matter the length of your card, the slide will be twice the length of the card minus 2 inches.

So, with that, here's my waterfall card using Sparkle N Sprinkle's Baseball & BasketBall Stamp Set 257.

Finished Waterfall Card






After investigating other written and You-Tube instructions on the internet, they all seem to show how to make only quarter size cards (4-1/4 x 5-1/2 inches). Well, that's great if the stamps or photographs you want to use will fit on a 2 x 2 inch square. The stamps I chose are about 3 inches in height. So, I made my squares 3-1/4 x 3-1/4 inches. The base of my card is 5 x 7 inches.

Pulling tab at bottom exposes the
scene on the second flap.

Scene on 3rd flap.

Scene on last flap.

To close the waterfall card, simply push the slide back up.

Instructions to make this card.
It may be helpful to create a "test" card from scraps first to familiarize yourself with the instructions and the mechanics of the card before creating your masterpiece. Have fun!

8 comments:

  1. Love the larger waterfall card! It opens up so many more possibilities!!! What a great masculine card!

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  2. Great macho card Karalee! Super idea to use those images as a "slide" show!

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  3. Really cute guy card. Don't you love those waterfall cards. I have been meaning to do one for months now. You may have gotten me going!

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  4. I love these cards and yours is great. I really need to make one of these - your instructions will really help.

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  5. What a fantastic waterfall card... I haven't made one of these in years... TFS!!!

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  6. I love this! You did a great job!

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  7. Great card, Karalee! Thanks for the tutorial, too! I really like dark colors as the back drop for cards.

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  8. Such a cute card. What a great theme for this waterfall card. Great job.

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