Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Paino Card-Tutorial

Hello. I had a request for a tutorial for the Piano Card. I will do my best to explain.

Supplies needed- 12in X 12in piece black card.
6in X 7 in fancy DP.
Photo Anchor and brad-optional
roll 6cm white ribbon
roll 6cm black or red ribbon.
embellishments, tape/glue


first cut out the  pattern below- place the first piece onto folded black card and cut out.
Also cut out the smaller shape in black card for the front piece..

Next cut out 14 pieces of the white ribbon at 10cm lengths and  11pieces of the black or red bibbon at 8cm.
fold each piece in half and put a little glue on the end and using pegs clamp together.
on the base card cut 1in off the bottom of the front of the card and add some strong tape to the back and stick on the white folded ribbon pieces.

now put a little glue on the ends of the red ribbons and stick them on higher than the white ones to form a keyboard..
trace out a piece of fancy DP to fit over the back inside of the card and attach with glue/tape
take the front smaller piece and fold on the straight side at 1cm. attach tape and stick to the front of the card.
I attached a photo mount and brad to keep this closed.
Cut out a piece of black card at 5cm X 5cm. 
score at 1cm add tape/glue and stick to the front of the card at the bottom..
Lastly embellish the card as you like..
If there is any questions feel free to ask..Loz





7 comments:

  1. Thank you! This is really cool and I love that you put the steps down

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  2. Thanks for sharing the tutorial, very clever card.Kx

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  3. Oooh this is so fabulous Loz....I need to make 2 special birthday cards this month and your tutorial will be so useful!
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  4. Thanks so much - you did a great tutorial. I think this is my favorite of yours, no wait I also love the step cards you do too..

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  5. This has to be one of the coolest cards you have ever made! (just one of the many). Thanks for the tutorial.

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  6. I'm so glad you shared this, thank you!

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