Monday, February 27, 2017

Daisy Panel Gate Fold Card

Hello, friends!

It's Nancy Nickel here today with a new Tutti Designs share!

This week I'm using the lovely "Daisy Panel Die" from the October release.
You can find it right HERE.

Here's the gate fold card that I made:

Now I will show you how I made it.
Using a pretty, double-sided paper, I cut the die twice.
Here you see both sides of the paper; a printed side and a solid side.

Here I have turned them so that the printed side faces up on both. 
If you look closely, you can tell that the one on the left is wrong side up. 
An easy way to fix this is to run a bone folder over the edges of the die-cut to smooth them out. 

Next, I adhered each of the die-cuts onto the solid colored paper.

Setting those pieces aside, I went on to create the card base.
I cut a piece of cardstock that measured 10" X 6 1/2".
I scored this cardstock 2 1/2" from each end, folding towards the center. 
I adhered a ribbon along the middle of the card, beginning at the back, and wrapping around the front panels.

All that was left was to adhere the Daisy panels to the front of the card panels, and tie the ribbon in a bow.
Finally, I added a few random pearls in the centers of the flowers.

Here's the inside of the card. 
I added a Nesting Stitched Oval die-cut to the center.
The perfect spot to stamp a sentiment and add a message!

Tutti Designs Dies Used:

Daisy Panel Die

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  1. This is beautiful Nancy and I love your design ... gives it sort of an Asian flair! BEAUTIFUL!!!

  2. Thank you for the gatefold tutorial; I'm going to try that. I am new to the Tutti Designs dies pretty much but falling in love with them fast! Your card is beautiful.