WOJ Tutorials

Zoals beloofd hierbij de tutorial van de Tag met pocket, ik heb alles in cm aangegeven (for the ladies who are using inches, you can easily convert cm to inches with the inch calculator you can find this at Google) Ik heb gebruik gemaakt van materialen uit de nieuwe Card Art Card Kit A Classic Christmas een kerstkit met Kaiserkraft paperpad en leuke opbergmapjes met diverse prachtige embellishments!
Stap 1. Snijd een stuk cardstock van 8 x 15,3 cm en een stuk cardstock van 12 x 12 cm
Stap 2. Ril het 12 x 12 cardstock op 1-2-10 en 11 cm draai één slag en ril op 10-11 cm (zie foto)
Stap 3. Snijd de aangeven stukjes uit het cardstock (zie foto)
Stap 4. Vouw alles om en plak vast op de hoekjes met tape of lijm
Stap 5. Leg het "doosje" op het stuk cardstock van 8 x 15,3 en kijk of alles mooi aansluit. Plak het geheel nog niet vast dat doe je pas als alles versiert is.
Stap 6. Versier het geheel naar eigen inzicht, ik geef hiervoor geen maten maar laat dat aan jullie eigen creativiteit over:o) Pons aan de bovenkant met de Crop A Dile een gat waar je het lint en eventueel wat touw doorheen haalt. Plak het geheel nu op elkaar en vul met iets gezelligs. Ik heb gekozen voor een echt knutselkerstkado voor bijvoorbeeld een creatief dinnetje, markers passen perfect in de pocket!
Voila, Kerstkado nummer 1 is klaar:-P
Ik hoop dat jullie 'm geslaagd vinden en mochten jullie problemen bij het uitwerken ondervinden, laat het mij weten en ik zal je helpen om eruit te komen.
Color Medium: Copic Sketches
Inge XX
Goodmorning Ladies, today it's my turn again to show you a step by step tutorial. I've chosen to make an accordion card. So grap a cup of coffee/tea and let's begin...

Take a piece of cardstock 6 x 12 and score at 6

Take another piece of cardstock 4 x 12 and score at 4 and 8


Choose some nice patterned paper and decorate the card (largest piece of cardstock)

Glue the smaller piece of cardstock onto the card as shown on the pic.

Take your crop a dile and pierce two holes besides the smal card left and right (as shown on pic above)

Choose some matching ribbon and pull it through the holes, the back side of your card will look like the pic show above

Front of the card, now you can start decorating as you like!

Card complete and ready to be send

Detail Front
Detail open
Stamps: Whiff Of Joy Musing Melinda and Melinda reading book
Paper: Card Art Card Kit March 2010
Accessories: Card Art Card March Kit 2010
Color Medium: Prisma Color pencils
Hope you have enjoyed my tutorial, now let's start and make your own accordion card. Can't wait to see your creations:-D
Have fun!
Goodmorning girls, today I am going to show you how to 3D a stamped image. It really isn't that hard and it gives your card such a nice dimensional touch. It's a bit more time consuming than a regular card but with good preparation it only takes about 10 minutes more to finish!
First I pick the image I want to work with and choose some nice designpapers to go along with it. I've picked  my favorite xmas stamp from last year, Willow with Stocking. Stamp a main image and 4 others (sometimes you can use more or less, it all depends on the image you use)
Cut out the main image and place it on the card ( I always glue everything together when I am completely ready picking the designpapers and embellishments)
Now look carefully at your image and choose which parts you want to cut out to get dimension. I've made four steps with Willow.
Colour your images. I colour all the steps for a nice finishing touch.
Use the pergamano Ball Tool/Embossing Tool (Thank you Paula;-)) to puff out the parts of the images before you glue them on the main image with little foam pads. I think 3Dkit gives a better result but I didn't had that in stock when creating this card. Note to self: be prepared when making a tutorial;-)
Here's the image completely done! Don't you love the sight of all the layers and the bling of the Stickles *sigh*
And here's the card ready to be send to Katharina for the Stamp Mekka next month.
Hope you've liked this little tutorial, if you have any questions please do ask and I will try to help you out.
Paper: Green and Red Prism Cardstock, Xmas designpaper
Accessories: E line flowers, E line Swirl, brads
Tool: Quikcutz and Holy Leaves die
Color Medium: Copic Sketches, chalk, Stickles

-A huge thanks to Debby and Mariska for their inspiring 3D cards-

Have a wonderful day!
Inge xx

Hi Ladies, it's my time again to show you how I did it;-) This time I've made a little gift box for a sweet newborn girl. Inside the box there's room for a pair of tiny sox. Now let's start...
Take a piece of 12 x 12 Kraft paper (this is the only time I use inches the rest of the tutorial will be in cm. You can easily convert this with an inch converter to cm found by Google) Cut two pieces , one of 12  by 24 cm and a square one of 17,4 x 17,4 cm
Score the square one at 5,8 and 11,6 cm than turn and do the exact same thing again. Score the other piece of cardstock at 3 - 9 cm turn and score at 3- 9 -15 -21 cm
Cut the piece in the middle out, where the line is and then it will look like this
Now fold all the scored lines of both the square and the rectangle pieces of cardstock
You see here that I've cut on both sides a little, this is to make the lit later on. The exact same thing I did with the square one
Now fold the square piece to a little box
And glue with tape to the other piece of cardstock
Tape the lit together
Your box is ready, let the fun part begin....start decorating!
And open....
Paper: Kraft cardstock and Daisy D's
Accessories: Prima little roses, strass, ribbon.
Tool: Big Shot, Quickutz, Quickutz die leaves and nestabilities round and scalloped round
Color Medium: Copic Sketches

Have fun and enjoy this tutorial, if you have any questions please ask:-) Need another sample? You can look overhere and see the one I've did last year.
Inge xx