Pootles’ Springwatch Field Flowers Card Cut and How To
Making cards in videos is unusual for me, but I decided that this year’s SpringWatch series would have some in it and today’s card is one that I thoroughly enjoyed making, but more than that, it was a great opportunity for me to share with you all how I cut and layer my cards.
Because I work with International A4 cardstock which is a metric size, I’m fully aware that we could get into the realms of the really complicated if I tried to do metric, imperial and imperial 8.5 x 11 measurements, so I never share the sets of measurements. Could you imagine me fumbling and stumbling over 3 sets of measurements?!?!?
So today I want to share the ‘how to’ of creating neat/pretty layers for your card blanks, mats and layers.
And of course, while we’re here, we may as well go a little further and finish off the card, so again, I share the principle of that with you too.
So please forgive me if I don’t add measurements under the video as I usually do, someone somewhere, (probably me) would get themselves in a tangle….
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