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Old 04-28-2005, 03:49 PM   #1  
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Default Waterfall Card Question

Okay, I hope this isn't reaaaally stupid, but when you make a waterfall card, do you make a full card with the waterfall on the front, or just a card front? I've only ever seen them on the SCS Gallery or in a swap, and it was just a front. I emailed the stamper who did it in the swap and never heard back.

I want to make these at my upcoming Hostess Appreciation Party and don't want to appear foolish. Thanks in advance for any responses!
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I've seen them made both ways... inside a folded card or just sitting on the face of a card front. Did you know you can also alter the measurements a bit and end up with a kind of flip book? It would be a regular 4.25 x 5.5 card with the pull tab on the right hand (5.5) side and it would be inside a folded card. These are fun to play around with.
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Smile Waterfall Cards Instructions

I looking for instructions on how to make a Waterfall Card.
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Smile Waterfall cards

I, too, am looking for directions for waterfall cards. There are so many beautiful cards on this site, and I'd like to try making one, but don't know how.Please help! Thanks!! Please e-mail at [email protected]. Thanks!!!

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I have two full pages of instructions for waterfall cards. I'll have to scan it and can email it to you if you want. Or I can fax it. If you want them, please email me your email address or fax to [email protected].

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Default Waterfall Card Instructions

I've just emailed you with my email address. Can't wait to try this card.
Thank you very much!
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If you do a gallery search for Waterfall you'll see lots of great cards, I think some of them come with instructions attached.
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