Splitcoaststampers-The Stamper's Community

Issue #723 May 27th 2020
Side Flap Trifold Card  
Guest tutorial author Dee Slater has an extra flap inside her card for a unique 'angle' on a trifold card!
Supplies you'll need for this project
 
Our Artist in Residence answers your questions
Q: Katy asks: "What's your favorite cardstock for Copic coloring?"
A: There are 3 papers that I use with Copics. If I'm stamping and plan to use the markers alone or with pencils, I use Neenah's Classic Crest 80# or 110# smooth cover stock (the color I have is Solar White, but there are some others as well). If I'm coloring die cuts or I want to mix the markers with watercolor on a stamped or printed image, I'll use Fabriano Studio Hot Press watercolor paper (I have the 140# weight but there is a 90# weight as well). For digital stamps, I like how Copic markers work on Canson Canva-Paper. It's a coated paper so rather than soaking in, the inks blend on the surface.
 
Feedback From Past Tutorials
ondinesgirl put her own twist on the Front Flap Card: "Great layout. I modified it with an Ivory A2 base card, 4" x 5 1/4" embossed layer; 3 3/4" x 7 3/4" flap so it was flush with the 4" x 5 1/4" layer; 3" x 3 3/4" DSP on the outside flap and 3" x 3 3/4" ivory inside flap. I used 10" of ribbon wrapped at the top of the flap and tied into a bow, and a label punch for the front sentiment. Definitely adding to my favorite layouts!"

Tutorials You May Have Missed
Brick Wall Create a unique look for your main image by cutting it apart and adhering it in brick form.
Brick Wall tutorial
Brick Wall gallery

Get your craft paints ready for next week's tutorial!
 
Hero Arts
Your favorite Hero Arts stamps, inks, and tools now at JOANN for in-store and online shopping.
 
This Week's Hot Topics
Tiny highlights
Adding detailed shine
Stencil storage
Organization ideas
Detailed die cuts
Great tip for gluing
Sequin static
Tips for storage
 
May 20 to May 26
Use supplies you likely already own and try new techniques.
Tent card with a twist.
Paintings.
Try this color combination: Blueberry Bushel, Lovely Lipstick, Balmy Blue.
White and blue with a twist.
One layer.
A cottage in the city.
Check out Chris' gallery, then upload a creation inspired by her work.
 
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