Friday, July 20, 2018

Bisecting Triangle Card

Hi Everyone!

I hope everyone is doing well.
Today's card is made by
cutting the cardstock on an angle.


The two triangles are bisected, causing them to meet in the center of the card.  When it opens,
this is what it looks like:


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MEASUREMENTS:
  1.  1 PIECE OF 8 1/2" X 11" NIGHT OF NAVY (MAKES 2 CARDS).  SCORE AT 4 1/4" ON THE 8 1/2" SIDE, TURN PAPER TO 11" SIDE AND SCORE AT 5 1/2".  YOUR PIECE OF CARDSTOCK SHOULD NOW CONTAIN 4 QUADRANTS.
  2. REMOVE SCORING BLADE FROM TRIMMER AND ALIGN THE CARDSTOCK PIECE DIAGONALLY.
  3. PLACE EACH POINT OF THE DIAGONAL INSIDE THE CUTTING TRACK TAKING SPECIAL CARE THAT THEY ARE BOTH ALIGNED EQUALLY. USING THE CUTTING BLADE, CUT FROM THE TOP POINT TO THE BOTTOM POINT.  YOU WILL NOW HAVE 2 PIECES.
  4. MEASURE DESIGNER SERIES PAPER AT 5 1/4" X 4".  IF THERE IS A PATTERN THAT REQUIRES DIRECTION, ASSESS AND CUT ACCORDINGLY.
  5. AS WITH THE CARDSTOCK, LINE UP THE PIECE OF DESIGNER SERIES PAPER DIAGONALLY IN THE TRIMMER. CUT FROM POINT TO POINT.
  6. SCRAP PAPER AND CARDSTOCK NEEDED FOR DESIRED DESIGN OF THE CARD.
  7. 1 PIECE OF YOUR CHOICE OF CARDSTOCK MEASURING 4" X 5 1/4" FOR INSIDE OF THE CARD.

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Until next time...
Happy Crafting!
Lisa Foster
Lisa Foster

Welcome to Fostering Creativity Together.I'm Lisa Foster. an independent demonstrator with Stampin' Up! I love to share, learn and teach this fantastic craft! I hope you'll join me on this incredible paper journey!

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