March Share It Sunday Blog Hop

 

Welcome to the Share it Sunday Blog Hop.  This last week I have been working on my Technique Club projects and with Easter just around the corner I thought I would share with you the Modified Tower card. This is a technique that Julie Davidson shared recently. 
Modified Tower Fine Art Floral

 


To make this card you will need the following supplies:
Cardstock: Merry Merlot, Night of Navy, Very Vanilla, Fine Art Floral DSP
Dies & Punches: Word Wishes Dies, Butterfly Duet Punch
Misc: Clear Wink of Stella, Pastel Pearls

Steps:
  • On the long side score @ 1” & 2”. Rotate and repeat on opposite side.
  • On the short side
    • Line up the left edge at 1” and cut from 1” to 3”
    • Pick up the blade and align at 5 ¼”, cut to 7 ¼”
    • Slide left edge of cardstock to the 2” and cut from 1” to 3”
    • Pick up the blade and align at 5 ¼”, cut to 7 ¼”
    • Rotate cardstock and repeat on opposite side.
  • Score between the cut lines
  • Adhere strips of DSP as shown
  • Adhere Very Vanilla to Night of Navy layer.
    • Adhere to center panel of card.
  • Cover the “Happy” & “Easter” with clear Wink of Stella – adhere to card as shown above.
  • Add pearls to large butterfly and adhere to card with a dimensional
  • Adhere the small butterfly with Tombow to card front 




I hope you enjoyed this tutorial!  Be sure to continue your blog hop journey!

10 comments:

Diane Evans said...

I love this. I am going to have to give it a try

Alison Primmer-Bradley said...

Beautiful card xx

Melva Peters said...

Love your card! Can't wait to try this fold!

Alejandra Gomez said...

Ooh what cool card😊

Sara Sayers - KISS Kreative said...

What a fun layout. TFS x

Susan Schultz said...

Hi Tracie, wow what an amazing fun fold card. Thank you so much for sharing the technique.

Nina's Southern Accents said...

Wow! Amazing card!

Katie Johnson said...

I haven't seen this design before. Definitely going to give it a try. Thanks for the inspiration.

Fiona Whitten said...

Lovely card. Thank you for sharing. It's not one I've tried before so I'll be giving it a go.

Vickie Kello said...

Wow - great card.