Monday, November 09, 2009

How to make my DOUBLE DISPLAY card

I have had lots of requests of how i made the
Double display cards that i have been showing on
my blog so here is the cut and score line instructions

12 comments:

Shirley said...

Thank you for sharing instructions for this great looking card. I saw a link to your blog on the ScorPal group on yahoo

Anonymous said...

I just saw the galactic friends. Adorable card and thank you for sharing the instructions.

marda

Kay said...

love love love it! Thank you so much for sharing!

ecclesp said...

Thank you for letting us all see how to make such clever projects! I think I will try to make a congratulations card for my daughter who will be dancing in The Nutcracker Ballet. This gives me lots of ideas. You are very kind to share.

suz.thembi said...

Just found your site from extremecards.blogspot.com and this double display template is awesome for a project I am working on. Thank you so much for sharing your amazing talents

CindyM said...

Thanks for share, I just love this card, You do amazing work. Thanks again!!

shaZZa said...

Thanks for sharing, I have saved the instructions, whether I can do it or not is another question lol

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing this .Sue

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing your time and talent! What a gift you have.

ScattyShirley said...

Is it OK ot sell cards I make with this pattern, I respect your copyright I know what work goes into things like this so obviously I won't be selling the pattern in any way.
I only sell my cards for chairty fund raising I give 90% of the proceeds of each card to a Cancer or life shortening illness like Motor Neurone and MS as I have friends suffering with those conditions. I am in remission from a rare type of cancer called a synovial Sarcoma. This is my way of paying back for all the treatment I received and follow ups I will continue to receive for some years yet.

Danielle said...

Thanks for sharing your template! The cards you created are beautiful.

Anonymous said...

Fabulous work! Your tutorials are so clear and helpful. Your work is timeless and beautiful,
Thanks for sharing.

A Petite