How To Make A Waterfall Card

Category: Crafts
Tags: stampinup, cards, waterfall
Author: DoItYourselfMom | Website: Buy Your Products At StampinUp.com

Required Items Quantity
Black Cardstock 4 1/4 x 5 1/21
DSP 4" x 5 1/4"1
White Squares 1 3/4" x 1 3/4"4
Black Squares 2" x 2"4
Black Strip 1" x 4 1/4"1
Old Olive Strip 2" x 9"1
Ribbon1 Snip(s)
Brads2
Adhesive1

Steps Image Video Duration
1

Cut out all the paper and score the Old Olive long strip at
2", 2 3/4", 3 1/2", 4 1/4"

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2

Put together base of the card by adhering the DSP to the back cardstock.

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3

Adhere the black strip 3/4 of the way down on the card. Don't glue in the center, only on the edges.
We will attach this more firmly with the brads on a later step (or you can do it now if you really really want to).

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4

Fold all your score lines on the Old Olive strip.

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5

Stamp and embellish images on the 4 white squares and adhere those squares to the 4 black squares.

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6

Layer the black squares onto the Old Olive waterfall base. Start with the bottom one first.
Remember to only put tape on the TOP of the square so that the bottom can float free and cascade.

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7

Add some strong adhesive (sticky strip?) to the top of the black strip on your card.
Slip the waterfall behind the black strip and adhere just the front of it to the waterfall.

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8

Punch a hole in your black strips and add the brads! Stamp a greeting if you want, or write a message inside the waterfall.

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9

Add ribbon to the bottom of the waterfall with a stapler or glue dot.

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