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Cross Over Card and Insert Tutorial.


  1. For this project 2 A4 sheets of the card of your choice are scored in half, folded and cut at 6'', to make two 6'' x 6'' approx. card fronts/backs. Cut one front panel of each card on the diagonal to form the cross over section of your card. Place one of the cards behind the other and glue together. This card can also be made from a sheet of A3 card which has been scored, cut and folded to make 3 identical panels, with the two outer panels being cut on the diagonal.

  1. Make a card insert panel to slide into the cross over card pocket. This will be slightly smaller to fit easily into the pocket. For this project an insert card was created.


  1. Make die cut decoration, if required. Here panels were made for the card insert and the back of the cross over pocket.

  1. Print out the digital papers and the elements you require and add to the card front and inside. You can also decorate the card insert.

  1. Here the cross over section has been left loose and secured with a ribbon. You may choose to glue the overlapping panel together. Add you ribbon. For this project the ends of the ribbon were secured behind the back panel.

6. Add any decoration you require to your decorative panels. Stampendous Frantage has been used to make the panels sparkle Add the back panels to you card, over the end of your ribbon, a decorative panel has been used to decorate the back of the card.


7. Colour your image to match the papers and elements you have picked for your design.

Materials used to make this card:
Skin: FS2, FS4, FS6, FS3, TN3, + 01, 05, 09, 28, 87
Hair: EB2, EB4, + 92, 102, 120
Clothes and flowers: LG1, LG2, LG3, CT2, PP1, PP2, PP3, + 14, 25, 45, 47,
Centura Pearl Card
Stampendous Frantage
Die cuts of your choice
Satin Finish Printer Paper
Stamp, ribbon and bling from my stash.


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