Yesterday’s new tutorial on Splitcoaststampers was for the Concertina or Cascading Card. Cherie Franklin is the author, I shot the video.  For my sample my main image is from MFT’s darling Snow Angel stamp set. The image was stamped in  Tuxedo Black Memento Ink on  Neenah Solar White cardstock. It was colored with Copic Markers (Green: YG01, YG03, YG17    Red: R20, R22, R24, R29   Fur: E41, E42, E43    Snow: B0000, B000   Ear/Nose: R20, E40)  and cut out.

It was also stamped in My Mind’s Eye Winter Wonderland paper (red paper) and Carta Bella Merry & Bright patterned paper. The paper pieces were shaded with Copics, cut out, run through my Xyron and adhered to the cardstock image.

Winter Wonderland patterned paper was used to decorate the card sides.  The top corners were rounded and the top of the slanted pieces were topped with Solar White cardstock that was cut with Icicle Border Die-namics die.  The two larger Layered Label dies were used to create layers to place my image on.

More white cardstock was cut with the two smaller dies from Let it Snowflake die-namic dies, stacked and topped with a rhinestone from a Sleek Strips Silver Rhinestones.  Last I stamped a sentiment from Snow Angel on a piece of cardstock with a sentiment strip die.

Here is a video for the visual learner:

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Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!
Hugs and smiles

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

18 Responses to “Tutorial on SCS – Concertina/Cascading Card”

  1. Love this Beate! Will have to give this fold a try!! Love the papers you used and the paper pieced clothes!! Hugs,
    Mariska

  2. Beautiful, beautiful job Beate! love it.
    God Bless 🙂

  3. So sweet! Thanks for the video! I attempted this a while back when it was the TLC( I think) and failed….lol
    Your video helped tons!

  4. Thanks so much for the visual, I always see these wonderful designs and never tried. This is a beauty

  5. Hello!

    You made a concertina! It is a bit different than mine so now I have another version to make today! Love your card – it is so pretty with the colors and the image! Thank you for the great video! We have rain, rain, rain here in this part of WI – I wish for you some sunshine today!

    Hugs,

    Barbara Diane

  6. Oh Beate!!! This is simply adorable…love that cute image and what a unique card! I can’t wait to try this!
    hugs,
    M

  7. Oh I saw the video yesterday and just love it! Have to try it out. Love the way you decorated it, so pretty. Hugs! Mojca

  8. Hallo Beate,
    ich war ganz überrascht, dass du so gut Deutsch kannst bis ich gesehen habe, dass du in Deutschland geboren und aufgewachsen bist!
    Ich bewundere immer deine Tutorials bei SCS, deine Videos sind ganz wunderbar!
    Vielen Dank für deinen netten Kommentar auf meinem Blog (teuer ist unser Hobby wohl häufiger!9
    Liebe Grüße, Anni

  9. This is so fabulous, Beate!! I love the design!! The image is so sweet and the icicle border is perfect!! I haven’t tried one of these cards before…thanks so much for the video!! Have a great day 🙂

    Lisa
    A Mermaid’s Crafts

  10. Tks, Beate! I used another method to create the cascading card. But ur technique is easier. Thanks also for the decorating tips!

  11. Really cute… I love how it stands up on its own. Thanks, Beate!

  12. Love this design! Thanks for the tutorial, I would have never figured it out without it. Beautiful!

  13. Awesome tutorial Beate!!! Love the outcome as well.

  14. Oh my WORD this is STUNNING my friend! STUNNING!!

  15. I’ve made the cascading card but this makes it so much easier!!! thanks!
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

  16. this is the first time seeing a card like this and it’s so fun! it doubles as a nice display, too. love your beautiful card and thanks for the video, Beate!! hope you have a lovely weekend! =)

  17. Is that ever darling, very cute image and papers, and thanks for the video!

  18. Hello Beate,
    Thank you for this great video. I did a card after seeing your tutorial (the end result is a bit different). I put it on my blog today. Thanks for the wonderful inspiration. 🙂
    Francine

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