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SBC Teepee Tutorial ~

Hello Friends,

Annette here for the Scrapbook Blessings Club and today for Friday's Cards.

I would like to feature today the Teepee Card. 

The Teepee Card is extremely simple and quick to make and fun to decorate in various ways. 

For this Teepee Project, I have used the perfect My Besties Digi Stamp IMG690 and kept it simple by just adding a small amount of beaded trimmed edging, a Prima Flower/Leaf plus a Die Cut Feather in the contrasting Black Dot Designer paper.

Tip of the day:
Mark your Teepee Panels with a pencil for a guide to know which section/panel you want your co-ordinating designer papers to be adhered to

Now onto my project:-

  • I am using a Quill Metalique Board 285gsm for my Teepee
  • Cut 3 pieces measuring 6" x 6"

  • Score each of the panels across on the diagonal with your score board

  • For a guide to know where to attach your designer printed papers, it is a good idea to overlap your Teepee panel sections first to see how your panels will fit and which panel goes on in the order of your choice ~ I generally put a mark with a pencil for a guide
  • Cut two designer papers measuring 5+3/4" x 5+3/4" and score again on the diagonal

  • Cut each designer paper across the scored line and attach them to your Teepee with double sided adhesive tape in the desired order required
  • Once you have attached your designer papers  your Teepee is ready for attaching each panel section with double sided adhesive Tape
  • This is a very simple design to make ~ your Teepee is ready for decorating with your embellishments and digital stamps etc.

  • Here is my finished project ~ as you can see I have used the stripe designer paper for my main Teepee upper sections and the lower sections is the black dot print
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Thank you for visiting my Teepee Card Tutorial today and I hope you have enjoyed this project.

For any questions you may like to ask, please leave in the comments section and I will endeavour to respond as soon as possible.

I hope you can also join us at our Scrapbook Blessings Club and be blessed with this Tutorial.

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As always, any comments are very much appreciated. 
Thank you for stopping by and have a wonderful day.

Hope you have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by,
Annette ~



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