Batch-making with ‘Colourflute’


Posted on 12th September 2016 by Barbara Daines
Filed under All Papercraft Tutorials, Projects And Cards By Type, Celebration Cards, Design Team

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Hi everyone, Barbara here with an easy project to make a batch of cards for any event....

I've used a cardstock called 'COLOURFLUTE', which is a ribbed sort of effect, but it folds and cuts well, so makes perfect base cards.

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I folded each piece af A4 card to make 2 x A6 card bases. This gave me 10 in total....5 to use now, and 5 for another project someday.

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I cut 5 pieces of white hammered card slightly smaller than the card bases then ran them through the Bigshot with various Sizzix dies.

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Next I stamped the sentiments, making each one different.

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I matched up the 'colourflute' card with the corresponding colour of smooth cardstock and punched out some tiny butterflies..... there are lots of fabulous new colours on the Papermilldirect website!

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Once the white toppers were adhered to the card base, all I had to do was attach the corresponding colour of butterfly, and add some 'Stickles'.

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Well, that's all for now, hope you like them, catch you soon,

Barbara DT


2 thoughts on “Batch-making with ‘Colourflute’”

Bonnie Ligon

17th August 2019 at 6:42 pm

Where can i buy Colourflute paper.


20th April 2018 at 4:16 am

Hello! Just to say your cards are beautiful and I love all of them very much. Thank you for sharing your talent with us all. Greetings from a Brit in British Columbia, Canada.

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