Note: I didn't realize Blogger had wiped out this post so if any of you were looking for it--it's baaacckk! LOL
It's my turn to do this week's tutorial for Papercraft Star. I don't know about you, but I'm always searching the web for new techniques. A while back I created a card with some lattice work on it. It came out okay, but I was really winging it when I put it together. I found a tutorial that showed me a few minor adjustments I could make so I decided to try it again and share a refined version of a lattice work card with you.
For my card I chose to make it a 5 1/2" square card. I cut that from white cardstock and I also cut another square of white at 5 1/2" x 5 1/2". For the front mat I chose a cream colored cardstock and cut it at 5 1/4" x 5 1/4". I placed glue around the outer edges of the cream piece and adhered it to the front of the base card. The white square goes on the inside behind the front panel. It will hide all the edges of the lattice strips.
I used a Nestabilities Labels One die and positioned it on top of the three layers, tacking it down with a little tape.
Hope you like the tutorial. This is the card I created using this technique.