Tuesday, September 18, 2012


Hi girls, it's me Amanda again, hope you're all are doing fine! Today I'm gonna share an oldie, but a goodie, a criss-cross card, and you don't need a bunch of stuff. So let's begin: You Need:
a piece of cardstock side 12 x 4 inch, a scoringtool, tape, knife.
Score at 4 and 8 inch and fold it.
Cut diagonal at the left and the right stroke, as shown.
Put some tape left and right at the bottom, after that fold the card together. A little tip, if you want to decorate the inside, you first have to do, before closing the card with the tape.
For finishing it, you need an extra piece of papier, just a little smaller than 4 x 4 to put into it. Now you can decorate it as you please. This criss-cross-card is 4 x 4 inch, you can adjust the size easy, only you need more paper, for a 6 x 6 you need to cut two strokes 6 x 12, socre at 6 and glue the 2 strokes together, the middle piece would be a double then.

I hope you like it, and if you're curious how mine turned out, you just have to come back on Thursday, we have an awesome new challenge for you, and the team made some real great and gorgeous creations to share with you, really spectacular!!!

Greetings Amanda for Shelly's Images DT


  1. I love this shape for a card! But I don't think I have ever made one. This one needs to be on my to do list for sure. And you are so right. I have seen a sneak peek of the DT creations for this week and they are truly awesome.

  2. Hi Amanda what a fab tutorial l have used this one before and your instructions are so clear thank you x

  3. Nice workshop Amanda.
    Huga, Marianne

  4. Wow amazing workshop!

    I never made a card like this before,
    so am sure i´m gonna make one.

    Unfortunutly i dont have a score pal yet...
    Everywhere i go they don´t sell it anymore :-)

  5. Your terrific card idea is being pinned a lot on Pinterest! Thanks for sharing this idea with your wonderful tutorial with pics!