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February 08, 2011


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What a great card Julie, I just used that stamp set to create a card for our son! I love what you've done here with the clear block and Extreme Element stamp! have a great weekend

Caryl P

Thanks so much for the pictures and directions. I never would have attempted a card without them, but I did and it is much easier than I expected. I still need to work on how to make each panel as beautiful as yours, but here is my first attempt:


I really love doing things that are out of the ordinary. This certainly qualifies. Would really love to see a video on this. Thank you for helping us.


This card is very intriguing, I would love for you to do a video on how to make one. I would watch it over and over until I got it. Thanks for all you do.

Sandra K

Very cool idea. I love the examples.


Lorraine Wilby - what about a quick wizz over sandpaper then wax paper? May not even need wax paper.

Lorraine Wilby

Dear Julie
I just love your blog like 1000's of others. I see that you use the same Fiskars paper trimmer as I do. I find the blades go blunt SO quickly that it is costing me a fortune in replacements. Any ideas to help me make them stay sharper longer?

Many thanks

Lorraine Wilby
NSW Australia

Jo-Anne Jackson

I have always admired these cards, but wonder if recipients will know how to flip and view them. They should come with diretions so that none of the beauty will be missed! This card is beautiful!!!


What a fabulous concept for a card! It's like getting four cards in one! I really appreciate the time involved in making the tutorial. If you could make a video, that would be GREAT (as I "get" it easier by actually "seeing" it being made).


I would love to see a video. Thank you for sharing your creativity.


Hi Julie! WOW!!! You did an excellent job and I love every aspect of each page. This is the first card sample that has now made me NEED to make this card! I really appreciate the time it took you to make it, and show it. Thank you so much for this inspiration. You totally rock!

Angi~Mistress of Mayhem

Would love to see a video on making this card! Thanks for the picture tutorial. Can't wait to try it! Hope to get it right the first time :)

Gail R.

Thanks Julie...The is great, but I do hope you decide to do a video tutorial. :)
Thanks again!


Oh yea!!! a video would be great!!!


so neat thanks, I want to give this a try for a card for my sister this summer!

Linda L

Hi Julie,


I have wanted to try making these for so long, but had NO idea how to even begin to assemble them. Now I can give it a try!

Thanks again!

P.S. Video of the assembly and decorating processes would be fabulous!


Please, please, please make a video tutorial. You are so amazing in all that you do, but I will never get this one without a video tutorial. Thanks for sharing this one.

Melissa Ann Smith

Please do a video. I think I understand the construction of base but how to decorate each view? Do you have to score the pieces and cut to size?


I watched the video of how it works, but would LOVE to see you do a video of how to make it (in addition to the tutorial above). So my vote: video please!

bonnie weiss

You need never-ending patience to figure this one out. We just made one at our bi-weekly workshop and I am so happy that the workshop leader knew what she was doing. In the end, it's a gorgeous card but getting there can be rather daunting. The video makes it easier ... thanks, Julie.

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