Card Toonz – Professional Nuttyness Plane Workshop


Today`s workshop is a simple on – but just really to show a nice way to add dimension very easily

I have used the Card Toonz – Professional Nuttyness Cd by Andy Carolan and made a fun card great for a little boy or even like some of my family who are plane mad would love this

1. First print of the sheet from the bear section of toppers – I have used glossy photo paper

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2. Cut each part of the already prepared for you decoupage pieces – I like to curve the pieces with the edge of my closed decoupage snips

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3. Compile the pieces together – I use silicone glue and allow to set

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4. Take a piece of thick acetate and trim a 1cm strip of the edge of the sheet

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5. Now fold over at about 1.5cm`s and crease the acetate – then mount the blue card onto your mirri board

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6. Now attach the acetate strip onto the back of the mounted board – I find cellotape best for this

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7. Bring the Acetate forward and hold the plane at an angle at the place you want it to end up – then trim away the excess – keep the cut of bit as you can make smaller ones on different style cards – then attach the plane to the front of the acetate and secure with tape again

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8. Mount using double sided foam tape the board onto your base card and then add clouds from the cd ( they are from the train section ) and then add on foam pads the 2 smaller planes which come on the same sheet as the main image – and finish with the Bear airways tag

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Thanks for looking at another workshop – more tomorrow

Suzanne

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8 thoughts on “Card Toonz – Professional Nuttyness Plane Workshop

  1. Oh this is wonderful Suzanne! I must get this CD! Was never quite sure how this was done…mant thanks for another great tutorial!
    Sheila x

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