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Making a Teepee card with the ScanNcut by Deb Hallett

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This teepee card was inspired by Lisa Cornwall’s Facebook live stream on Crafting Together With All Brands.

This teepee card can be made without using the ScanNCut, to do this you would need the following:

3 x 5 x 5 inch card scored diagonally for the base, glue together as shown in step 2.

2 x 4 5/8 x 4 5/8 inch and 1 1 3/4 x 1 3/4inch card cut diagonally for the mat layers

1 x 4 5/8 x 4 5/8 inch cut diagonally for the inside mat layer if required.

I decided to design the teepee card in Canvas Workspace to let my ScanNCut do the work, this also meant that I used less card stock. 

Supplies used to make the card
how to design the teepee card
Welded design ready to cut out our teepee card
Score lines added ready to make our card
design idea for the card

If you want to purchase Natalie’s Childsplay font it is available here.

All the cut stock ready to make our teepee card
Inserting magnets

 7. I added my magnets as shown in the above video clip. 

Magnets added to teepee card and front panels
Inside panels of Teepee card
Teepee card Finished ready to decorate
Teepee card Lay flat ready for posting
Teepee card Decorated
Teepee card Finished ready to go
Teepee card Finished ready to go

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