Oh So Succulent Video Tutorial: Tunnel Card Technique

Did you see the Tunnel Card directions that I posted last week?  I have another Tunnel Card project to share with you – this time featuring the Oh So Succulent stamp set, which is the feature for my Stamps in the Mail Club during March.

This version of a pop-up card includes an insert that creates an instant focal point – whatever you want to feature goes right in the center.  Be sure to watch the video for two additional samples – featuring the Cupcakes & Carousels product suite from the Occasions Catalog. 

Looking for the brief directions?  Here’s what you need to know for making a Tunnel Card:

  • Cut card base to 4 ¼” x 8 ½”. 
  • Cut Pool Party insert to 3 ¾” x 8”. Score insert at 2”, 4” and 6” and use large circle thinlit to cut a hole in the center panel, centered on the 4” score line. 

Watch the video tutorial for details on making the Tunnel Card – plus tips on faux layering the Oh So Succulent flowers.

Can’t see the video correctly?  No problem, click here to view it directly on YouTube.  Don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel while you’re there!

With Stamps in the Mail Club, all the pieces are included – ready to stamp.  You’ll even get the ink and stamp set.  Just add your own adhesive and scissors and you’ll be stamping!  Already have the Oh So Succulent stamp set or ink?  No problem!  Just pick out another Stampin’ Up! item from your Wish List and you’ll receive that item with your kit instead. Learn more.

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2 thoughts on “Oh So Succulent Video Tutorial: Tunnel Card Technique”

    • Hi Edwina – Sorry, but that set is retired! Stampin’ Up! keeps some sets available longer than others, and that set was only out last spring. Be sure to keep an eye out for the next round of ‘retiring’ stamp sets – with a list posting on April 8 for stamps retiring from the current Annual Catalog.

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