Thursday, June 9, 2011

Video Tutorial: How to Convert Owl Box into Owl Card


So I really wanted to add this tutorial to my Owl Card post yesterday but due to time constraints, I wasn't able to finish it. I did managed to get it done today so here is the video tutorial for you:

(Tip: To get a clearer screening of the video, after you click on the Play button, change the setting from 360p to 720p HD:


You may notice that the method is very similar to popping up a butterfly wing. In case you missed that tutorial , you can read about it by clicking here.

By the way, I had also used Make-the-Cut to modify the cat from that Lettering Delights Animal Bags and Boxes SVG set..

Compared to the owl, it is actually fairly easy to modify the cat bag into a card as there is no pop-out element. The only difference is that when forming the card base, just make a copy of the pink cat/belly layer and weld it to the body of the cat. Make sure to align the layers first (Align Left, then Align Bottom), before welding.


I have not tried to modify the other animal bags in the Animal Bags and Boxes SVG set but I would think that it is possible to convert them into cards. If this tutorial has helped you to make your animal cards, do post a picture on my Facebook wall or point me to your blog post. If you don't have a Facebook account or a blog, feel free to email me too. This SVG set is one of my favorites and I would love to see the cards that you made out of it. :-)


6 comments :

  1. What a Hoot!!! Sorry couldn't resist, they are adorable and love the bright colors.

    Thank you for the tutorial, Hugs, Lori m

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  2. Such a cute idea and a great way to add another use for this set! I'll definitely give this a try! Thanks for the tutorial:)

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  3. Wow, I tried it yesterday, but could not manage it of course! Now I will give it a try! Thanks so much! Bye! Anne-Marie
    annemariejeukenvissers@yahoo.com

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  4. I love your tutorials they are very informative. Thank you for sharing :)

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  5. The cat card would be really cute for a young kids card. Thanks for the idea!

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  6. Jin, You rock! Thank you for the great ideas and the helpful tip. Thank you and thank you some more!

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