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How to make a curved arch card

Make a Curved Arch Card

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I used A5 drawing block, it makes good card stock.

I used A5 drawing block, it makes good card stock.

Tear out a piece of drawing block, and fold into half. Rub the creases down with a ruler. Fold over to the other side and repeat to get neater creases.

Tear out a piece of drawing block, and fold into half. Rub the creases down with a ruler. Fold over to the other side and repeat to get neater creases.

Using a compass, I drew a quarter circle on the patterned paper with the radius as half of the length of the A5 paper, for a portrait card. The next picture will give you a better idea.

Using a compass, I drew a quarter circle on the patterned paper with the radius as half of the length of the A5 paper, for a portrait card. The next picture will give you a better idea.

The A5 paper has been folded into half, and the quarter circle fits the paper nicely. Cut out the quarter circle.

The A5 paper has been folded into half, and the quarter circle fits the paper nicely. Cut out the quarter circle.

Chipboards!

Chipboards!

I decided to paint the letters with nail polish because they would look a bit plain otherwise.

I decided to paint the letters with nail polish because they would look a bit plain otherwise.

Line up the letters along the arch as such, and glue down. Add any embellishments as you wish. This is another card which I made using the same steps. More card guides available on my profile!

  • A5 drawing block
  • Patterned paper
  • Ruler
  • Scissors
  • Compass
  • Glue
  • Chipboard letters
  • Embellishments (optional)