Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Wishing You Tri-Shutter Cards for Christmas & Birthday

Have you tried the Tri-Shutter card yet? Once you figure out the cuts and scores (make sure to watch my video tutorial here to learn how), you'll be making these fun fold cards for all occasions! I used the "Wishing You" stamp set from the Holiday Catalog to create two different versions of the Tri-Shutter card: one for Christmas and one for birthday.
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The sentiments in the "Wishing You" stamp set are for Christmas, but if you change the colors on the stack of gifts, you could easily use that stamp for a birthday! Here, I paired it with the Birthday Basics Designer Paper.
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In case you missed it the first time, here is the video tutorial to show you how to cut and score the cardstock to make the Tri-Shutter card.

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3 comments:

papermadeprettier said...

These are adorable

papermadeprettier said...

These are adorable

Mitzi Luttrull said...

I LOVE the Tri-Shutter fold! One of my favs! Thanks for showing how easy it can be done.