Sunday, August 30, 2009

Tri-fold card

This was a very easy card! And it turned out so cute! There's no stamping at all! See below for instructions.

Copywrite Stampin' Up!© 1989-2009

Copywrite Stampin' Up!© 1989-2009

It's actually very easy when you follow the just looks confusing.

I used the Trifold-shutter-card instuctions from Sandy Hancock's blog.

Here's written instructions:

Score a 5 ½” x 12” rectangle of card stock at 4” and 8”.
Cut a slit 1” from each long edge, starting at 2” and ending 10”.

Score above and below that slit.
Fold on all scored lines of the top and bottom sections, alternating Mountain and Valley folds.

The two center score lines between the slits are folded in the opposite directions.
You may also cut the slit at 1 ¼” or 1 ½” in depth, depending on the size of the images you want to use to decorate the card.
For a different style of Tri-Fold, score at 2”, 4”, 8”, and 10”.
The 2 and 10” folds are Mountain.

The 4” and 8” folds are Valley folds.

Clear as mud?

Copywrite Stampin' Up!© 1989-2009

Recipe ~All supplies Stampin' Up!© unless otherwise noted~
Stamps none

Ink none
Cardstock Whisper White, Apricot Appeal

Designer Series Paper Delicate Dots (Sale-A-Bration 2009)
Sizzix Big Shot Stampin' Up! Flower Folds (exclusive to Stampin' Up!)
Punches 1" Circle
Accessories SNAIL Adhesive, 12" Cutter, Stylus

Thanks for looking.


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