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Tri-fold card variation

April 20, 2023

Yesterday on my Facebook Live, I shared some cards made using instructions I found on Maria’s Crafting Corner. It is a fun fold to play with and just slightly stepped up from a traditional tri-fold card. I cut my card base from Basic White 12″ x 12″ card following Maria’s instructions. I added layers of Gold Fine Shimmer Paper and Fancy Flora 6″ x 6″ Designer Series Paper to each panel. To decorate the front of the card, I cut Basic White card using the largest circle from the Layering Circle Dies and Gold Fine Shimmer Paper using the largest scalloped circle.

I stamped the greeting from the Enjoy The Rhythm stamp set onto the Basic White circle using Calypso Coral ink. I attached the circles together and attached them to the card front. I stamped the solid flower from the Two-Tone Flora stamp set onto Basic White card four times using Daffodil Delight ink.

I stamped the detailed floral image over the top using Calypso Coral ink. I stamped the leaf image from the Two-Tone Flora stamp set four times onto Basic White card using Soft Sea Foam ink. All of the images were cut out using the co-ordinating Two-Tone Flora Dies. I attached two flowers and two leaves to the stamped Basic White circle. One flower and leaf is attached using dimensionals. I created the second folding panel from the Gold Fine Shimmer Paper. I stamped a greeting from the Charming Sentiments stamp set onto the inside using Calypso Coral ink before attaching the panel to the card base. I attached the last two flowers and leaves to the front of the Gold Fine Shimmer Paper so that they don’t show when the card is closed.

What fun cards to create. I am sure I will be using this fold in the future.

Bye for now,


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