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Aug
10

Trifold Shutter Card

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I have seen a few of these fancy folded cards on some websites lately and talked myself into giving one a try.  I got myself mentally prepared for a morning of intense crafting, set up my area with the necessary tools, and made sure my girls had everything they needed so they could give me a good hour of uninterrupted “working” time.  I reviewed the steps and started.  Next thing I knew I was finished!!  I swear this fancy fold has only two steps!

I used a 5 1/2″ x 12″ piece of Pale Plum.  Placed 4 score lines at 2″, 4″, 8″, 10″; turned the piece 90 degress and cut between the first and last score lines at 1 1/2″;  turned it 180 degrees and cut between the score lines on that end…finished…completed…all done…the end!!!

In my opinion, having such an impressive card really should be more difficult.  It should definitely take more than 2 minutes to create such a masterpiece, don’t you agree???!!!  It did make the stamp club project list this year though so those who sign up will get a chance to make this wonderfully easy project as well.  I can’t wait to start stamp club again!!

Supplies: All Holidays & Baroque Motifs stamp sets, Pale Plum cardstock, Cottage Wall dsp, Old Olive grograin ribbon, Sizzix Daisy diecut, Rich Razzleberry cardstock, 1/2″ circle cutter and Rhinestone brad.

TTFN!

Natasha

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Comments

  1. Anna/Oma says:

    When I made mine, I was amazed at how easy it was! The hardest part was measuring the panels to cut the designer paper to put on it. I love this one – love the colours and embellishments. I still need to take a picture of mine and post it on my blog.

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