Trifold Card for Mother’s Day

Morning everyone,
So disappointed in my FB live last night all was working well before and after but the FB video live had no vision but did have sound.  Oh well, pick myself up dust myself off and get on with it!

Here is the card I made last night and the instructions for you if you wish to make it yourself.  It is a wow factor card I think as when I have made it previously and done classes, it has proved to be a “Wynner” hahahah!

For this card I used the retiring Painted with Love DSP, the bird and sentiment and floral dies are from the Petal Palette and the heart is from the Woodcrate framelits.   The Cardstock is Very Vanilla and Calypso Coral.

Hope you like it.  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.

It’s a Billy day today (Grandson babysitting) and thought we would do a bit of cooking as we are going away camping this weekend.  I got up early this morning to photograph and do the blog because when it’s a Billy day you don’t have time for much else but occupying this very active 2 year old.  Love him and all our grandchildren so much as they give us so much pleasure!!

Hope you have a great day!

Materials
Cardstock
Glue
DSP (Designer Series Paper) or patterned paper

 

METHOD
• Cut card stock to 10½ inches by 5½ inches.
• On the long side score at 1¾ , 3½, 7, and 8¾ (Long side at top of scoreboard)
• Burnish all folds
• With paper trimmer, measure 1½ inches in and cut from first score line down to last score line
• Turn and do the same on other side.

Measurements for decorative card and DSP as follows.

Cardstock:
2 @ 1½” x 5¼”
2 @ 2½ x 2 ¼”

DSP:
2 @ 1¼” x 5″
4 @1½ x 1¼”
2@ 3¼” x 13/8″

nb.  Thank you to Pinterest for this image.

Trifold Card Pattern Image

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