Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Top Tip Tuesday Tri-Fold Shutter Card

Hello and welcome here! It's Challenge time at Top Tip Tuesday, this week the Challenge is to have more than 1 fold on your card/project. The Tutorial is a Tri-Fold Shutter Card by Janette.

Challenge - More Than 1 Fold
Tutorial - Tri-Fold Shutter Card

Here is my card to hopefully inspire you.
Card Size: 4" x 5.5"



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I was at a Craft Show this past weekend selling some of my handmade paper creations. It went very well, thank-you to those who stopped by and said 'Hi'!! Now I have to start restocking my card stash for next year. I'm in need of some teen girl cards, and I thought I would start right away with this card.


When open, the card measures 5.5" x 12". I changed up my measurements just slightly from the Top Tip Tutorial. I needed mine to fit in a regular envelope. The card base measures 5.5" x 12", I scored it at 2", 4", 8" & 10", I only measured 1.25" in from the edge to cut my slits (instead of 1.5")

I added Red Stickles on the frame edges, and gave her a red rhinestone ring...a ruby ring:) It's difficult to see, but I added Gold Ice Stickles to the corners of the Caning Pattern (around the sentiment 'Beautiful').
Recipe: CTMH PP-That's Amore, CTMH CS-Colonial White & Black, CTMH Ink-Black & Tulip, CTMH SS-Be Yourself, Distress Inks-Anique Linen, Marianne Designs Frame LR0116, Nestabilities-Labels 18, Martha Stewart Anywhere Punch-Caning Pattern, EK Success-Wrought Iron Corner Punch, Foam Squares, Red Stickles, Gold Ice Stickles, Red Rhinestones, Lace Ribbon.

Be sure to pop over to Top Tip Tuesday to check out the other great More Than 1 Fold DT creations. Don't forget to go back and add your creation to Mr. Linky for a chance at some great prizes!!

Enjoy,
Deneen

5 comments:

Brenda Frerichs said...

This card is something special. There is nothing ordinary about this card. I love the whole look and feel of this card. You've outdone yourself. Way to go! :-)

judy anderson said...

Super, super, super.

Samantha said...

GIRL! this is flipping fabulous! I really love it and so want to try one! thanks for all the wonderful inspiration! hugs me x

LaJanette said...

What a great great card! Love the colors and the sillouette is awesome! A great start to your collection. That smaller size is fab too!

Hugs;
Janette

tjhubner said...

This card is so very pretty. Love the colors and really every thing about it. Your very talented, keep sharing, and thank you, Joanie

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