“Thank You” Tri – Shutter card tutorial by Bev

“Thank You” Tri – Shutter card tutorial by Bev

hi.. Bev here today to share another great style of card called tri shutter. I am sharing the printable instruction sheet and sharing the how to steps to this base card. I am thrilled to be on this amazing team of Creative Embellishments and  excited to use the fabulous products on my projects. These super small word sets make creating cards, mini albums and so many other projects fun to create with. This is an other great card base that is really easy to use and make stunning cards with. I hope you’ll join me again and try this one too.

Supply List:

Creative Embellishments Products

Chipboards:  ivy sprigs, thank you small sentiment words, a whole lotta heart border

Other: Blue Fern Studio Courtship Lane papers, lace, Tim Holtz ranger ink, flower, copic markers

So are you ready… starting with the cardstock base of 5.5″ x 12″ we will then score and per the instructions.

 

Above is step #3 on instruction sheet.. cutting on both sides between the marks.

 

And now we so the folding to form the shape below.

 

 

And it stand up too … what a fun designed style card.

If you want to make this card often.. then I suggest you make a 2nd base card, cut apart the pieces and size them down about 1/8″ on all sides to fit inside the base card shapes to leave a small white border all around.

When cutting pieces be sure to have some matching prints on the same size pieces. .. as per above.

Decorate to taste. Ink the edges for pop and contrast. Add accents and trims.. and sentiments and verses .. .what ever makes it you own creation. I chose to copic colour the chipboards and added some lace and a flower. Sometimes simple is beautiful.

In these shots you get a close up view of the details.

Thanks for stopping by.. be sure to check out these amazing small word sets that suit so many cards, mini albums and lots of other projects too.

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