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2009-04-23 TRI Shutter card sample & tutorial


Jan Webb in LateNightStampers showed a card sample of something called a TRI Shutter Card. It looks more like a Quad Fold Card; but that’s just me. Just by a few folds and cuts it makes this great fold. I found some written instructions but to make it really easy to understand I took some photos. Wait till you see how easy this really is and the wonderful results.

Start with a 12″ long piece of card stock that is 5 1/2″ tall. This size will fit into a standard invitation size envelope when all folded.
Score at 2″, 4″, 8″ and 10″
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Turn the card stock and now measure 1 1/2″ in from the long side. Use your craft knife and make a slit starting at the 2″ score and bring it down to the 10″ score mark. Make sure to do this on BOTH long sides.
2009-04-23    Quad Fold Card (3)

This picture shows the mountain & valley folds much easier than can be written out. Just take a look and make your folds as pictured.
2009-04-23    Quad Fold Card (4)

Now I’ve added decorative scrapbook papers (DSP) to each of the surfaces of the card. I made sure to leave a little boarder around each piece of the DSP; 1 for looks and 2 so that when the card is folded the DSP won’t buckle.
2009-04-23    Quad Fold Card (5)

Stamped and embellished. This view shows me looking down on the card so you can see all of the 3-d folds.
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I’ve laid the card flat for photographing so you can see all the decorations.
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I’ve got the card tipped a little bit for photographing, but this is the open view while standing.
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Here’s how the card looks all folded up and ready to be inserted into an envelope.
2009-04-23    Quad Fold Card (6)

Flourish’s by Autumn Leaves;
“Just Because” by The Angel Company (TAC);
“Just a little note…” by D.O.T.S. n/k/a Close to my Heart.

DSP =’s The Slab III by ProvoCraft
Cuttlebug butterfly die cut & embossing folder
paper flowers
glass leaf beads & jump rings
brass colored heart shaped paper clip
gold micro glitter

TEMPLATE USING 11″ CARD STOCK: Full card front with 11″ card stock sample

IN ADDITION: since my original post I have been featured as a guest on SplitCoastStampers. Here is the link to the technique challenge: Monday Technique (5-19-09) TRI Shutter Card
and the link to the gallery showing dozens of samples of this style of card: SplitCoastStampers TLC221 Gallery



N-E-W!! VIDEO TUTORIAL! Beate Johns was kind enough to make a complete video tutorial on my TRI Shutter card sample. It is hosted on under resources.

Here is the direct link: Video Tutorial on TRI Shutter Card

You’ll need to scroll down the page past the photo tutorial (don’t forget to look at the newest version of TRI Shutter card that I made along with a fan fold flower!); at the bottom you will see the video.

Not only does she make another wonderful sample for you to see, but you get to hear her cute little accent!

172 Comments leave one →
  1. 2009/04/23 6:28 am

    OMG!!!!! That is gorgeous. How about you demoing for me next time we get together? Of course, we have lots of other stuff to share as well!!!!

  2. Anna permalink
    2009/04/23 8:57 am


  3. 2009/04/23 10:27 am

    This is awesome. Looks like a lot of work.

  4. Chrissy Bornfleth permalink
    2009/04/23 2:09 pm

    Really cool card Bonnie…..thanks for posting all the instructions with pictures!! I need to try this.

  5. 2009/04/23 3:08 pm

    Absolutely beautiful!

  6. Angela B permalink
    2009/04/23 3:19 pm

    I am such a “show me” learner and you did such a great job with the photos. I appreciate the time you took to create the tutorial – I can’t wait to try it out. Your example is gorgeous!!!

  7. 2009/04/23 3:21 pm

    Awesome project. Great Work!

  8. 2009/04/23 3:21 pm

    (jumping up and down)
    You’re the folding GODDESS!!! I’ve been seeing this on splitcoast and on blogs, and printed the pictures to try it this weekend. OMGosh, you’ve made my week. I love your dangling charm on the inside edge there.

  9. Sharon permalink
    2009/04/23 3:36 pm

    Woweeeeeee! I may just have to try this…..I bet my friend’s and family will think I’m a genius!!!! LOL Thanks for sharing.

  10. 2009/04/23 3:48 pm

    Bonnie~This is such a wonderful tutorial. And the card??? Just spectacular. I love the whole thing!! I’ve seen this design on many sites lately, but none as beautiful as what you’ve created here.
    Thank you for sharing all of this. I LOVE YOUR WORK!!
    ~Kathie McGuire

  11. Sheena permalink
    2009/04/23 4:11 pm

    Oh my goodness… I have to look at my list of upcoming occasions to make this for a special someone indeed! Wow.

  12. 2009/04/23 4:37 pm

    Simply gorgeous and when I get back home I will for sure give it a try.

  13. 2009/04/23 7:46 pm

    thank you so much for creating this card to fit in an A2 envie….

  14. 2009/04/23 9:40 pm

    What a great card! I might have to do a little casing of my own:)

  15. 2009/04/24 10:58 am

    Oh, WOW! This is amazing! I can’t wait to make this! Your instructions are fantastic and your card is absolutely gorgeous! I am also glad you showed what happened when you had an element larger than the section it was on (lower butterfly) – nothing bad happened – it just overlapped! I love that look! I would like to make one of these, show it on my blog and send others here to see instructions and your card. Would that be ok? I hope so!

    Joy –

    • 2009/04/24 11:17 am

      Joy, Thank you so much for your kind comments! Yes, please do a link to my blog for the instructions, that way I will be able to check back and see other ideas.

  16. Dee permalink
    2009/04/24 11:21 am

    magnificent!!! thanks for the awesome tut

  17. Becky permalink
    2009/04/24 12:27 pm

    This card is absolutely awesome…thank you SO much for the tutorial…this will be my first weekend project!

  18. Chris permalink
    2009/04/24 4:57 pm

    This is breath-taking!!1 I love it. Thanks for the directions. I want to make one for my desk at work. It is a piece of freestanding artwork. You made my day. Thank You!
    Chris from Kennebunk, Maine
    Seaside Stamper

  19. 2009/04/24 6:00 pm

    HOLY Quad Fold This is BEAUTIFUL!! AMAZING!! WOW!!
    I hope I can do it. WOW WOW WOW!!!
    Thank U for Sharing!! I wish U could show me HOW n person too..:O)

  20. 2009/04/24 6:53 pm

    OOO OOOO OOOO I made One I made one..IT is not as pretty as yours BUT I IS VERY HAPPY!! I made it for my sister’s birthday. I will try to post it on my blog tonight.. With a link back to U!!

  21. 2009/04/24 8:19 pm

    Thanks for sharing this beautiful card an the tutorial.
    I will try to make it today. Hope it will out as ubelievable beautiful as yours.
    Thanks form Bali

  22. 2009/04/24 10:35 pm

    I have tried to make this one, no luck, is there a video from this card on Youtube?

  23. Anne Pavlosky permalink
    2009/04/25 9:18 am

    I just tried make this card and can’t believe how easy it is to make. Great instruction. And your card is fabulous. It really inspired me to try it. Thanks for sharing.

  24. 2009/04/26 3:42 am

    OMG this is beautiful. I was just on a friends blog who has just made a card like this and put a link on her blog to here. She did say it was easy to make but I thought no way will I be able to make that!! But your directions especially the pictures make it real easy to understand.
    I will defo try this now.
    Thank you for taking the time to do this tutorial.
    Lora x

  25. 2009/04/27 8:40 pm

    Simply gorgeous. Thank you so much for the tutorial.

  26. 2009/04/28 2:49 pm

    Your card is wonderful! I did get one made but no where near as fancy.

  27. Geraldine permalink
    2009/04/29 10:56 am

    This is just too cool!
    I keep looking at it over and over again.
    Can’t wait till I have the time to try one.

  28. Rockin Robin permalink
    2009/04/29 9:39 pm

    Bonnie…that is one of the most stunning pieces I have seen in a long time. What is this kind of card called? It is amazing. Thanks for the “destructions”. I will try one myself on my day off!!! Hisses, Rockin Robin

  29. 2009/05/07 8:20 am

    Stunning Card! Wonderful Instructions, easy to follow. Thank You


  30. Mandiannie permalink
    2009/05/07 12:12 pm

    Just wanted to say thanks for the lovely tutorial. A friend of mine made one of these cards and I fell in love with it. She pointed me to your blog so I could make one too. I hope it’s ok if I posted a link to your blog on one of the message boards that I post my work on. They wanted to know how I made the card so I pointed them to your blog for the tutorial.
    My card is posted on
    Thanks again for the wonderful and easy to follow tutorial.

  31. lydia permalink
    2009/05/10 10:15 pm

    Stunning card..I have to give it a try ..Thanks for Sharing!!

  32. Jess permalink
    2009/05/11 1:09 pm

    This is beautiful!!! I had never seen anything like it before. Got the directions and gonna give it a try. Thanks so much for making it so clear!

  33. Heidi Kimmerly permalink
    2009/05/11 11:27 pm

    Thank you so much for the tutorial on this awesome card! It is just magnificent! Thank you for sharing!

  34. 2009/05/12 6:30 pm

    Bonnie this is a gorgeous card my friend Cheryl and followed your tutorial and showed me today how to make one I could not beleive how something so gorgeous could be so easy here is a link to mine if you would like to see

  35. 2009/05/14 10:36 am

    Wow! Thanks so much for sharing. I hope mine turns out half as good as yours.

  36. 2009/05/14 10:41 am

    Wow, spectacular card! Thanks for the tutorial!

  37. 2009/05/15 2:55 pm

    One of the most gorgeous cards I’ve ever seen. BRAVO!!!!!

  38. StampinCathy permalink
    2009/05/18 6:26 am

    This is just beautiful. Thanks for the easy to follow tutorial.

  39. Linda Riesgraf permalink
    2009/05/18 8:00 am

    OMG! I just saw this on the SCS challenge for today and am seriously considering going home “sick” from work so I can make one! This is absolutely stunning. Thank you so much for the wonderful tutorial!
    (aka: Doodledop)

  40. 2009/05/18 9:53 am

    Thanks so much for sharing this beautiful tutorial!

  41. Pam permalink
    2009/05/18 10:35 am

    Awesome…thanks for the easy to follow tutorial and for sharing this with us. Absolutely love it!!!

  42. Jan Stevenson permalink
    2009/05/18 10:50 am

    I cannot complement you enough…. you are so clear on your tut….. I will be carding all night with this pattern, you make it soooooooooooooooooo easy.
    Thank you

  43. Cyn permalink
    2009/05/18 12:21 pm

    Fan-tally-astic ! Wow!

  44. nancy littrell permalink
    2009/05/18 2:15 pm

    Wow! What a fantastic card design. I can’t wait to try at one of my hostess club parties. The girls would “Flip” over this project. BTW, all your cards were gorgeous. TFS very, very much 🙂

  45. 2009/05/18 3:29 pm

    I am speechless! Each section is a work of art in itself. Thank you soooo much for sharing.

  46. Celeste Gutt --------mamacelestedewey permalink
    2009/05/18 6:11 pm

    Thanks for this wonderfull template this card will make a lot of people Happy when they receive it from whoever make one…

    Thannks again,

  47. 2009/05/19 8:13 am

    WOW!!! Amazing card and wonderful tutorial.


  48. bMelton permalink
    2009/05/19 8:45 am

    I love this card. I would love to be added to your blog list, but I can’t seem to find out how. I use feed burner to follow other blogs. Could you please e-mail me with exactly how I could be added to your list. Thanks in advance, bMelton,

  49. 2009/05/19 10:25 am

    Thank you for the awsome tutorial…. I love making this style of card. Will definetly make this again.

  50. 2009/05/19 10:48 am

    Absolutely gorgeous. Thanks for sharing the card and the instructions.

  51. 2009/05/19 1:13 pm

    The TLC 221 in your “search” comes up with “no matches found”. Any other ideas of where more samples of this amazing card would be?
    Thanks so much!! Pam

  52. Marie Taylor permalink
    2009/05/19 1:18 pm

    Wow! Wow! Wow! I HAVE to try this. Thanks for sharing!

  53. 2009/05/19 2:49 pm

    A great, wonderful card! Thanks a lot for the tutorial

  54. Beverly Stewart permalink
    2009/05/19 2:54 pm

    This is utterly fabulous! I’m so glad Lynn featured it on SCS or I would never have seen it! Thanks for sharing!!!

  55. Angel Eyes permalink
    2009/05/20 4:36 am

    I have just been on someone elses site and they gave this link…Wow what a fantastic card,,,I will try this one….thanks for sharing…Angel Eyes…xxx…

  56. bmel permalink
    2009/05/20 1:29 pm

    Love your work. Wish I could get signed up to receive your e-mail’s, but haven’t been able to do that. I have gotten a WorldPress account now, but can’t seem to get your mail to come. Have a great day. bmel

  57. Lalia permalink
    2009/05/20 6:24 pm

    Wow. I’ve seen this before, but your instructions just make it completely do-able!!!! thanks!

  58. 2009/05/21 9:20 am

    Wow! That is absolutely incredible and amazing! Thank you very much for sharing tutorial!

  59. Dorothy T permalink
    2009/05/22 7:06 pm

    I love the TRI shutter card template. Thanks for sharing

  60. Anne Thompson permalink
    2009/05/23 8:40 am

    I loved your tutorial, and am going to have to give it a try.

  61. 2009/05/24 2:12 pm

    Thank you so much for an excellent tutorial, this is my first successful folding card!

  62. 2009/05/26 9:09 am

    Hello from Finland 🙂
    I just stop by your great blog, an d saw this tutorial.
    I love it 🙂 I made my version, it was really fun , thank you so much 🙂

    Have a nice day 🙂

  63. 2009/05/27 11:47 am

    OMG!! This is beautiful!!! I love how you added the charms – PERFECT!! Thank you so much for the tutorial. Will be perfect for Mom’s Birthday in August!!

  64. 2009/05/27 4:12 pm

    Funny how I have the same stamps, but never made a card with them that looked this good! Thanks for the instructions and the inspiration. I plan to CASE it soon!

  65. 2009/05/27 6:45 pm

    Thank you for an awesome tutorial! Your design is gorgeous. I cannot wait to make my own!
    Hugs, Jeannie

  66. 2009/05/28 8:04 am


  67. Michaela permalink
    2009/05/29 3:20 pm

    Just followed your tri shutter card instructions – amazing. The instructions are so easy to follow. Thank you so much
    Michaela x

  68. 2009/05/29 4:33 pm

    Oh Wow…this card is stunning. Thanks for the tut, I will definetly have to try this out.

  69. 2009/05/30 12:37 pm

    Wow! Just signed up to Stampin Up, so new beginner. Found you through one of their forums. Do you have a website? You create absolutely breathtaking art. Vicki

  70. 2009/05/31 4:14 am

    Wow your card is awesome and your tut is so clear, thank you so much for sharing.
    Nicola -x-

  71. 2009/05/31 5:09 am

    WOW this is awesome! Thanks for such a great pic tutorial!

  72. 2009/06/01 2:48 pm

    Hello from Sweden 😀
    OMG!! Beautiful! Probably the best folding I’ve ever seen! Thank you soooo much for inspiring me.
    Hugs, Nelle

  73. 2009/06/02 10:20 am

    What a fantastic card, I’ve just printed off the instructions and can’t wait to start. I will share it with my card making friends tomorrow evening.

  74. Dee permalink
    2009/06/02 11:57 am

    Absolutely Gorgeous Card!!!
    I love the style..
    Wonderful sample and tutorial 🙂
    Thanks for Sharing!

  75. Val permalink
    2009/06/02 3:08 pm

    That is a really beautiful card!! I HAVE to use this technique now!
    Thank you for sharing it!

  76. 2009/06/03 1:26 pm

    This is absolutely beautiful. Never saw this cut on a card, but most fanscinating is the way you decorated the card. I love every touch you added. Thanks for sharing. Glad I came along your site! Have a great day!


  77. Donna permalink
    2009/06/03 4:31 pm

    Exquisite card! Great directions too.

  78. 2009/06/04 4:20 pm

    It is a work of art, I love it. Can’t wait to try one.

  79. 2009/06/04 9:34 pm

    Hello, not sure if its my machine or that the links in the addition part of this post tell me its broken. Gorgeous card by the way, I love it

  80. 2009/06/08 2:21 pm

    Wonderful as always. Here is my using mostly Stampin’ Up!

  81. 2009/06/09 7:52 am

    Thanks for the tutorial, what a fab idea. Had to test it!! =)
    Hugs, SannaS

  82. 2009/06/10 5:08 am

    This is a wonderful tutorial, thank you! I love picture rich tutorials, much easier for me to get the idea 🙂 This went to my bookmarks immediately!


  83. 2009/06/10 5:25 am

    Thanks so much for this toturial can’t wait to try this out. Your card is just beautiful!

  84. 2009/06/10 11:09 am

    Thanks so much for creating this tutorial. I’ve seen so many beautiful cards using this fold. I’m working on one now…

  85. Mrs. Carlos Haun permalink
    2009/06/11 10:33 pm

    I LOVE this card! I have been stamping for 20+ years and have never seen a card like this. What a wonderful cut and fold! What size envelope does this card fit?
    I normally make my cards the size of half a sheet of 8 1/2 x 11 paper, cut at 5 1/2 inches on the 11 inch side. Then I fold it, so the card is 4 1/4 x 5 1/2. Is that the size this one turns out to be, or will I need a larger envelope? I’ve got to try this one when I get a bit of time! Can’t wait! chaun

  86. 2009/06/12 12:39 pm

    I just LOVE your blog, Bonnie and particularly this card template. I have made three since I discovered it a couple of days ago. Here’s a link to my first attempt (which I’m VERY proud of, btw). 🙂

    Thanks so much for sharing!


  87. 2009/06/13 5:50 am

    Thanks for much for your explanation and pics.
    Will definately give this a try.

  88. cajunstampingqueen permalink
    2009/06/15 8:19 pm

    Ok so I just foud your page and I am in awe. I can not wait to try some of your techniques. Thank you so much for sharing

  89. Tiffany permalink
    2009/06/16 7:11 pm

    LOVE this card! I made it for my MIL’s b-day this month. She thought it was SUPER cool. Here’s my link….
    Tri-fold B-day card for Juneby

  90. 2009/06/17 3:09 am

    Hi I just think these are so gorgeous! TFS and thanks for the fab tutorial. I made my very first one of these today. You can see it at Sue’s Stampin’ Designs

  91. 2009/06/17 3:10 am

    Hope to see more of these as they are great and so easy to make!

  92. Chelle permalink
    2009/06/18 9:47 pm

    Awesome card & great tutorial … thanks so much for sharing!

  93. 2009/06/20 11:50 am

    I am so excited!!!!! I LOVE to stamp and create cards for any/all occasions and I just know this technique is going to lend itself to all kinds of new ideas…..Thanks soooooo much!

  94. Judy permalink
    2009/06/21 1:15 pm

    This card is really beautiful! Thank you for sharing the directions.

  95. 2009/06/21 4:11 pm

    Thank you for all your hard work!
    This truely lovely !!!
    Can’t wat to try it….. TR

  96. mary anne permalink
    2009/06/22 9:18 pm

    This is the most drop dead darling idea I have EVER seen. Am outta here to make one right this minute. Thank you thank you thank you for this amazingly clear tutorial.

  97. 2009/06/24 5:36 am

    Amazing card! Thank you so much for the tutorial!

  98. Marian permalink
    2009/06/25 5:03 am

    TOTALLY Gorgeous!! Everything inch of it is awesome, Bonnie!

  99. 2009/06/25 1:05 pm

    thank you for sharing this, it’s a great tutorial.

  100. luis permalink
    2009/06/26 10:52 am

    great idea..

  101. 2009/06/26 5:36 pm

    Lovely card. I’d love to put a link on my blog to yours if that’s okay.


  102. Karen W permalink
    2009/07/01 11:10 am

    This is wonderful, I just made a scenic one and I love it. Thanks so much for the tutorial.

  103. Diane permalink
    2009/07/03 8:47 am

    Great card. I just love to make cards that do something besides just open with a message. i just learned the joy fold card and love it. Thanks for great instructions.

  104. Kelly permalink
    2009/07/04 1:43 pm

    This is great. My friend just e-mail me your page. She made it also. It was so easy. Thanks for such great instructions!!

  105. 2009/07/04 4:43 pm

    WOW! this is a stunning card! thanks for the great instructions and pics!

  106. JeanneLee permalink
    2009/07/09 9:22 am

    Wonderful directions!! I love this card…TFS!!

  107. 2009/07/09 9:15 pm

    this is a truely beautiful card, thanks for sharing this.

  108. Cristi permalink
    2009/07/10 12:44 pm

    WOW!!!!! I LOVE… LOVE… LOVE this! I can’t wait to try it out and show my friends! It’s a perfect card to make for all the weddings we have coming up!! It’s sophisticated yet simple! Thanx for sharing!

  109. pat m permalink
    2009/07/10 11:07 pm

    Thanks for the tutorial, it’s so much easier with the scorpal! Come look what I’ve done since reading your tutorial!
    Pat’s Blog

  110. Kattia Martínez permalink
    2009/07/17 10:12 am

    Muy interesante tu tarjeta me gusta mucho, tratare de hacerla, no te escribo en inglés porque no lo se, muchas gracias por el tutorial

  111. 2009/07/20 9:00 am

    Thank you for sharing the instructions on the shutter / panel card! I have been playing with it all weekend, and find that the consept has endless possibilities. Thanks so much!

    Happy stmping always from

    Marit in Norway

  112. vera permalink
    2009/07/21 9:14 am

    Just amazing how a few cuts and folds can create a truly fantastic card idea Now am off to try it out x

  113. 2009/07/22 9:15 am

    Absolutely stunning – your instructions are very clear. I wish I was at home making one instead of being still at work!

  114. 2009/07/23 8:09 pm

    This is astonishingly beautiful! Thank you for sharing the tutorial.

  115. Carole Dodgson permalink
    2009/07/24 10:02 am

    WOW Brilliant thanks for sharing x

  116. 2009/07/26 7:09 am

    Thanks for the instruction. It was a realy lovely card.

  117. 2009/07/27 12:11 pm

    Hi Bonnie!

    I linked your blog on mine, showing a card I made using your template design. What an amazing crafter you are! Thanks.

  118. Teri Leader permalink
    2009/08/09 10:45 am

    What a beautiful card. TFS,

  119. vera permalink
    2009/08/10 8:13 am

    Thanks for sharing this. I have done it and its turned out fantastic. I cant thankyou enough for this its so versatile and very different which is what I look for.

    Vera xx

  120. 2009/08/10 10:53 am

    AWESOME thanks bunches for having this posted!!

  121. Melanie permalink
    2009/08/10 10:16 pm

    Beautiful card, Love all the detail! You are Amazing! Thanks for Sharing!!

  122. 2009/08/17 10:04 pm

    Absolutely stunning card!!!!!
    I will sure be making some of these soon…….lol.
    Hugs, Millie..

  123. Viola A permalink
    2009/08/18 7:37 pm

    I just love your card. Such a wonderful creative idea. Thanks for sharing with all.

  124. 2009/08/19 8:35 am

    This is such a wonderful tutorial. Thanks so much for posting it. I made my first tri-fold card and loved doing it!!

  125. 2009/08/24 9:58 pm

    Hi I would like permission to link to this blog from my webstore. What a great reason for a nonscrapbooker to buy some of the amazing 12 x 12 cardstock sold at

    Please email me to give permission. Thank you

    the PaperTemtpress

  126. 2009/09/02 8:20 pm

    Thank you for this fabulous tutorial.

  127. Jan Stevenson permalink
    2009/09/26 7:57 am

    wonderful instructions, going to try this right now… TFS

  128. mauistamper permalink
    2009/09/28 4:42 pm

    Thanks so much for this beautiful tutorial and the variations. It was a great success at my hostess club last week and I’ve posted my version on my blog too.

  129. 2009/10/01 12:56 pm

    thanks for tutorial, very nice idea and beautiful card

  130. 2009/10/23 2:01 pm

    I found you through Google search. This is a great tutorial and a beautiful card! Thanks so much for sharing!

  131. jessica permalink
    2009/11/10 5:12 pm

    wow, thank you so much for sharing this! I just discovered your page and just had to try this one though I actually was going to get some sleep! well… this card can’t possibly stay undecorated until tomorrow so I think I have to do this now instead of getting some sleep. 😉 thanks again! take care!

  132. zillahsunshine permalink
    2009/11/11 2:16 am

    Your work is just beautiful, thanks for sharing. I am going to try to make one too.

  133. siempre2 permalink
    2009/11/28 12:26 pm

    Thank you for sharing this beauiful card. I and a few other women belong to a club “Sizzix Club’ we meet once a month. Our project for December is to make one of these cards to share with the others. I have never made one of these type of cards, but I am going to do my best by following your example. Very nice!

  134. Kailey Crowther permalink
    2009/12/06 10:48 pm

    Thanks for posting really simple instructions with fantastic photos with every step. Took me literally 5 minutes to cut and fold…now onto decorating!!

  135. Linda permalink
    2010/02/22 10:45 pm

    beautiful just beautiful I will have to get brave and give it a try

  136. 2010/05/10 9:27 am

    Hi there, is a pleasure to send you this message because I loved this card.
    And the wonderful tutorial that you posted, I managed to do it.
    His work is wonderful.
    Thanks for sharing!

  137. 2010/09/25 6:03 am

    Gorgeous card, fabulous tutorial! Love the dimension and layers!

  138. Gloria Taylor permalink
    2010/09/25 1:22 pm

    I am happy this email was sent to me. Now looking at this card has given me ideas for Christmas cards. Really creativity and love it.

  139. 2010/12/27 2:09 pm

    I used this tutorial to make my Christmas cards this year and they were a HUGE hit! So many people went out of their way to comment on the cards. I just wanted to say thanks a million for putting a tutorial online that was so easy to follow. Here are the cards I made in case you want to see:

  140. 2010/12/28 5:02 pm

    Hi! What creative thing can I say? Your work is creative, my words are powerless. It’s really amazing! 🙂

  141. valentina permalink
    2011/06/20 10:50 pm

    Hi, I loved the card, but I’m Chilean and I understand the measures cost. we use centimeters , maybe you could send it to me more clear. I’d appreciate it a lot

  142. 2011/08/31 7:47 am

    Je vais mettre votre blog en favoris, mes enfants et moi nous allons v�rifier souvent les mises � jour.

    This looked like French to me. Using Babble-fish this text translated as: I will put your blog in favourites, my children and me we often go v�rifier the settings � day.


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