Hello and thanks for stopping by today. The project I have on hand to share with you has an elegant look that was really easy to achieve. By adding the pre-cut Delightfully Detailed laser-cut paper to this Tri Fold Card, the patterned paper transforms into a fun stepped up look that’s easy to achieve.
Tri Fold Card
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measurements for this project
(score at 3 1/2″ from both edges)
Delightfully Detailed laser-cut paper strips: 3″ wide
Balmy Blue cardstock layer: 3″ x 4″
Whisper White cardstock panel: 2 7/8″ x 3 7/8″
Easy and elegant Tri Fold Card
The inspiration for this project was born from the First Frost stamp set. I really like the roses in this unique stamp set and they also carry a delicate feel for me. Building on this aspect, I chose to create a look based around the elegant look of lace and gilded roses by adding Copper Embossing Powder to the out edge of all of the roses.
I started by choosing a stamp that would give me a variation of color when it is stamped and allow the roses to be complimented by the heat embossed Copper color. The lace look is created with Delightfully Detailed laser-cut paper, cut in 3″ wide panels and placed onto a tri fold card base. One standard sheet of cardstock was cut down to measure 8 1/2″ x 10 1/2″, then scored at 3 1/2″ from both of the edges. Once burnished and folded, the card front opens to the left and the two panels inside are ready to display the message. More roses cover the inside, as well as a few vellum die cuts and the sentiment cut from Celebrate You Thinlits.
For a visual demonstration of this project, see the video link below.
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