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Scrapals - Week 1 Challenge

This weeks challenge is to learn to make a Tri Fold Shutter Card. When I first saw this card I thought it would be difficult to make. I watched the video and realized it is only 4 scores, two cuts then decorate. Quite easy after all. You can find written instructions and a video by going to SplitCoastStampers

I first made the first card for Robert's birthday in October with the help of my Cricut and the Paper Pups cart. The second card I thew today to have something new to share. Everything on the flowered card was hand cut and inked.

This challenge is for 3 points per card (for a max of three cards to go towards challenge).

I can't wait to see what you come up with.


  1. Love, love LOVE those cards! I made one using the trifold technique last year - much easier than it looked isn't it? Thanks for sharing :-) I sooo wish I could participate.

  2. Count me in....As a digital scrapper - I am finding this one a little difficult - but with your patience and great teaching, I should be able to come up with something half decent. I see paper scrapping in my future....OH NO!!!! lol

  3. Ok - How do I do this linky thing? lol

  4. That puppy card is just too cute!!


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