Friday, March 02, 2012

Day Two: Trifold Cards

A million years ago, or maybe just four, I printed out the directions at Splitcoaststampers for a triangle trifold card. I made six today, but I'm going to be making more. They are delightfully easy but look complicated. I made three of each. On the top you can see the card closed and tied, and the bottom shows what it looks like opened. The drawback will probably be that it will be difficult to display.
I have a lot of masculine birthdays coming up, thus the owls. Why are men so difficult to craft for?

There are several kids birthdays too...I'm thinking I'll have to get out the pirate stamps. Or the dog set. Kids love dogs and pirates, right?


Southpaw Stitcher said...

I'm always checking to see the total card count for Maggie. The White House??!!!!

Charlene ♥ SC said...

Cute cards that DO look complicated!

Chocolates4Breakfast (TerriBoog) said...

Awesome cards and yep, I think kids both young and old like pirates (d'uh: Johnny Depp) and dogs! Maggie got a card from the White House? Yeah! I sent another one this week - hope it arrives.

Laura said...

I'm impressed! They look great. Yep, my 7-year old daughter loves pirates and any type of animal.

C in DC said...

Cute cards. Yes, dogs and pirates for kids, even my princess-loving girls would like a dog or pirate card.

Having a Math Bitch moment here, at the person who named the card, not you: It's not a "trifold" card. (There are 4 folds. It's not even a 3 panel card.) Somehow, the stamping world is just downright dumb when it comes to naming their card techniques.