February 6, 2013

Wednesday Wacky-Tri-fold Tag Card!

Oops, I didn't set my post correctly and this didn't post this morning like it should have. Sorry to you early risers!

I totally fell in love with my project for today after it was completed! Don't you like it when that happens? This tri-fold tag card is going postal to my parents! I even have the measurements and pattern for you to create one.

Take a look:


Panel #1:


Panel #2:


And Panel #3:


Notice the cute 3D-ish flowers? Vintage dimensional flowers on strips of tulle. I dipped a sponge dauber into my Raspberry Ripple Ink pad and rubbed the ink across the flowers. Such an easy way to add color. Snip off the number of flowers you need and glue them in place:


The photo below shows what my tag card looks like when it is folded closed. Since the card is 5 1/2" wide, it sill fits in our envelopes perfectly. You probably will need to add an additional postage stamp though, due to the thickness:


Here is what your cardstock piece will look like if you follow the directions below:



Stampin' Up! Supplies:
  • Cardstock: Primrose Petals, Very Vanilla, Pool Party
  • Inks: Crumb Cake, Primrose Petals, Raspberry Ripple
  • Stamps: You Are Loved
  • Tools: 2 1/2" Circle Punch, Big Shot machine, Typeset Alphabet Dies, Bitty Butterfly Punch, Bitty Banners Die, Finishing Touches Edgelits, Stampin' Dimensionals, Mini Glue Dots, Sponge Dauber
  • Accessories: Pool Party Seam Binding Ribbon, 5/8" Flower Trim
  • DSP: More Amore
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3 comments:

  1. Your project turned out AORABLE! I made one of these myself and featured it on my blog last June 25th. I spotlighted my grandkids on each of my tags and LOVE how easy it came together. Thanks for sharing the dimensions with us. Kadie

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  2. OMG, not sure how I managed to miss this one...THANK YOU for sharing and giving us the measurements...will definitely make at least one of these! Hope you guys are okay with the storm they are threatening for the East Coast!

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