Monday, 4 February 2013

Summer Silhouettes tri-shutter birthday

I'd never willingly share a friend's age (especially when they're still younger than me), so I won't tell you who I made this card for....but I'm smiling & waving to "she who knows who she is"...& saying nothing more about it other than...here's the tri-shutter card! ;0)
I used my favourite Floral District DSP on this card (love, love, love the prints & the paper includes most of my fave colours). The centre panels are stamped with the very pretty floral images from the Summer Silhouettes 2 step stamping set. Each of the stamped parts are separate, which makes it very easy to stamp multiple colour images. This card front is 21cm x 10cm so it fits a regular DL envelope. Here's what it looks like closed
  
& here's a flatter view of the card, so you can see each panel.
 Long term visitors to colour me happy may remember I went through quite a love affair with tri-shutter cards. They're very easy to do once you know how, but are such a wow card, especially for extra special occasions. You can see my past tr-shutter cards here.
Here's a final pic showing how it looks when standing open.
Well I hope you like my return to the tri-shutter. I don't think it will be too long until I'm tempted to make another. Thanks for visiting & I hope you liked my card.
Inky wishes, Di

Supplies
Stamps: Summer Silhouettes (flowers), Curly Cute (HB), Memorable Moments (40) On Your Birthday (retired)
Card.Paper: baja breeze, whisper white, rose red, rich razzleberry card, floral Distric DSP
Ink: lucky limeade, rich razzleberry, rose red, tangerine tango ink pad
Accessories: rich razzleberry stitched ribbon, baja breeze seam binding
Tools: scallop circle punch, circle punches

4 comments:

  1. Just gorgeous Di - I've been tidying & found some left overs from a tri-shutter class a long time ago - may have to use another DSP & have a go again xxx

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  3. Hi your tri shutters are the best I've seen so far . Hope it's not too much to ask for the measurements you've used because. I want to try to make one of these with this kind of size. :) Thank you so much

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