Friday, March 19, 2021

Splitcoast Tutorial: Triple Fold Card

I had a cancellation on my tutorial calendar this week, so I've got a fun rerun to share, which we featured during our Falliday Fest event in November! It's a fun fold, so it's easily adaptable to any occasion. This is a Triple Fold Card, made from a 5.5" x 11" piece of cardstock.
I just got this little gnome set from IO (link below) so of course I had to use them! There are 3 little mix-and-matchy gnomes in the set, and though they come with Easter accessories, they are perfect for use year round! Their hands are separate, so they can also grab onto anything you put in front of them, and I love how that worked out with the word die here!
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If you missed this tutorial the first time around, I hope you'll give it a go - so easy, and the belly band gives so many possibilities for a fun focal piece. Like gnomes! 

made a quick little trip to Texas this weekend to see my boy play rugby, watch my nephew star in a play, and hang out with my mom and brother and new friends! It was such a fun trip and kind of a big deal for this homebody to just go and do that!

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  1. This is a really cute card. I did this fold during the Falliday Fest and it turned out to be one of my favorite folds!

  2. Those gnomes are versatile! I love the little hands and how you used them to hold the sentiment! Right into my wishlist!

    Sounds like a big deal trip and you packed a lot into it-saw a lot of people! :)

    hugs Margot

  3. they are too cute, I love how they are holding the sentiment!

  4. So wonderful! Those gnomes look amazing!!