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I just made my first Tri Fold card and found it fun to do! You ladies have made me want to do these challenges ....even with my limited knowledge of the digital camera and computer. Here is my card....
Hi, gals. Thanks for all your suggestions on my card. I actually got the nerve to free-hand a kite as Rox suggested and also put in some birds. What a great idea! I wouldn't have thought of it. The links above should work tomorrow morning.
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Here's yet another take on the tri-fold. I loved the hill idea and had several milling around in my head. This is the only one I have managed to get down in paper yet. I really, really, really wanted the Provencal set for this one--so it is Faux Provencal!
Beverly- My Inklings
The Bible calls debt a curse and children a blessing; but in our culture, we apply for a curse and reject blessings. Something is wrong with this picture." ~~Doug Phillips
I was so lucky to find this thread! I had a project to do with minimal requirements, and this sparked my interest and gave me the perfect idea!
My tri-fold is really a bi-fold with a pocket, tell me what you think. Susan's wedding invitation Inside
I'm new here ... an this is my first attempt for an sketch! i love ist. is so much fun. for an womans 70th birthday I've used this greta idea for an trifold card. For the mini file folder I cased an idea from Julia_S. Thanks Julia fpr the amazing idea and inspiration!
Also many thanks for the adorable comments in my gallery!
OK, please don't laugh! This is my first time trying a challenge! I had a hard time with the original pattern - I guess just too late at night! So I made up my own, and I think it came out pretty well . . . .