So, I snuck home from work early today... and I have been poking around in my own gallery lately because, I am "inventory-ing" stamps still... anyways, I came across a triangle trifold card I made a very long time ago and remembered being so thrilled with that card when it was done because, fancy folds are not my thing... so, this was done as a prototype for a few fathers day cards this year, I did tweak the tutorial to increase the cardbase size to 4" x 12" so, I could have more room to work on. scores were at 4" and 8" ( then the flaps in halves same direction) funny true story, this was the first one ( these are red rubber stamps and when I seen the words were tilted I cut the rubber very close to the bottom and stamped it all again... and then I colored the crooked one lol... I will just tell my dad he was supposed to only have A beer...There is a closer look and an open view on the blog here. tfl & thanks for this challenge Sabrina, I think I have been hoarding these brads a long time.
Date: Thursday, May 18, 2017 GMT Views: 414
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Thu, May 18, 2017 @ 5:49 PM
Great Father's day card, Stacy! Give your dad a beer before you give him the card - he will never notice the "silly millimeter" the words are tilted - I had to look a long time to see what you were talking about so I think it is only noticable to you . . . . Love the tartan plaid dp and the pretty navy organza bow!
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Thu, May 18, 2017 @ 11:15 PM
That's one of the old Very Vanilla set, isn't it? I always thought they looked fabulous. Fun fold, I always went for 4" because our card is not the same US size, so I either had to do complicated math, or use Bazzill and 4" was so easy. Great guy card with the dark plaid DP and the beer. I didn't notice any crooked!