Bunnies are Beautiful

Here is my first try at an ATC, I hope to try more soon. :0)


Tri Fold Shutter Card

Just a quick example of another Tri Fold Shutter Card. ;0)
Happy Birthday…….You deserve a day sprinkled in Fun!

Helen, Ga

Just a little layout example from a short trip we took. I like the way the light green and blue came out together. The blue mats are cut with Spellbinders. Sorry the pictures are really good, I will have my camera back tomorrow.

Yep Debbie this is CarlsBAD in action. ;0)


Sorry I’ve been MIA lately. I had some family issues going on last week.
I also I started a new job today, I think I’m gonna like it. Thank you Jesus! :0)
I will be back soon with some more fun projects.

Tri Shutter Card Tutorial

I am going to explain how to make a Tri Shutter Card. For more information on making Tri Shutter Cards Go to Cardz TV and watch the video made by Mary. I have provided a link.


Start with a piece of Cardstock cut to 5 1/2 x 12
You need a paper trimmer similar to this, Xacto knife or some type of cutter.

Go in 1 1/2″ and cut from 2″ to the 10″. Then turn the paper over and repeat on the other side. I marked it in the photo for a better idea of placement
This is what you should have when your done.

Next fold down at the 2″ score , then fold in the opposite direction on the 4″ score, fold on the 8″ and again in the other direction on the 10″ score. This is an accordian type fold.
When you unfold it you will need to work with the center section and change the direction of the folds.

Now your card is ready to decorate.

A Mother’s Love is like No Udder :0)

Here is my Mother’s Day Card. I drew the cow, colored with copic markers and cut it out. I added some white paper flowers and Pearl accents. I also add some Liquid Pearl dots, this is the first time I have used it and I have to say it’s great. I’m really surprised at how good the liquid pearls come out.

The basic card is called a Tri Shutter Card.

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Sherry Holton Nodine
"To everything there is a season, and a time for every matter or purpose under heaven"
-Ecclesiastes 3:1

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