Friday, February 5, 2010

Happy Birthday Trifold Shutter Card

This morning, I read a post about the Trifold Shutter Card Tutorial at the OWH Stars and Stamps Blog. What a great tutorial! It is open for two weeks to give you time to figure out this challenging card.

I made this card with an idea that came up to my mind while I was reading one of comments that questioning how can soldiers write their message on this card.

This is a close up of the middle panel of the card. Not only this blank space but also I made it as a pocket and inserted a paper inside for wrting more messages. I put the ribbon at the top left of the inside paper to make it easier to pull it out.

Digital Image used:
- Happy Birthday from Michelle Perkett Studio
- Balloons by Fred, She Said Digital Designs



  1. Oh my gosh, this is sooo cute. I love how you've used Michelle's Happy Birthday stamp and the hidden not paper, soo cool. Great job.

  2. what a clever idea to make it a pocket card!!! bravo!

  3. I've always shied away from these cards, they look so tricky. The heroes are sure to love it. Now that I've read your great tip and seen the picture with the hidden writing space, I may have to give it a go! Fabulous work!!!

  4. This is just the cutest Seongsook! Thanks for the link.... I am finally going to make one of these!

  5. What a cool card, Seongsook!! Wow!! awesome!! Love how you used my little Happy Birthday image!!:) A sweet and happy card!!:)

  6. Seongsook, this is a birthday party in a card!

  7. This is a lovey card Seongsook! I love how you made a pocket for the paper :)

  8. Wow!! Cute! Love the pocket you added to it, that's perfect!


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