Saturday, September 8, 2012

Altering A Tri-Fold Card


Tweet, just too Tweet. I just love making cheerful cards don't you? And this is easy all I had to do is use the template from last week, (click HERE for link) pick out some fresh art and a few clicks and this card was ready to cut. So grab your coffee turn on your Gypsy and let's get to work. We will revisit last weeks card and alter it for a fresh new look. Easy Peasy!


In this video we work with the template, add the artwork and names the various pages and make our layers for each component to the card.


This is what the file looks like two up. Notice after making the card I changed the direction of the bird as I think it will look better facing the opposite direction. So if you download my file this is what you will get; a  Tweet Tri-Fold Card 2 up.


See how I named the different pages, all that is left is for me to add Tweet on the last pages. Easy, just touch the page and hold it down a screen will pop up for you to tap rename and just add what you want.



In this video we will put the card together from scoring to adhering each piece on. Very simple to follow along.

Aren't these cards just too TWEET?
Now I challenge you to make a card of your own Thanks for joining me today and I sure hope you learned something new that you can use on your Gypsy. Thank you for your sweet sweet words of encouragement, your comments continue to inspire me.

4 comments:

Design Originals by KC said...

Sheila... love what you did with this trifold card yet again! Thanks for sharing how easy it is and the technique of glue/glitter/cuttlebug was awesome! Thanks for sharing! Kathi

Audrey Frelx said...

Sheila, I always love your cards!!! This trifold great!!!

Also, I tried to get here yesterday but was detained so excuse my being a day late wishing you a very happy birthday!!! (Hope you got my card) And, I hope you enjoyed a spectacular day!

Scrapper69 said...

OMGOSH! I LOVE this! Thanks for the video too! These turned out sooo CUTE! :O)

Theresa

Cricut Couple said...

This is so great Sheila! I love it!!!