Tri-Fold Shutter Card Woodland Animals

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These tri-fold cards always get that “WOW” reaction from the recipients and have a lot of space to go crazy with embellishments. The girl card pictured is one that I made using digi files that I purchased from Etsy (links below) but I tried my best to substitute with like images from Access, as seen on the boy card.

Project Assembly Notes
I tried to photograph the card as best I could to show the folds because it’s easier to follow a picture than it is to try to follow a written explanation. I used print then cut for the majority of my images but you can piece together as well. For a step by step on how to assemble this project you can watch the video on my YouTube channel here.

Supplies and/or Fonts Used
Art Glitter Glue – http://amzn.to/2GQnIbH
Samantha Font – https://www.mightydeals.com/deal/samantha-script-font.html#
Digital Papers – https://goo.gl/YkSSEy
Woodland Animals Clip Art – https://goo.gl/PwMcUi (SVG) or https://goo.gl/9fRjBn for the pink and gray that I used.

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This project is only available for Cricut Design Space. You can grab the file from here.

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  1. Kelli Griess says:

    Any chance you can make this public again? I bought the woodland animals in both colors and was looking forward to making this card. Figure it’s probably an accident that it’s private.

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