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Saturday, 2 April 2011

Double tri-shutter card

It was my good friend, and upliner, Victoria's birthday on Thursday and she turned 40 so I wanted to do a special card for her so decided to do a double tri shutter card AKA Tri shutter album.  I got the instructions from Scrapthat's blog and they are so easy to follow.  I didn't take it round until yesterday as she had a "family" day on Thursday, and with the launch of the mini taking precedence yesterday, haven't posted it until now.  The card is very very long to say the least and so I tried to take a picture using my panoramic setting on the camera.   Now I have used this setting before and got excellent results but did that happen this time.... oh no and I didn't realise until I looked at it last night so it was too late to take another.  Never mind you'll get the gist of how it should look

For this card I have used Perfect Plum 12x12, Sahara Sand and Early Espresso card stock, Woodland Walk DSP, Just Believe, Vintage Vogue, Occasional Greetings, Silhouette Sentiments (hostess set), Curvey Verses and Greenhouse Garden stamp sets, round scallop and boarder punches, very vanilla ribbon, crimper, paper from the subtle paper stack, white gel pen, Stampin write markers and basic pearls jewels.

As you can see a lot of products were used to make this card all of which are SU.  If you would like to purchase any please contact me.  You can browse both the mini and main catalogue by clicking on the pictures on the right hand side of my blog.

Thank you for stopping by and please leave a comment as its nice to know who's popped in for a peek.


Tracy -x-


  1. I love it - it looks so much better in real life. Thank you for such a gorgeous card

  2. You did a fabulous job with it Tracy!! Thank you for popping in and leaving me a comment, I was so glad to hear the instructions were easy to follow and I'm glad you had fun making it for your friend Victoria!! :)


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