Monday, October 23, 2017

Easy and Elegant Foiled Modified Tri-Shutter Christmas Card YouTube Video- Take Two

I had so much fun designing with the new Gina K and Therm O Web Fancy Foils and Foil-Mates recently that I made three different fun fold Christmas cards YouTube video tutorials. Today I have released the second YouTube video of this series and you can watch it here. This one shows how to make a much easier modified tri-shutter fold card that I learned how to do in Sandy Allnock's video here. The measurements are all even numbers and it is much easier to do than the traditional tri-shutter card as I show in the video. I also show how to make this gorgeous cracked distressed foiled poinsettia:

 IRL(and on the video) it is even more beautiful and the Fancy Foil from Gina K and Therm O Web glitters as it is moved. Here are a couple more pictures of the card with it closed (to fit into an A2 envelope) and the back panel where you can sign or write a message: 

I love fun folds and foiling so I had fun designing the cards in this series of YouTube videos. To learn how to make this easy version of a tri-shutter card and a new technique with foils, click on this link and watch the video. After you do, please consider leaving a positive comment, giving the video a thumbs up, sharing it to Pinterest or Facebook and becoming a subscriber if you are not already one. I appreciate your support both here on my blog and on my YouTube channel. 

I am entering this card in the Anything Goes challenge at Scrapy Land (the poinsettia die is from Sizzix.) Thanks for helping me #share the joy of creativity.


Em Louise Fairley said...

Beautiful. I'll get caught up with your videos later xoxo

Fikreta said...

So pretty!

kiwimeskreations said...

What a beautiful card Karen - I will pop over and watch the video shortly

Verna Angerhofer said...

So beautiful and elegant with all that foiling. And, wonderful fancy fold card design too.

Olenkaja said...

Stunning creation, thank you for joining us at Scrapu Land Challenge, hope to see you again. Ola