Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Tri-Fold Birthday Card

Today I'm sharing a card I made with my Gypsy and Cricut Expression in the style of the cards on the "Just a Note" Cricut cartridge that is included in the E2. To make this without an E2, I welded together some rectangles and shapes that I wanted to include. "Happy Birthday" is from the Cricut Classic Font cartridge. I welded the shadow to my card base and cut it again as a shadow and a regular cut.

My cupcake is from Birthday Bash. Again, I welded it to the card base and then also cut it with all of its layers. Before adhering it down, I added the striped rectangle.

Finally, the center rounded part of my card is actually a liner from a Wild Card envelope. I adjusted the width and height to make it just the right size. I added the star paper, along with some plain cardstock for my message.


Core'dinations Cardstock
My Mind's Eye "Lime Twist: Fly a Kite" Patterned Paper
Cuttlebug "Divine Swirls" & "Distressed Stripes" Embossing Folders
Versa Magic Jumbo Java Chalk Ink
Sakura White Gelly Roll Pen


Melanie Makes said...

Just love the way you laid this out.

Adrian said...

Wow, great job !

Judy said...

This is so cute Katie, the papers are just perfect.
Wishing you a great day.

liz at liz's paper loft said...

this is such a fun card!

Shar said...

I love multi fold cards. This is so cute! A very "happy" card. :)


chillin with Quillin said...

Great job, love it!!!!!

Sandy from Ukiah said...

You are so creative Katie.. I love the colors.. super cute card. hugs

Glora said...

So cute Katie, I definitely need to try making one of these. Thanks for the beautiful inspiration!!!! Hugs- Glora

Unknown said...

Love those cards! GReat that you figured out how to do it without an E2!

Anonymous said...

love your card :-)

ScrappyRae10 said...

super cute...love it

Joann said...

Love this! TFS, now I need to make one!

Sherrie K. said...

Katie, this is fantastic! Love this type of card:) TFS!
Sherrie K

scorpionc73 said...

real cute card. Love how you recreated the E2 style card. I need to try something like this myself. Love your blog.

Vickie in N.C.

Miranda said...

Adorable! I really need to learn how to use my gypsy!
Miranda :)

Karen Aicken said...

This is so clever and creative! Thanks for the details on how you made it, too.
Cheers, Karen

Liz O. said...

TFS, love the colors and the fun patterns on your card. Have a lovely day!

Kate said...

Adorable card like always Katie!


Meesh said...

LOVE your spin on this tri-fold card! I want a cupcake now! :o)