Birthday Fan Fold Celebration Card-Karen Hasheck

a tonic tri fold front

The birthday card I am sharing today features a lovely ribbon color customized with Nuvo’s glitter markers, and when the recipient slides off the ribbon, the fan fold pops open to reveal a fun tri-fold stand up celebration card.

Supplies used to make this card:

a tonic trifold side

1. Cut a piece of teal cardstock 5 ¾” by 7” and score on every inch line on the long side.

2. Cut the back piece out of teal cardstock 5 ¾” x 4” and attach it with strong two sided tape to the last folded inch.

3. Cut three white panels 3 7/8” x 1 ¾”. Die cut three Invite Insert banners out of rose cardstock and attach to the white panels with Nuvo Fine Tip Deluxe Adhesive.

4. Stamp “let’s celebrate”, cut out with the banner die and adhere to the Beautiful Banner.

a tonic tri fold open

5. Attach the “happy birthday” banner to back panel, “let’s celebrate” to the 1st fold and center the Parquet Trellis banner in the center fold.

6. Dot the intersections of the Parquet Trellis banner with a Nuvo purple glitter marker and then add Sherbert  Shimmer Glitter Drops on top for glittery dimension.

a tonic tri fold back

7. Cut a back white panel 5 ½” x 3 ¾”, attach die cut “sent with love” with Deluxe Adhesive and adhere to the back of the card for your personal note and signature.

a tonic tri fold front

8. Color the edges of the white and gold ribbon with a Nuvo pink glitter marker. The ribbon goes from being a plain white and gold ribbon to a sparkly rose color that matches the card colors beautifully. After it is dry, wrap the ribbon around the closed card and tie in a knot. The ribbon holds the card closed and slides off to display the fan fold stand up card.

a tonic tri fold 2

Tonic Signature

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