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    Default Tri Fold Hybrid Card

    Been busy. Here is my first time Tri Fold Card.

    Kit: Winter is Coming by Carena's Designs now at Scrapbook Max Store.

    Kind wishes from Carena
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    Carena where can I get the template for the Tri Fold Card Love It fonzzy

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    Here are lots on the internet - Just search Tri Fold Card template.

    Youtube video here:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ezl0JrjDx5E

    for instructions.

    I'm gonna get my daughter to make some for Christmas Cards for her friends this weekend. I will cut and fold for her as she is just 9 years. But she will have fun decoratiing.
    Have fun
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    Deleted due to double post. Sorry
    Last edited by Carena; 10-27-2011 at 04:19 AM. Reason: Sorry Duplicate post and I can't delete
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    Hi Carena,

    I love this card! It is gorgeous!! Did you make this entire card in SBM 2.0 or did you print the papers and embies and piece it together? What print paper did you use to make it look like the original kit? I use a Canon printer.

    Thank you,
    Diane


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    Card is 12 inch by 6 inch paper. I actually did it in Photoshop CS5. Place all elements and print and then cut card as per youtube video. Can be done in Scrapbook Max but you would need to pay special attention to the measurements on the side to postition for the cutting.

    Fold lines are at 2 inch, 4 inch, 8 inch and 10 inches apart.
    Cut line top and bottom are both 1 inch in and between the 2 and 10 inch folds.
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    Here is the fold and cutting lines.

    If you use Scrapbook Max - Make a blank page start and size to 12 inch by 6 inch.
    Now open this template into the page and you can happily go ahead and add your elements etc to your page within the lines marked. You can easy delete or place it behind your papers at the end so this doesn't print. Hope this makes sense.
    Once printed then cut and fold on the lines.
    Hope this helps. Cheers
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    Thank you Carena! This is perfect!


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    Your welcome - it could of course be made a little shorter in length to suit printers so long as it is relative to the full thing.
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