Triple Treat Top Note Triple Fold Card

Try saying that title 5 times fast!  This card features the Forever Young stamp set (see it online) and my new favorite Triple Treat Flower stamp (see it online).  The colors are from the Timeless Portrait Product Suite (check out some other project ideas).

Coolest thing about this card?  I’m loving the Triple Treat Flower!  The stamp is designed to match several Stampin’ Up! punches, like the 5-Petal Flower Punch and the Fancy Flower Punch that I used here.  The Basic Black layer is actually on top of the River Rock layer, with a hole punched in the center to make it like a frame.  We won’t make this exact card, but this IS one of the techniques that you’ll get to try at home when you sign up for my Stamps in the Mail Club (learn more about the Club).

triple-treat-forever-young flower punch tree swing

triple-treat-top-note-inThe card is actually a triple-fold, with a Top Note shape cut at one end.  Did you see my project (check it out) with this fold from earlier this month?  To cut the Top Note at one end of the card stock, just place your Big Shot Cutting Plates so that the only part of the die covered is the part you want to cut.

Let me know if you have questions about the Stamps in the Mail Club — sign-ups are going on now for the Round beginning in November! (sign up or learn more)

Updated November 11: Here’s the Top Note video tutorial and here are several other Top Note Tri-Fold Card ideas!

Happy Stamping!

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4 thoughts on “Triple Treat Top Note Triple Fold Card”

  1. I have had that Triple Treat Flower on my wishlist for a while now. I think I now have to put it on my next order. Your card is stunning. Please do a video soon on how you did the end with the top note. I have an idea but videos sure help!

  2. Hello, I would like to know how long is the piece of paper you use to do this so cute triple fold card. Thank you so much for your answer!! Florence

    • Hi Florence – This card started out as a 12″ piece of card stock, but you can also do them with an 11″ piece of card stock. The panels would just be a slightly different size. Happy Stamping! –Meg

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