Friday, February 19, 2016

Tri-Fold Card Template

Hello.

This is a short posting just to share with you the measurements that I used for this card I created and posted previously HERE.


I wasn't sure what to call this card, but I googled 'fancy fold cards' and found a few similar cards (with different configurations) and they call them tri-fold cards, so let's go with that name then.

Here's the tempate that I used.  I've worked out the measurements so that they will give me a 6" x 6" (15cm x 15cm) card when folded, which is my preferred card size for a square card.

(Edited - Nov. 13, 2016:  Thanks to Josette for pointing out the miscalulation in the cm measurements in my previous template.  Much appreciated.  The template has now been corrected.)


For printable PDF, click on this link: Tri-Fold Card Template 6" x 6" (15cm x 15cm) when folded 

That's it!  Happy crafting.

12 comments:

claude said...

what a good idea, thank you

ewinka Nowa said...

Fantastyczne kolory i forma kartki :-)))

Glennis said...

Thanks so much

Francesca Nazzini said...

Wow this card is gorgeous. I love the Magnolia stamp and the colours that you chosen for this card.
Thank you for the template.
Francy

Julies Crafty Creations said...

Thank you for the template for your beautiful card Norma, I shall have a go at one of these soon
Julie

Myrna said...

Thank you for the template. That is so nice of you to share.
Myrna

Trulyblessed said...

Thank you.

Nancee Purdum said...

Thanks so much for sharing this Norma! It is greatly appreciated! :)

ednamburgess said...

Thank you so much. Can't wait to try it. Beautiful card and love the new folds. Edna

Craftdee said...

Just saw this on Corrosive Challenge and had to pop by to tell you how FABULOUS I think it is :-) And BONUS, I find you've given us a template, thanks so much! Donna xx

Anne Harada said...

What a great card! Thank you so much for sharing your template!! I was hoping you would!

Josette Berendse said...

Hi, I was just trying out your template and you've made a mistake. The mountain fold at 15cm from the left can't go all the way down. From the right you have a fold at 7cm and at 2,5cm, that makes 9,5cm, the fold at 15cm from the left is 10cm from the right so it should go down and up to the score line just like the fold at 10cm from the right.

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