12 Cards of Christmas – Tree Trio Card

I can't believe we are already on day 7 of our Christmas cards series. Today on 12 Cards of Christmas - Tree Trio Card. Another easy and fast card that is great for using your leftover papers. The idea behind the card is as pretty as it is simple. All you need to create the effect is get rid of part of the front of the card. Sounds strange? It will all be clear in a minute.




12 Cards of Christmas - Tree Trio Card

The effect of this card is achieved by cutting a part of the front of the card and reattaching it back together with triangles. The triangles are in fact Christmas trees in a row. Then just add a festive greeting and the card is finished. You can create this card in a vertical direction and reattach the two parts with one large tree.



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