Trifold and Window Cards with Daria.

Hi Dears,
Daria here.

I just can't get enough of our latest release. The Floral Heart wreath is so beautiful and versatile. So, I was planning to make a set of three smaller sized square valentine card... But, while I was playing at my craft table, I though that coordinating dies for the Floral Heart are just perfect for trifold card.

That's what I came up with.

To make this card:
1. I took a panel of 3 3/4  by 11 inches.
2. Scored it at 3 3/4, fold it, and scored again where the fold ended.
3. Cut the excess. I think it is the easiest way to make it (at least easier than calculate each and every mark)
4. Then, I die-cut the front panel with the biggest die.
5. Closed the card base and stamped the wreath on a second panel (through the first one)
6. Die-cut the inner heart from the stamped wreath.
7. Decorate the inside and stamp the sentiment.

I hope, it is clear how to make it, as it is really easy and fast, while giving you a very interesting design :)

Of course, while I was creating, I couldn't resist using an adorable squirrel from new My Favorite Nut set.  I made a square card (3 3/4 inches each side). I also die-cut window at the front of my card base using the bigger die from Floral Heard dies. Then I embossed it with embossing folder and adhered black and white Floral Heart on top, using foam tape.

I put a little squirrel and sentiment inside :)

Hope you liked this ideas and will give them a try :)



  1. Daria, delightful! Beautiful and something new to try! Thank you for the inspiration!

  2. Both cards are so cute and so clever. I love the wreath/heart in black and white with the accents in color. Very smart look.

  3. What great little cards. I have just decided I need this set. Love your designs. TFS

    1. It is surely one of my favorite sets:) you gonna love it :) thank you, Donna :)

  4. These are precious, very easy to understand. Great idea, makes me wonder if I have any sets that would work like this too.

    1. Thanks so much Colleen for your sweet comment - happy to hear that it is understandable :) when you are not a native speaker, there is always a worry... Hugs

  5. What a great technique! I must see if I have anything that will work like this!

    1. Thank you so much :) happy that you liked it :)


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