The first time I made a tri-shutter card, I wasn't happy with how it turned out, so it was one of those techniques that I put on the back shelf as something I had done but probably wouldn't ever do again. Well, never say never. My friend Pam encouraged me to try another one after a conversation we had about the one she made for Tutorial Time on Speedy TV-22
So I gave it a second chance.I just had fun with this card. I used some of my hoarded Indian summer dp. I also did this card for the Friday Free for all at SCS.
That my friend Dawn challenged us to use distressing on our cards. I think it was the distressing that helped me like my tri-shutter card this time. It is hard for me to measure all the little panels of dp. With the distressed edges, it didn't matter if the pieces were a little "off" on size. The scripture on the front panel is a digi from
All of the new scripture sets are amazing. I can see myself using them a lot.
I used the butterfly and crackle from Mark's Finest Papers set called CRACKED HELLO.
The sentiment on the middle panel is from another Mark's Finest Papers set called DAFFODIL GREETINGS.