Tri-Fold Snowflake Winter Card

A Tri-Fold Snowflake Winter Card is just what you need to celebrate the cold season! With a fun fold and an in-lay die-cut design, it’s beautiful yet simple to make!

With a little finesse, this In-lay Technique is easy — I promise!

To begin with, the tri-fold design adds a little flair to a card that’s easy to accomplish.

Additionally, the in-lay technique adds that bit of pop that’ll guarantee your card gets put on the fridge or mantel!

Beyond cutting out your stamped images, the matching die-cuts can also create windows in the front of your card to the center. Coupled together, these two capabilities can help you create an in-lay design on your card!

The recipe for this Tri-Fold Snowflake card is written below!


Create a Tri-Fold Snowflake Card:

Cut and Fold your cardbase:

  • Whisper White Cardstock: 11” x 5 1/2”
  • Score at 3 3/4” and 7 3/8”. They’ll look even, but that extra bit allows the card to fold without bulk.

Stamp:

  • With Pacific Point ink, stamp the large snowflake on the front panel. Die-cut the snowflake out, and SAVE it for a later step!
  • Making sure your card is open, stamp the snowflakes randomly on the front panel with Basic Gray ink.
  • Next, fold your panels inward on your score marks. On the middle panel, stamp your sentiment using Pacific Point ink.

Inlay the Snowflake:

  • Put mini dimensionals on the back of your blue snowflake saved from earlier.
  • With the card folded, adhere the snowflake THROUGH the die cut on the front onto the middle panel.

Supplies for a Tri-Fold Snowflake Card


Paper Trimmer
$25.00


Thanks for joining me today in my Craft Closet to make this Tri-Fold Snowflake Winter Card! It was so great to have you here, and I hope you subscribe to my Stampin Newsletter today!

Now is a great time to make a few winter or holiday cards! Click on these to see how to make each of them!

Thanks again for hanging out with me today in my Craft Closet! Happy Crafting!

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