A Tri-Fold Mother’s Day Card

Good morning crafty friends! As promised here is another Mother’s Day card that I was inspired to create from Split Coast Stampers with some Cricut cuts thrown in! It is called a Tri-Fold card. It looks difficult to make but I was surprised by just how easy it was. I can’t wait to make some more of this type of card!
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I made this card for my Mom and red is her favorite color. I think she’ll be very happy with it!
Below is looking at the card from a slightly left angle… Tri-Fold Mother's Day Card (3)
And this next photo is looking at it from the right side…Tri-Fold Mother's Day Card (6)
I started with paper from DCWV called The Four Seasons stack (beautiful papers in this stack for each of the seasons with texture and some glitter!). After hand cutting my card in a cream cardstock, the patterned paper, and the mats in red cardstock I then decided which Cricut cuts to use to dress up my card. I used three different Cricut cartridges for the embellishments: Florals Embellished, CTMH Art Philosophy, and Flower Shoppe.
The “Happy Mother’s Day” sentiment, was cut from Florals Embellished @ 1.88”. I added some Stickles to the little pink flower and adhered a flat-backed pearl to the center. This cart has some wonderful Mother’s Day sentiments!Tri-Fold Mother's Day Card (7)
The two butterflies were cut from Art Philosophy @ 1.5” and 1.25”. I adhered the two layers together just between the wings–not the wings themselves – to give the butterflies a little more dimension. Then I placed two pearls in the center of the smaller one and three in the center of the larger one.Tri-Fold Mother's Day Card (9)Tri-Fold Mother's Day Card (10)
This next part was really an afterthought. While I was waiting for my bug to cut something out, I started playing around with the DCWV paper that was left over. One of the motifs had this envelope surrounded by roses and had “A Tribute of Love” printed on it. How perfect for my Mom’s card! So I did some ‘fussy cutting’ around it on three sides. The left side of it already had a straight edge because it was on the edge of the 12x12 sheet of paper so I just aligned that side up against the edge of that card panel and adhered it. I added a small pop dot under the right side of it so pops off the card a little bit.Tri-Fold Mother's Day Card (11)
The middle top and bottom sections were a little too plain so I added some pearl flourishes.Tri-Fold Mother's Day Card (13)Tri-Fold Mother's Day Card (12)
Now for the card front! I made the flower from the Flower Shoppe cart and I LOVED how it came out! I used paper from a 6x6 pad by Echo Park called This & That and cut it out @ 3”. The flower I used from the cart was the <FUN> shapes on page 16 in the handbook. I’ve been on a flower making kick lately (can’t you tell by my previous posts? lol) and this flower was so much fun to make! It was inked and rolled before I adhered it together and added a large pearl to the center.Tri-Fold Mother's Day Card (14)
And there you have it! This years Mother’s Day card for my Mom! I think that it’s safe to show it here because Mom is 93 and not very interested in surfing the web, lol! It wasn’t that long ago that she asked me to explain what “that word I keep hearing about means?” The word was “Google”! I cracked up! But can you just imagine all the things that she has seen and has lived through? I’ll be so lucky and blessed to live as long and still be able to tell you who I am!Tri-Fold Mother's Day Card (8)
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Happy Crafting,


  1. This is just stunning!!! Gorgeous, beautiful, and inspiring! Love it!!

  2. Stunning the way it folds out and the giant flower on top. wonderful

  3. Gorgeous, gorgeous and gorgeous! I have no other words. I've only made one Tri-Fold card in my crafty life...time for me to try another one. You inspire me!