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Tri-Shutter Memory Keeper

The tri-shutter card concept has been around for years. This fancy album steps up that concept into a beautiful (and totally giftable) memory keeper. It looks a little daunting, but once you’ve finished the cutting for the first time, it’s easy to replicate for any occasion—depending on your choice of Designer Series Paper. 

Actually, this album concept has also been around for years (originally by Andrea Walford). Because of its popularity, I’ve taught several classes on it and made a few as gifts—but most significantly (and the reason I bring it up)— is that I’ve made one for each of my children to house their birth stories. And . . . we have another on the way!

Here are our three standing albums to give you an idea! (Bit of a Stampin’ Up! blast from the past, huh?)

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And here’s the one I’ve prepared for our next bundle of joy. How beautiful our new English Garden Designer Series Papers (item # 138440) are!

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Much Love,

Susan Wong

Artisan Design Team 2014–2015

 

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  • Toni Mack

    Aug 02

    Looks very interesting. I gave my husband a card the folded for Valentines day which was his birthday. On each panel I put a special saying.

  • Rone Rochon

    Aug 02

    Any way to get the PDF instructions in inches?

  • Susan Wong

    Aug 02

    Hi Rone - not at this stage. But if you have the Stampin' Up! trimmer is has the great advantage of having both metric and imperial. Hope you give it a try :)

  • Ria

    Aug 02

    Awesome as always Susan! Congrats on bub #4!

  • Mary Ann

    Aug 02

    So sweet!

  • Rebecca Clossman

    Aug 02

    Love this and would love to try it! Beautiful and intriguing.

  • Cathy Tamez

    Aug 02

    I[d love to make this album for my new Great Grandson but Im not understanding the measuirments in cm's. What would the size be in inches?