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BIG Brother Tri-Fold Card


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How to Make a BIG Brother Tri-Fold Card Step by Step

This past weekend we had the joy of welcoming a new granddaughter into the family.  I didn't want to leave her 2 year old Big Brother out, so I made this card to send to our grandson, Grady.  We've had 3 new babies this year.  I may just need to make a few extras for the other Big Brothers. 

Ironically, I used the Little Buddy Birthday stamp set for this Big Boy Card.  To make up for it I used the Larger Than Life Alphabet & Numbers stamps to stamp "BIG".  Love the fun way the card folds out to say Big Brother.  What little guy doesn't love things that move?

Big Brother Tri-Fold Card

Hope you enjoyed the step by step tutorial on how to make a Tri-Fold or Fold Out "Big Brother" card.  It would be super easy to change things up to make a Big Sister Card.

Little Letters Thinlits Dies

I cut the word "brother" with the Little Letters Thinlits Dies.  The little holes on the backside of the letter dies makes it easy peasy to press out the letters.  I did use a piece of wax paper between the card stock and die for good measure.

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