How To Make a Tri Fold Pocket Card feat. Mosaic Mood

How to make a tri fold pocket card featuring the Stampin' UP! Mosaic Mood suite of products Wendy Cranford #stampinup #luvinstampin #trifoldcard #cardmaking

Today’s card is a fun fold that I created as a spin off of the Quad Fold Pocket card, you can see it HERE.

I’ve also used the new Mosaic Mood designer series paper for this card.  This designer paper is gorgeous.  It will be available on June 4th to purchase.

How to make a tri fold pocket card featuring the Stampin' UP! Mosaic Mood suite of products Wendy Cranford #stampinup #luvinstampin #trifoldcard #cardmaking


+ Start with a 12″ x 12″ Soft Suede card stock.

+ Score on one side at 4″ and 8″, turn card and score at 4″.

+ Designer Series Paper layers five 3-3/4″ x 7-3/4″ and three pieces cut at 3-3/4″ x 3-3/4″.

+ Whisper White thick card stock pieces three cut at 3-1/2″ x 7-1/2″.

+ Fold bottom up after layering all designer series paper onto card base.

+ Use the 2″ circle punch to create the indents or half circle punches on the pocket.

Supplies used on this card are listed below.  Please note that Mosaic Mood Designer Series Paper is available to purchase on June 4th.

8 thoughts on “How To Make a Tri Fold Pocket Card feat. Mosaic Mood”

    • I love this card. A great gift. And the story you told about your Hubby! I love it. Seems like we all need a little time apart to really appreciate each other. What your husband is doing is a wonderful thing. And brave, like you said at his age to choose this career. Hurray for him. Thanks for the chat. I will tune in again. This is the first time for me to stop by your place. I am a demonstrator in Aberdeen, Maryland. I was looking for some ideas for the Memorable Mosaic stamp set. I got it. Thanks

  1. Thank you for this simple but impressive pocket card design! I made a birthday card for my 14 year old niece and filled the pockets with cash, a friendship bracelet and glittery press-on nail color sheets, all wrapped to match the card! It turned out great and I can’t thank you enough for the inspiration. Your tutorial was so helpful and I loved your story time! Thank you again.

    • Hi Valerie
      There are plenty of demos that do things just how you like them. My folks that follow me know this is how I roll. We have relationships it’s not just cardmaking.
      But thanks for taking the time to leave me a message letting me know how I should run my blog and YouTube.

  2. Wendy, I was looking for a gift card and there you were! It’s a fun and easy project to do. I commend your efforts to bring people’s attention to important issues. Life happens all around us these days. Nice to know we are all in this together! Thanks, Debby


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