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Free Template, 3D Folded Christmas Shapes Cards

Posted on November 30, 2012 at 8:15 AM

I really hope you are enjoying our series '24 Days of Christmas'. Today, we have a really lovely free template for you, to make a whole range of pretty 3D cards. I think these make really stunning cards for display and they are certainly fun to make.



The template includes printable sheets to make two different shapes of ornament, a Christmas tree, a star and a bell. Here are some of the projects that you can make with the template. Either mount your 3D shape onto your card blank or attach some thread and hang inside an aperture card.



This one is particularly nice, as the star just circulates gently in the breeze.

 


I've hand cut an aperture on this one. The card itself is actually a triangle shape with a base, to give the bell room to swing. I'll post a template for this bell card shape if anyone wants one, just leave a comment below, so I can see if there is any interest.

 

Check the free stuff pages for the 3D fold template to make all these card embellishments. If you are not a member, just sign up with the site to access this and lots more free templates, papers and digital images on our 'free stuff' pages.

   

Have a peaceful weekend and happy crafting!

 

Categories: Members Goodies, Card Projects, 2012 to 2013

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15 Comments

Reply Gillian Susannah Smith
6:55 AM on December 14, 2019 
I would like all the free Christmas card makes.I think that they are awesime!
Reply JENNIFER DYKES
9:57 AM on October 26, 2019 
Beautiful card
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Reply Stacey
10:23 PM on May 29, 2017 
Do you have a template for the bell? I'd love to use it to make a cake top for my parents' 50th Anniversary.
Reply Imy
5:24 AM on March 28, 2016 
Thanks for the comment sha. I hope your sister has fun using these and lots of other free to use templates on the site!
Reply sha
3:30 PM on March 24, 2016 
the templates will be a great tool for working with my handicap sister.
Reply Bits N Bobs
6:26 AM on September 1, 2014 
I would love access to your 3D templates please
Reply Cindy
9:02 AM on October 18, 2013 
Hi,
Love you craft ideas!
Reply Joan Jepson
8:35 AM on October 17, 2013 
Imy says...
As noted above in the blog post check the free stuff pages (24 Days of Christmas) for the 3D fold template to make all these card embellishments.

If you are not a member, just sign up with the site to access this. We offer free items mainly for people who take the time to commit and sign up as a member but there are also some free things for visitors occasionally posted on the blog, you just need to browse back through.
Reply Imy
9:30 PM on December 21, 2012 
As noted above in the blog post check the free stuff pages (24 Days of Christmas) for the 3D fold template to make all these card embellishments.

If you are not a member, just sign up with the site to access this. We offer free items mainly for people who take the time to commit and sign up as a member but there are also some free things for visitors occasionally posted on the blog, you just need to browse back through.
Reply Cindy
12:13 PM on December 21, 2012 
No matter what I click on I cannot seem to find the page for the Free Template, 3D Folded Christmas Shapes Cards...Disappointed in Brentwood! :(
Reply Imy
12:05 AM on December 4, 2012 
Thanks Marion. These are really fun to make actually. I'm keeping mine for display as I can't bear to part with them. The star is twisting nicely in the breeze from the air conditioner, which is much needed in this heat I can tell you!

Update for Janet: I have put the folded ornament one in an envelope. This worked well, as it was made with papers, so the answer is yes!
Reply Marion
9:40 AM on December 3, 2012 
Love these!
Reply Imy
10:24 PM on December 1, 2012 
Hi Janet. To be honest, I haven't tried to do this but I imagine that if you use a thinner paper/card and crease them well that it would be possible to do. Failing that, you can always just present your card in person, or maybe put it in a box!
Reply Janet
3:40 AM on November 30, 2012 
I think these templates are brilliant. Do they flatten for posting.