I haven't made a tri-fold card for some time. Using a scoring board, a piece of A4 dark blue card was scored on the DL line. Using a ruler and a knife, a diagonal line was cut, starting at the top of the score line and finishing 7cm from the bottom of the opposite side. Another DL line was scored to divide the card into three.
To make the toppers, I cut a piece of Sheena's stamping card into three strips 9.4cm wide. The first one was trimmed to 20.5cm in length for the back panel. To shape the others, I laid them over the panel that they would later be adhered to, left a 0.5cm gap at the bottom, drew a line using the base card as a guide and then cut along the line. When the topper was laid back into place, there was a 0.25cm gap both top and bottom with all edges parallel to the base card section.
For the first layer of decoration, I blended Broken China, Mermaid Lagoon and Peacock Feathers Distress Oxides over each panel, spritzed lightly with water and dried thoroughly with a heat gun.