Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Flip Flap Card!

Hi Everyone! Today I am honored to be the guest tutorial writer at SplitcoastStampers! I love this site! They have a vast resource for paper craft techniques and an amazing gallery of card photos, alphabetized by stamp set name, for years of stamps from Stampin' Up!   You can search for cards made with Lovely as a  Tree, for example, and find over 10000 cards (I'm not kidding, I checked) of cards made with this set.   I was asked to make a tutorial for a card I made a year or so back that I called the Flip Flap card.  Here is what I made! Fun right! I love that when you pull on the ribbon, the door opens up and there is a silly little cow saying "Cow's it going?"  I send one to a friend who was recouping, I hope it brought a smile.  Here is a link to the written tutorial: and the video I made.

I made a few other versions. The first is with the Beautiful Bouquet stamp set.

And this next card uses the A Little Lace stamp set.  It would be a fun one to send your friend for no reason at all, just for fun.

 I made a few cards with this technique a while ago, back in 2017.  You can see that post here:

And a couple more here:

I hope that you will give this technique a try.  If you do, please share it with me!  You can upload your card to the Splitcoaststampers gallery.  You can also show it to me on my Facebook group page called "Beth's Paper Cuts Idea Sharing Group"  I hope you will join my group and share with me. It is nice to get ideas and share them too!

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  1. Love your Flip Flap cards. Thanks for sharing. I will have to try this technique.

    1. Glad you like them JoAnn! I hope you give it a try sometimes. They are pretty simple :)


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