Thursday, May 20, 2010

Birthday Flip Card

This Flip Card is kind of difficult to showcase in a photo, but it is a great way to create a fancy fold using your Big Shot.  My friend, Rae Anne, has a great tutorial on making this fancy fold.  I had to order the scallop circle after seeing what she did with it on my birthday card!  Don't you just "hate" it when that happens?   One of my club members called the narrow top piece a handle, which seems about right.  It is all in the way you line things up.  It's easy to create a different half cut by changing the way you run it through your machine.  Sometimes that happens even when you aren't trying too :-)  We then ran it back through the Big Shot with the new Square Lattice Impressions Embossing Folder from the Summer Mini Catalog to create the textured back side and stamped a Top Note piece to finish it off.  We used cardstock to make the cupcake paper, but colored the candle with Water Color Crayons.  The sprinkles are non-Stampin' Up! and held on with Multi Purpose Adhesive. 
Supplies:  Only Orange, Whisper White, Tempting Turquoise cardstock, Crazy for Cupcakes stamp set, Black StazOn ink, Bold Brights water color crayons, blender pen, Multi Purpose Adhesive, Big Shot, Top Note die, Square Lattice impressions folder

1 comment:

  1. I love this card its too cute Kristin Goetz


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