A Quick Little “Flip-It” Card

Good Morning,

Just a quick post on one of the last cards I made for one of my son’s teachers. These Stephanie Bernard/Sizzix die cut flip-it cards make it so easy to give a fun interactive card quickly.Week June 12 facebook-3

I used an older 6×6 paper pad from Echo Park called Fine and Dandy. I love the bright colors and again the chance to use pink. Using my Sizzix machine and Stephanie’s die set to make the card, layers and the center square I was done in less than 10 minutes. For the sentiment, I used her stamp set “flower power 2 fill”.  On the other flip side of the square is more stamps from the same set.  Week June 12 facebook 3a

I did this simply but one could do more by using a larger sheet of paper folded over and making a hidden spot for journaling or a gift card holder or just adding some stickers.

The teacher I am giving this to has decorations that center around movement in her room so I wanted to put the focus more on the movement. I thought it would be the part most appreciated.

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Thank you for stopping in for this quick card project,

Until next time,

Published by The Morning Scrapper


6 thoughts on “A Quick Little “Flip-It” Card

    1. It is the cutest paper pad. I love all the colors. Echo Park was at an Expo I attended two years ago with ridiculous prices I walked out of there loaded down with so much of their product. Fine and Dandy paper pads being one of them. For me that is huge since I have all boys, I am now very attached to pink! LOL!

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