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Easy Flip Flop Card by Jennifer Svare

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Hello!  Today I'm excited to share a unique flip-flop card idea.  It's got a full front panel, and the front floral "flips" to reveal the sentiment when the card is pulled.  The video below shows this card in action.

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The Oval Fold Frame die makes this type of card very simple to make.  Again, the video will show exact measurements and instructions, but it doesn't take long at all!  I used the inner oval nesting die that comes with the Oval Fold Frame to create the base for the front. The flowers came from the beautiful Adriana Oval Frame for a white-on-white floral background texture.

I used the label from the Adriana Pop Easel Set to create a vase for this card.  I die cut it out of watercolor paper, and then watercolored some grays to create a cement look.  The Floral Cluster pieces were also cut and watercolored, along with Garden Leaves and Berries for the greenery.  Distress Oxide inks were used to create a colorful background.

Flip Flop Sentiment

When the card is pulled, the floral vase "flips" to reveal the sentiment.  For this card, I used a sentiment from the fun Birthday Blowout clear stamp set.  

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The back of the card has a little floral blossom that was left over, and I just love the patterned paper from Memory Box's Springtime Bouquet 6x6 paper pad.  I hope you give this a try - it is a really fun card to make!  Thank you for stopping by today!

 

Jennifer Floral Signature copy 2

 

 

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Comments

Beautiful :)

Hi Jennifer, This is a lovely technique and your card colours and die-cuts are beautiful.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Very pretty card!

What a nice card! I wonder if you have written instructions with measurements? It takes me a lot of time to absorb verbal instructions, which means stopping and going back to the beginning many times over which I will do if I have to.
I won the Adriana frame recently and want to try your method. Thanks for the instructions!

Hi Sandra! I am happy to write up some instructions for you; in fact, I realized there was an extra step in the video that didn't need to be there. ha! I will be in touch, so glad you are going to give it a try. :)

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