Tropical Flip-it Birthday Card

Here’s a fun mix of a Stephanie Barnard Flip-it card with shapes from my Tropicool Vibes collection of dies, stamps and paper to create a laid-back  birthday card.

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Start by gathering your supplies:

Supplies
You will also need a BigShot die cutting machine.

Die_cut

Fold_card
Die cut the following: a card base from green cardstock, two side layers from different pattern paper from my Tropicool Vibes paper pad, a scallop circle from blue cardstock and three monstera leaves from green cardstock. Fold the card base to create the flip-it mechanism.

Right_layer
Adhere the larger, right layer panel.

left_layer
Adhere the smaller left layer panel.

center
Adhere the scallop circle to the center of the round flip-it shape.

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Use StazOn black ink to stamp the flamingos and phrase. I colored the birds using markers from The Stamps of Life. Place the coordinating Framelit dies on the stamped art and die cut the shapes.

Front_adhere
Adhere the flamingos and phrase to the scallop circle.

inside_adhere
Open the card and adhere the three monstera leaves to the inside circle. Leave room on the inside circle to write a greeting.

So simple and fresh! Let the tropical summer memories continue!

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About Lynda Kanase

Sizzix Senior Product Designer, Crafter, Maker, Stitcher, Scrapper, Graphic Designer, Illustrator, Instructor, Anglophile, Dog lover and Mom trying to make the world prettier, one project at a time. Please join me on this creative adventure.

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