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.

die_align
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

Former Sizzix Senior Product Designer and current 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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