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Triple Flip Card-Creative Fold Series

Triple Flip Card_Something for Baby

Today's Creative Fold Video is #60 in my series and features a Triple Flip Card, I designed.  It was inspired by a card I seen at a stamp convention.

I used the Something for Baby Stamp Set which is a new stamp set that will be released on June 2 in the New Stampin' Up! Catalog.

Something for Baby Stamp Set will also be used for my first Stamp of the Month Kit. Check out all the details of this new program at the top of this page.  What sets my Stamp of the Month Kit apart from other monthly stamp kits?  Every kit will have at least one creative fold card.  

Don't forget to check back on June 2 to get the hostess code, so that you can get a free spool of the new in color ribbon free.

 

Supplies Used:

  • #133679 Lost Lagoon Cardstock 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" Scored at 4 1/4" & 2 1/8"
  • #133701 Moonlight Designer Series Paper Stacks 1 7/8" x 5 3/8"
  • #133678 Hello Honey Cardstock Scrap for Scallop Punch
  • #131202 Smokey Slate Cardstock Scrap for Circle Punch
  • #100730 Whisper White Cardstock 4" x 5 1/4" scrap for framelits
  • #119854 1 3/4" Scallop Punch
  • #119860 1 3/8" Circle Punch
  • #133644 Lost Lagoon Classic Ink Pad
  • #133643 Hello Honey Classic Ink Pad
  • #136790 Wood-Mount or #136791 Clear-Mount Something for Baby Bundle-Stamp Set and Framelits
  • #136605 Wood-Mount or #136606 # Clear-Mount Itty Bitty Banners Bundle-Stamp Set and Framelits
  • #127023 Delicate Designs Embossing Folder                                           VIDEO

 

Comments

Linda Bauwin

Teresa
About 1 1/4" hope that helps.
Linda

Teresa Rew

What is the size of your.circle framelit?? you used to cut the three half circles? Thank you

Amy

Love it!

Linda Bauwin

Robin
So glad you enjoyed. WOW 38 years of teaching you need to kick back and enjoy lots of stamping :) Linda

Robin

What a cute baby card! I have no grandchildren on the horizon, but I enjoy all things baby just the same. I recently retired from teaching after 38 years and I have so much more time to view blogs. I'm going to really enjoy yours! You have so many creative ideas and I love your enthusiasm!

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