Oct 7, 2019

Triple Flip Christmas Card

Hello and welcome back DRU friends.  Lena here today sharing a Christmas card with you.

It's a Christmas Fairy Triple Flip card.  Now that's a mouthful :)  I love interactive cards and these are so much fun, AND they can be used for any occasion!

When flipped, you have messages on the other side of the rectangle panels :-)
It was also pretty quick to put together.  I used the Triple Flip die by Karen Burniston.  Here is a LINK to her easy to follow tutorial on YouTube.  After assembling the card, I used the Frosty Fairy Friends stamp and die set from Lawn Fawn to decorate the flipping panels.

I continued the Frosty Friends theme on the inside of the card by stamping a few more elements out of the same stamp set.

When I looked at my card again, I felt like I wanted to add a little more to it, so I grabbed the Fir Trees Border by Impression Obsession and cut it out twice.  After figuring out exactly where I wanted to place them, I adhered each layer using foam squares, and then trimmed the excess of the sides.
On the top portion of the card, I added another piece of the snow flurries paper and adhered a die cut made using the Santa's Sleigh and Reindeer die by Cheery Lynn.  I adhered it using mini foam squares.
I definitely like the extra decorations on it. What do you think?

Here is a list of the crafty supplies used,
each linked to the Dies R Us store  for your convenience.

Triple Flip Card - Karen Burniston

Sleigh Pop-Up - Karen Burniston
(for the little wreath)

Frosty Fairy Friends Stamp Set - Lawn Fawn

Frosty Fairy Friends Die Set - Lawn Fawn

Memento - Bamboo Leaves

Memento - Summer Sky

Memento - Tuxedo Black

FineLine Bottle Applicator

Foam Squares

I hope you enjoyed my Christmas card today.  Christmas will be here before you know it, so I hope that I was able to inspire you to use your dies, create a project, and come play along with us at the Dies R Us Challenge Blog for your chance to win a gift voucher to the Dies R Us Store.  A new challenge begins on the 1st and 15th of every month.  Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Pinterest too.

1 comment:

  1. I saw this on Facebook and had to stop by to say how cute it is. Such a great interactive card!


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