This is a cute one I made for my nephew a few years ago when he was in his superhero phase. I wish I could take full credit for these adorable characters but I actually got the idea from Laura Robison. When I created this card she had a website called http://www.hyperstamper.com which doesn’t seem to be active now if I ever find her again I will link to her new website.
To see another flip it card check this out https://mymessycraftroom.me/2018/10/03/circle-flip-it-card/
The first photo in which the card close, the second is with the left side open and the third picture is with both sides open.
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The card was made using a circle flip it dies, which is generally only used on one side but I find it makes a more interesting card to run the die through my Big shot on one side and then the other so it has the flippy circle on both sides.
The characters were made with a variety of circle sizes, the fun thing is that since the characters are disproportionate the circle sizes don’t matter as much. Spider-Man eyes were hearts that I have cut in half. To get Spider-Mans web pattered I rubbed black ink on a spider web embossing folder then run it through the Big Shot with the red cardstock.
The card die and punches are all from Stampin’ Up as is the cardstock, the ink and the alphabet stamps used for the greeting.
The patterned paper is paper from my stash, I believe from Costco.