I apologize, this card is super late this week, life has been a bit hectic, but I really liked the challenge this week. It is a colour challenge, and I really like the colour pallet that we had to work with, and I also needed a birthday card for my nephew.
Here is the colour combo
And this is what I came up with…….
Trying to see if this video will post 🤞🏻
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In Early November I made a Triple Flip Ornament card , I thought it turned out pretty neat so I thought I would try it again. The first card was a 5 1/2″ square card and I made it in a green. This time I created a 7 1/4″ x 4 3/4″ rectangle and I made it in a red, and I used a different patterned paper. I hope you like 🙂
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*I have a really special card today, this is a card that I made for my sister. Now, my sister has been receiving cards from me for years now, and it’s hard to come up with unique cards especially when your sending it to someone who means so much to you. Last year I sent her a pretty over the top card (see it HERE) so the presure was on to come up with something really special, but I tried. and this is what I came up with…….
its a card that is fabulous on the outside…
and fabulous on the inside, just like my sis, Love you Sis
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While cleaning my craft room 😳 I came across this adorable patterned paper pack that I had forgotten about (who me 😊) and knew I needed to use it, and I thought that the large ornaments would work great on a Triple Flip card, soooo this is what I came up with.
*I have been trying to think of a way to use the triple flip die set in a different way, then I saw Karen Aickens version where she only used one large flipper as opposed to using all three smaller flippers. Also one of my oldest and dearest friends had a birthday coming up and I decided she needed a fancy bouquet of flowers for her birthday, so I decided to combine the two. The effect I was looking for with this card was to have the card look like it is one colour of a bouquet when closed, but have a different colour of bouquet when it is open, and I think I pulled it off