I’ve had quite a few of you purchase one or both of these Stampin’ Up flip card Dies so I thought I’m make a tip video for how to add layers as well as extend the card to create a flap and writing area. (I’m not sure who came up with that original idea to add the flap but well done!)
If you are viewing from your email, click HERE to see video on my blog.
I received many great swaps using the new thinlits and as promised in the video, here are a few of my favorites!
This cute little guy was a swap created by Jill Hilliard. The reindeer is from the SU Holiday catalog called Color Me Christmas
This pretty snowflake card was created by April Lopez. The scallop comes with the circle card thinlits and April used it with SU Silver Foil Sheets.
I wish there was a name written on the back, maybe Iina Lee? I think it had a cello envelope with her label on it, which is long gone!
I love getting a swap every year from Georgia Giguere, who puts her family photo inside! Use the Sizzix Circle framelits and the magnetic platform to make easy circles!
Everyone loves this cute owl punch card by Linda Gutierrez!
Sandy Hancock made this one and I love how she used the SU Stripes embossing folder on one side of the flip card.
Here is the extended version of the flip card I showed in the video. It’s by Sue Kempter-Miller.
If you don’t have the thinlits yet and would like one or both, here are the 2 options available so far:
Circle Card Item #133480 $32.95
Label Card Item # 133479 32.95
If you have a regular demonstrator you can order from, awesome! If not, you can order online anytime in my SU store at www.lindahellerstampinup.net and click on Shop in upper right hand corner.
Or if you don’t like to order online, you can call me toll free at 866-460-4902 or email me at Lindastamps@cfl.rr.com
p.s. Remember the $25 starter kit special starts today for only 2 weeks, until October 21st! You choose any product between 25.00 and 26.95 plus tax, free shipping! If you have been waiting for a sale, this is a good time to give SU a try or come back if you have been a demo before. See my post HERE from last week to read more about it.
I would love to see the video, but it’s marked “private.” Can you please fix it and then send out an update? Thanks so much!
Just a friendly note: the privacy settings on the video are set to Private, which means only people you give permission to may see it. If this was in error you may want to change it.
I fixed it – all good!
FYI, The 3rd card Raspberry ripple with the Birthday dsp is mine.
AHA! Thank you!! was driving me nuts. that’s why we need names on the backs!
Thanks for the video. Lowell goes in hospital on the 24th for tests and surgery on the 25th. So if others can stamp next week I can. Sheila
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I’ve tried this – it works for me if I cut the cardstock a tad smaller widthwise to insert it through the die