Today's card is what I refer to as a flippy floppy card, it opens a little one way, and then a little the other way, like it flips, then it flops, and I used the Festival of Prints Designer Paper from Stampin' Up!  Just in case the description above does not make sense, I did a video tutorial showing you just how I made this card.

If you don't have this fun little pack of designer paper, all I can say is, “Why not?”  Here is what I love about it:  Festival of Prints designer paper

  • 48 double sided sheets in a pack
  • 4 1/2″ x 6 1/2″
  • PURRRRR-fect for your Big Shot Dies
  • Goes with lots of colors
  • I am on my fourth pack of these, and if you don't love them as much as I do, I might feel a little foolish sharing with you that I am on my fourth pack

Moving on…

I wanted to use a lot of the patterns together without making a card that looks like Christmas threw up on it (admit it, you have either received one of those cards/made one of those cards/or heard horror stories about one of those cards!)  Doing a flip flop card is the perfect card ‘platform' to use a lot of patterns on.

Here is my fun flip flop card using Stampin' Up!'s Festival of Prints Designer Paper:

Flip flop card using stampin' up!'s festival of prints designer paperSupplies Used to Create this flip flop Festival of Prints card:

Stampin' Up! Stamps:  Seasonal Sayings (wm: 128006 cm: 128009), Tags til Christmas (wm: 120847 cm: 121169)

Stampin' Up! Ink:  Cherry Cobbler (126966), Old Olive (126953)

Stampin' Up! Cardstock:  Cherry Cobbler (119685), Old Olive (100702), Very Vanilla (101650)

Stampin' Up! Designer Series Paper:  Festival of Prints Designer Paper Stack (126904)

Stampin' Up! Accessories:  Ornament Punch (119847), 1/8″ Old Olive Taffeta Ribbon (119256), Simply Scored (122334)

To order any of these products click the links above and you will be taken to my online store.  You can also click here to go to my online store and then put the item numbers in the search bar and add them to your shopping bag.

So what do you think?  Is this a card that you think you can make now that you have seen the video tutorial?  I hope that you enjoyed learning how to make a flip flop card using Stampin' Up!'s Festival of Prints DSP – leave me a comment and let me know what you think!

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