Corner Flip Birthday Card
I saw this video for a “Corner Flip” card HERE and thought I’d give it a try! I love the interesting angle created behind the simple stamped panel, and I also love how the inside panel is visible and offsets the stamped panel so nicely. Here’s another angle of the corner.
The stamps I used for this card are from the “Avant-Garden” stamp set by Stampin’ Up. It was a free set with a $50 purchase (and retired after March 31, 2017). The inks I used are SU Crisp Cantaloupe and Tip Top Taupe and Gina K Kraft and Fresh Asparagus. I did generation stamping (stamping off) to get the two shades of peach and did some masking to keep my layers clean. Card stock used is Gina K Peach Bellini, Kraft, and white.
I made repeating diagonal score lines on my corner before flipping. I’d like to say I came up with the idea as part of my design plan, but the truth is, I had made a mistake trying to score the corner before flipping it. I either had to keep scoring or get a new piece of card stock and start over. I kind of like the way my mistake turned out! (It’s not really even necessary to score before folding; it folds pretty easily without a score line.)
Thanks for checking out my card project!
5 thoughts on “Corner Flip Birthday Card”
Love seeing your cards, Lisa!! This is a beauty.
What a beautiful card. I just love those colors and they certainly remind me Spring is here.
Beautiful colors and design, Lisa.
What a happy accident about the scoring! It looks great and I like this fancy fold. The peach colors are really soft and pretty.
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