Floral Swing Card

Floral Swing Card

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(inside: Happy Mother’s Day)

Recently, I posted a project using the Vase Builder Punch and stamps from the “Varied Vases” set, both from Stampin’ Up.  While I had these on my desk, I thought I’d play around with some paper piecing and the Sizzix “Square Flip-its #2” die set to create a swing card.

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The patterned paper is from the DCWV “Posh & Pink” premium stack.  I used the punch for the vase but had to “fussy cut” the blooms.  (This punch coordinates with a few of the stamps in the “Varied Vases” stamp set but not all.)

The inside sentiment is from the “Lovely Little Wreath” set which was part of the Stampin’ Up Paper Pumpkin April 2016 kit.  It (and the flowers on the front) were stamped with GKD Soft Stone ink.

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The Flip-its die set cuts (and scores) the base and the decorative panels so this card went together pretty quickly.  I like  way the center panel swings over when the card is opened, but I’m not sure how I feel about the way this card looks when it sits on a table to be displayed.  Hmmm…

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Thanks for checking out my card project!

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6 thoughts on “Floral Swing Card

  1. Your Mother’s Day designs are beautiful, Lisa! I like how fun this swing card is and how it sits on the table. It makes a person want to get closer and pick it up to inspect it! The gray and pink are fabulous! Take care and keep safe! Hugs, Darnell

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