Circle Flip Card
As I mentioned in my last post, I have several cards to share using Creek Bank Creations’ Circle Flip Die set. Here’s card #2 where I used the dies to create a quick and easy, traditional circle flip card.
The die set includes the die to cut the “flip” part that you center on the front of a standard A2 card base and dies to cut two circles and the decorative panel for the front. Deciding how to decorate the focal circle and choosing the paper is the “hardest” part!
For this card, I used one of the dies from the “Layered Happy Birthday” set from Spellbinders. The patterned paper is from the “Playful Palette” designer series paper stack from Stampin’ Up (retired).
I feel like flip cards look a little wonky when displayed so I created a card stand using Creek Bank Creations’ Card Stand Die to include with the card (although the card stands on its own and definitely could be displayed without the stand).
HERE is the video that shows how to create the basic flip card.
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8 thoughts on “Circle Flip Card”
Your card is wonderful.
Great card and great die. Thanks for linking the video.
Is it possible to have too many circles and dots, I think no. Great flip and use of die . Thanks for all the links.
Lovely card! Have to take a look at the video. Thanks!
Super fun card. Love the main image and your patterned papers.
This is definitely a “happy” birthday card. Love the pp. Looks like you’re having too much fun with the circle flip die.
Well this is a fun one! Great work on it.
I love that you share the product info and the videos showing how they are used. This is a great card and I like the pp you have used. I have the spellbinders die so I could truly make this if I get the Flip set.