Chanukah Circle Flip Card

Chanukah Circle Flip Card

I needed a bunch of these cards, and they came together pretty quickly once I had all the die cutting and embossing done. My MISTI made short work of the stamped panels on the inside. Good thing too because Chanukah starts on December 10th this year, and it kind of crept up on me!

The base for this flip card was made with the “Circle Flip Die” set from Creek Bank Creations. I added the Star of David from the “Menorah Medley Die Collection” from Papertrey Ink and used the Cuttlebug “Rebecca” embossing folder (discontinued?) to add some texture to the inside panel (that half shows even when the card is closed).

The greeting is from the Papertrey Ink “Menorah Medley Stamp Set” (no longer available?) stamped with Gina K Designs Blue Denim ink. The patterned paper is “Snowflakes” by Reminisce.

Thanks for checking out my card project!

8 thoughts on “Chanukah Circle Flip Card

  1. This is wonderful. I love the blue you have chosen and adding the Star of David makes it special. Those flip circle dies are great – on my wish list at the moment. The interactive feature makes this one stand out and yet you have kept it totally CAS at the same time. Love it!


  2. Beautiful circle flip card. The added touches of the embossing folder and the patterned paper give your card such a cohesive CAS card.


  3. Lisa, this is beautiful! Blue and white look great together and your embossing adds depth and beauty to it both open and closed. I love that you have the video of it moving, too.


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