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Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Stampin' Up! Embellished Ornaments Corner Flip Card + Video Tutorial

The Stampin' Up! Founder's Circle Retreat has officially started! I'm so excited that all my friends are arriving in St. George. (I came early a couple days early.) Stay tuned, I promise to share some photos of the fun, but I am still finishing up my (110!) swaps among other activities, so that needs to take priority!

My swap card is a Corner Flip Card. Here's another Corner Flip Card that I designed for Lisa's party last week. Don't you just love the traditional colors? I used Mossy Meadow, Cherry Cobbler, and Gold Foil cardstock. The Corner Flip Card is so easy; I can't stop making them! Be sure to watch my video below to learn how to do the cuts and flip.
Video Tutorial for Corner Flip Card + Stampin' Up! Embellished Ornaments + Delicate Ornaments Framelits with Gold Foil #christmas #stampinup Holiday Catalog www.juliedavison.com
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Learn how to make the Corner Flip Card. You can use any stamp set and any color! Prefer a Printable Tutorial? Download it for FREE:

Stampin' Up! Supplies: Embellished Ornaments stamp set, Mossy Meadow ink & cardstock, Cherry Cobbler cardstock, Whisper White cardstock, Versamark ink pad, Gold Embossing Powder, Heat Tool, Stampin' Trimmer, Delicate Ornaments Thinlits, 1-3/4" Circle Punch, Bone Folder, Glue Dots, Gold Cording Trim, Fine Tip Glue
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2 comments:

Mary Beth Krakowski said...

Julie, I think that your Christmas card using this layout is fantastic. It is so simply elegant! I thinking about making some myself for my Christmas cards. Thanks for the inspiration.

Carol Carriveau said...

Very cool idea, Julie - very pretty card!