July 11, 2019

We'll Walrus Be Friends Flip Card

Hello and Happy Thursday! Thanks so much for stopping by to visit me here! I am back today with a super cute project! This card is completely inspired by Tami White who is currently enjoying the well deserved Stampin' Up! cruise of the Greek Isles. A very dear friend shared Tami's video tutorial with me, and I completely fell in love with this flip card and knew immediately I wanted to try it with this adorable stamp set, We'll Walrus Be Friends! 

For this card, you will need a card base in Pretty Peacock measuring 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" scored and folded at 4 1/4"
A layer of Whisper White cut using the largest rectangle in the Stitched Rectangles collection
A layering piece of the 2019-2021 InColor DSP cut with the second largest rectangle in the Stitched Rectangles collection
A piece of Pretty Peacock cut 6 1/4" x 2" (this will create your pull) scored at 2" and 2 1/4"
A piece of Pretty Peacock cut with the largest square in the Stitched Shapes Collection, a second one cut from the second largest square from the same collection
A piece of Whisper White cut from the second largest and third  largest stitched squares in the Stitched Shapes collection
Scraps to stamp our image and gasp...we will need to fussy cut him!

Using the Classic Label punch, punch out the center from the DSP and set aside. Add the large Whisper White panel to the card front and set aside. Stamp the Walrus in Memento Tuxedo Black ink onto a scrap piece of Whisper White and color him in using the light and dark Smoky Slate Stampin' Blends and fussy cut him out. Next stamp the sentiment onto the largest Whisper White square and adhere to the largest stitched Pretty Peacock square. Then stamp the second sentiment onto the smallest Whisper White stitched square and layer it to the second Pretty Peacock square. 

Now, you will punch the "pull" with the Delightful Tag Topper punch and adhere the smaller set of stitched squares to the the opposite end of the pull (you will notice a "square" at the end created from your score lines. This is where you will attach the panel. Now add some adhesive to the center of the 2 score lines (preferably Tear & Tape) and adhere the left edge of the larger stitched squares to this. Now, thread the pull through the opening created in the DSP and adhere the DSP to the card with Stampin' Dimensionals, making sure to keep the pull free to move. Thread some of the ribbon through the hole in the pull and tie a bow around it using the Whisper White Bakers Twine.
Okay, go ahead, pull and push and pull again.....isn't it a hoot? I just love these guys and I love this flip card.
I hope this inspires you to give it a try. You'll love it, I'm sure. If you enjoyed this card, feel free to join my mailing list to receive tutorials such as this directly to your inbox each week. You can subscribe right here

Happy Stamping,

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