Flip Flop Cards Made Simple: Petal Palette Tutorial

Love the idea of a card that moves? Try this Flip Flop Card – featuring the Petal Palette stamp set here, or check out this birthday card from my blog. You’ll need your Big Shot, a wide area die shape and some simple directions about where to place your cutting plates. And I’ll show you how to create this effect in the video tutorial!

Start with card stock cut to 4 1/4″ x 11″ then score at 2 3/4″ and 5 1/2″ – then watch for the simple steps to creating the Flip Flop element.

Or want it all pre-diecut for you? That’s where you’ll want to get my April Stamps in the Mail Club kit, with all the pieces ready-to-stamp, including the stamp set!

Can’t see the video correctly? No problem, click here to view it directly on YouTube. Don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel while you’re there!

This is one of the 4 projects from my April Stamps in the Mail Club Kit. So if you’d like to make this card at home (plus 3 other great projects), then be sure to fill out the web form here. I’ll send you a PayPal invoice and your stamps, ink and projects kit will be on their way to your doorstep!

Looking for more ideas on cards that involve motion or a fun flip or fold? Be sure to check my blog for more inspiration on cards that move!

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4 thoughts on “Flip Flop Cards Made Simple: Petal Palette Tutorial”

  1. Meg, I think you have really outdone yourself with the April kit. I have already used one of the cards as a birthday card for a friend. Love these.

    • Thanks Jackie!! So glad you’re enjoying this month’s cards – and I’m sure your friend will be thrilled to receive your birthday card! Happy Stamping!! -Meg

  2. I have been trying to find out how this type of fun fold has been made for ages Meg, I have watched a few video tutorials but I always got confused by these. Your video tutorial is so simply explained that I am so excited about trying out this ‘fun fold’ at last. :O)

    • So glad that you found it helpful, Lorraine!! I love hearing that people are finding the directions they need with my videos – so many fun projects are simpler than they appear! Happy Stamping – Meg

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