Smile Flip-its Card

Hi everyone! Jeanne here today with a Flip-its die project.
I think anyone who has visited my blog in the last few months knows I have a wee bit of an addiction to Stephanie Barnard’s Flip-its dies. They are so fun and easy to decorate that they make you look like a professional card maker with every project. 
I used my Big Shot to die cut pink cardstock with Circle Flip-its die (you’ll need a Premium Crease Pad).
Cut two pieces of patterned paper and lay it onto the Flip-its die on both ends.
Trim to the width you like (I trimmed both to 2″) and you have a perfect match for the circle cut out. 
Die cut 2 white cardstock pieces with Scallop Circle Framelits die and 2 black cardstock pieces with Circle Framelits die.
Assemble and add sentiments with Licorice ink.
Attach sentiment panels to your card on the front and back. 
Die cut a small circle from your favorite flesh colored cardstock and stamp the face with Licorice ink. Attach to the top of the sentiment panel. Add lace trim along edges (see finished card) and you’re done!

Stamps: The Stamps of Life- faces4stamps

Trim: Really Reasonable Ribbon- Amelia White Crochet LaceInk: Clearsnap Premium Dye Ink by Stephanie Barnard: LicoriceCardstock: Discount Cardstock- Bubblegum Pop-Tone, Brilliant White, Piggy Pink, Licorice Pop-TonePattern Papers: Basic Grey- Little Black DressAdhesive: 3M ATG GunPaper trimmer: Tonic Studios

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Hi! my name is Jeanne Streiff. I live in the great state of Texas with my husband of almost 30 years. We share four grown sons and two absolutely perfect grandchildren. You can find my work regularly in assorted books and magazines. When I’m not in the craft room you can find me reading, watching movies (I love a good campy monster movie) or hanging out with the dog or the chickens. I have dabbled in many crafts over the years but now I work mainly with paper. There is something about creating a nice card or handmade gift that just can’t be beat. My life is good. I get to spend hours each day playing with wonderful products and I get to work with some of my favorite people.


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