Wednesday, December 22, 2021

Christmas Advent - 24 Days of Tutorials - 23

 


Hello everyone! Welcome to Day 23 of the annual La-La Land Crafts 24 Days of Tutorials!

Jennifer here with you today to share a tutorial with you!

Today's tutorial is:  A Flip Flop Card

This is a Great Fun Card for Christmas or if you have completed all your
Christmas Cards you could turn it into a Birthday Card.


PRODUCTS USED

COPIC COLORS
Hippos: W00, W0, W01, W03, W07, W09, R20
Aqua: BG10, BG11, BG45, BG49
Pink: RV19, RV52, RV63, RV66
Yellow: Y00, Y15, YR23

PAPER CUTS & SCORING
Aqua Cardstock:
Card Frame 4 1/2 inches x 6inches

Teal Cardstock:
Back 4 1/2inches x 6 inches
3 Flaps 2 3/16inches x 4 1/2inches
2 off Small Trees
2 off Large Trees
4 off Candy Cane Tops

White Cardstock
Pink Cardstock:
2 off Doily String Border Die

Night Sky Patterned Paper:
3 off 3 9/16 inches

Pink Wrapping Paper: 
3 off 3 9/16inches

Pale Blue Star Sky:
3 off 1 9/16 x 4 1/2 inches

~ now for the tutorial you have been waiting for ~ 
my Flip Flop Card.

Front Side


Back Side



Using the Aqua Frame cut in 5/8 inches all the way around to create a frame.


This is how to do the Teal Flaps Score 3 sides 5/8inches and cut out the solid lines


Also cut out a small piece top and bottom like in the picture.


The Blue Night Sky is glued to the front and the word covered one I changed out for 
the pink parcel one and glued that to the back and then I cut the small bits out Like above.


Glue the first 5/8 inch tab top and bottom to the back piece of Teal as in the picture.


This is how they sit and then glue the Pale  Blue Sky pieces on.


Then on the 5/8 tabs top and bottom glue and pop the front frame on.


Then have fun decorating.


The Front



The Back

  
We would love to see what you can create with this design.





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33 comments:

  1. This card is pretty cool - definitely have to try it. Thanks for sharing the measurements.

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  2. Really like interactive cards. Great to have the measurements. Cool project!!

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  3. Thanks for sharing a new Flip Flop interactive card & written instructions how to assemble! What cute color choice of pink & blue hippos with wreath & blue candy canes on flip side! Happy Holidays! ❄💙❄

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  4. It's wonderful to get so many ideas for different style cards. This one looks like a lot of fun to assemble.

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  5. Jennifer this is just adorable! Thank you and Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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  6. Jennifer I always look forward to your projects because I know that they are going to be new and refreshing. You never disappoint. I don’t remember ever seeing a card like this. I really like it. Thank you for sharing your talent with us.

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  7. Well isn't that clever? I have never seen a card like that before. And I adore the hippos. They are just adorable.

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  8. <3 How cool is that!?! I think that even 'I' could make this! Great idea... and of course those cute Hippos sure make fantastic models!!! Thank you Jenny!

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  9. I love the hippos and all the blue! Very winter.

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  10. Wow, such a fun card! Interactive cards are always fun and intriguing! Makes for a fun gift to give. Now to try and make it, lol! Thanks for sharing 💕

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  11. Totally want to try this. Thank you. ♥️

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  12. Definitely want to try this one

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  13. It's the first time I've seen this kind of card, and it's absolutely stunning. I love how it's constructed and the final result 😍

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  14. Definitely like this interactive card. Each step is laid out nicely and believe trying it will certainly be tons of fun. Thank you.

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  15. Very cool card! Love the cute hippos!

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  16. This interactive card is so cool!! I love how you used the candy canes for the backside. I don't think I've ever come across this kind of card before... seems complex but you've made it look easy!

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  17. Wow, have not seen this type of card. Thanks the tutorial.

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  18. That's so cute I'm going to try and make it thank you for sharing!

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  19. Totally adorable card! Love the bright colours.

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  20. I love the colors used and the fun fold is awesome

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  21. What a cool interactive card. I will have to try it. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  22. This one is new to me. Very cute. Thank you!

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  23. WOW - WONDERFUL card!
    LOVE your CUTE hippos and FABULOUS FANCY folds!
    THANK YOU for sharing your tutorial, I love making interactive cards and this is new to me, so it's definitely going on my TO-DO list for 2022 :)

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  24. I've never seen this type of card before! Very cool! I may be giving this one a try.

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  25. What a great project! I have never seen a card nor make a card like this, but look forward to trying this one out in the new year!

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  26. Just WOW!! I love interactive cards!!! Grandkids love to get ones like this!!

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  27. How creative is this! Have to try it out

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  28. This is so awesome and unique!!!

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  29. Love this!!! It is on my "to try out" list.

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  30. I love your card and can't wait until i can make one. Thank you for the tutorial!

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