Corner Flip Card!!!

Corner Flip Card,

I am really loving the Black, White and touch of Gold this season! This card only enhances that feeling. Check out this card for my other favorite card! This card was created with the Corner Flip Technique which I learned from fellow stamper – Julie! Let’s get started!

For this cool technique, you will start with a piece of cardstock measuring 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ which is a regular card size! Using your Stampin’ Trimmer with the Score Blade, score the card in half at 4-1/4″! This is what creates a regular sized card. You can always just fold the card in half and use your Bone Folder. Now move the cardstock over the 3” mark and using the cutting blade cut from 2-1/2″ down to 4-7/8”. Then turn the cardstock 90 degrees and line it up at 3” mark again and using the Cutting Blade cut from 3” line up to the 5/8” line. This will look like an L-Shape cut! Now you are all done and you will just press on the corner of the L-Shape and flip the corners over! You can secure the corner down with a Mini Glue Dot! If you would like to see a Video Tutorial, check out Julie’s here! Now it is time to decorate! I used a piece of Gold Foil Paper measuring 2-3/4″ x 2-3/4″. Then on a piece of Whisper White measuring 2-1/2 x 2-1/2″, I stamped the greeting from the Peaceful Pines Stamp Set and the pine cones from the Wonderland Stamp Set! Both of these were stamped in Basic Black. I did go back to this card and added a little bit of Gold Dazzling Details to the pine cone! I love it! The Winter Wonderland Designer Series Paper at the bottom measures 4-1/4″ x 1-1/2″!

Corner Fold Card,

I did add a piece of Whisper White to the inside of the card so you can write on it and to have the fabulous white border! I really love all the pops of gold and the simplicity! This would also make a cute kids card!

Happy Stampin’


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4 thoughts on “Corner Flip Card!!!

  1. Love the corner flip card! You used an embossing folder on one of your cards that was so different Like circles and smaller circles. You said it was one of your favorites and I didn’t write it down. Do you remember which one it was? Very small and beautiful. Thanks! Judy

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