Janie Dodge, Guest Artist
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Third Thursday Class this week....

This is one of the cards from my THIRD THURSDAY CLASS this week.  I wanted to take the opportunity to use the new THINLITS CARD DIES.  These dies cut and score to create a card that flips in just one step!  The dies come with extra die pieces that have versatile designs so you can use them on other projects, not just for flip cards.


Thursday snowflake

Seasons Greetings Flip Card


Stamps:  Festive Flurry, page 30; More Merry Messages, #126400, wood, $32.95, #126402, clear, $24.95

Card stock:  Smoky Slate, Whisper White, Pool Party

Designer Series Paper:  Winter Frost, page 29 HC

Glimmer Paper:  Silver, page 156

Ink:  Pool Party, Island Indigo

Accessories:  Rhinestones, page 171; 2 ½” Circle Punch and Decorative Label Punch, page 181 & 182; Festive Flurry Framelits Dies, page 30 HC; Circle card Thinlits Die, #133480


Thursday snow inside
Figure 3 folded panel

1.  Cut Smoky Slate 5 ½” x 8 ½” for your base card.  Cut DSP 2” X 5 ¼”.  Adhere this panel to the right side of Smoky Slate.  Use your adhesive on three sides of the DSP ~ not the side that cuts the circle!

2.  Put Smoky Slate w DSP panel under the framelit to cut out the flip circle (figure 1).  The half circle of DSP will be cut off (figure 2).

3.  The other end of the card stock will be on top of the framelit which allows you to have an extra panel on your card (figure 3).  It will score automatically so that you can fold it easily.


Thursday framelit
Figure 1


Thursday framelit 2
Figure 2

      I have a class coming up on Sunday afternoon, October 27, from 2 to 4 PM if you would like to learn to make this card.  The class uses the Festive Flurry stamp set and Framelit Dies (Bundle & Save ~ wood, #133284, $54.95 or clear, #133285, $46.95 ~ saves 15%).  The class is $20 for 2 cards and a 3-D project.



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