Birthday Celebration Flip-it Card

I had fun making this flip-it card.

Birthday Celebration front
Birthday Celebration inside

The cardstock and patterned paper are from The Stamps of Life. This is the first time I have used their patterned paper and cardstock together. Love how the colors match.

The front stamped greeting is from the Stampin’Up, March Paper Pumpkin, set called Poppin’ Birthday. The inside greeting is also SU called Bring on the Cake. This is for a 25th birthday as you can see with the numbers being colored.

I used Gina K Designs Red Hot ink for the greeting. It matched the paper perfectly. The Tombow marker #856 matches the ink and paper quite well, so it was used to color the numbers.

I made the fold out piece to either write something or place a gift card there. I can add a vellum envelope to hold the gift card, if needed.

Dies used are the Sizzix Framelits Flip-its with a circle. I thought circle was part of the name, but it doesn’t appear to be. I used SU Stitched Shapes Framelits for the white circles. The white paper is Whisper White from SU. This is also a first for me. I had a couple of pieces, so pulled one out to use with this card. It is a smooth white and bright. I really like it.

This is for my daughter who is not into pinks and frills. Hopefully this will be acceptable to her.

7 thoughts on “Birthday Celebration Flip-it Card

  1. This is great Lisa. Love how all the reds match and how fun the front is. A wonderful idea to colour in the relevant numbers for the birthday.

  2. I love, love, love it!!! Perfect for a non frills girl, she will love it. Great idea to color in the relevant age numbers.

  3. Thank you for the comments! I have uses The Stamps of Life stamps for several years, but never purchased paper before this year. I bought the cardstock through Amazon, as I wasn’t a member and it was a bit cheaper; she no longer has any collection on her store there. I had the patterned paper for many month’s and had not used it. The stamp with the number used on the inside, came from my mother. I had to look up how that set was used. I had the Paper Pumpkin stamp and have used it a lot. Thanks for letting me share!

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