Ready to flip over the January MFT Stamps release? I love flip – flop cards and don’t make them enough since they can be a little tricky to make. A few months ago, MFT Stamps released some fab flop card dies in basic shapes and now they are taking it up a notch with this darling new heart shaped flop card.
I just couldn’t wait to use it! It’s called Flop Card – Heart Die-namics and it couldn’t be easier to make this special interactive card. One of the dies scores and cuts the fold and the other, die-cuts a stitched heart that is perfect for layering on the flop card or for using on its own. I’ve repeated the stitched heart die cut on the inside to hold the stamped sentiment.
On the outside front of the card, I’ve added in some sweet stamping from the So Much Love stamp set. If you missed this release last year, there’s still time to get it. As you can tell I adore it and use it often.
To embellish the front white panel, I ran it through the die-cut machine again using the Stitched Strip Die-namics to add extra texture and interest.
I love how with this flop card fold/cut it shows the front of the card when you open the card so that you can see the fully decorated card at once.
Ready for more papercraft inspiration? Stop by the MFT Stamps blog for links to more sneak peeks and additional projects (they’re super fab), as well as a chance to win some new MFT goodies!
Keep it crafty!