Monday, May 3, 2021

Karen Burniston Triple Flip and Amy Design Friendly Frogs for Dies R Us

Hello dear readers, I was so excited to get a new die set with movement that I began working with it immediately.  I recently received the Karen Burniston Triple Flip die set.  I have all sorts of ideas swimming in my head but I started with my other new dies from the Amy Design Friendly Frogs collection.  There were so many frogs from which to choose, it was easy to fill all the panels on the triple flip.


I found it super easy to assemble with the help of  Karen Burniston's Triple Flip Assembly video.  One of the tips I took from the video was to use foam tape to back the flip panel.  This allowed for plenty of room for the flip to happen behind the scene.  I also cut and inlaid the arrow from a scrap piece of the patterned paper. Another option is to add washy tape between the layers instead of leaving an empty arrow.


I used the same scalloped frame in each panel but the set has a few different combinations from which to create.  The smaller frogs are from the Amy Design Friendly Frogs - Frog Frame die set.


I used the Karen Burniston Party Border Blends to add interest across the top.  I also sprinkled some jewels in the border.


I stamped a one of kind sentiment with an alpha stamp set.  This card is already in the mail to my nephew whom we plan to visit later this month.  Adults are impressed with kinetic cards but I have a feeling my nephew will play with this card.  Good thing it is designed with reinforcements in all the mechanical areas.  I think it will last through hundreds of flips.

I stamped the water across the bottom using the Amy Design Friendly Frogs-Clear Stamps.


Dies R Us store products used:






other products:
Creative Memories Jewel Power Palette
Mason Row Pegz American Typewriter Alpha stamp set
Quick Quotes Powderpuff chalking inks
purple card stock
gems

I would like to enter this in the following challenges:

(new dies/Creative Memories paper VERY OLD/Stamp set also old)






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Thanks for stopping by

Alicia



9 comments:

  1. Thoroughly fantastic card! Those froggies are adorable and make me think of the numerous frogs I've been spotting on evening nature walks as of late. They love to make their presence both seen and heard around these parts as we head ever closer towards summer.

    Autumn Zenith 🧡 Witchcrafted Life

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  2. Wow, what cool frog dies those are! They work perfect for the flip card, and look great with the purple. Thanks for joining us at Double Trouble!

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  3. The triple flip is perfect for the frogs. Such a great card! Thanks for joining Double Trouble! Cat ~ May's Crazy Cousin

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  4. Alicia, what a fun Triple Flip Fold... great for your set of frogs, and love the design papers and combination of the greens and purple that the fun frogs are set in. Thanks for joining your frogs with us at Double Trouble and Crafting Happiness.

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  5. Great card! Thanks for joining the fun at Crafting Happiness Challenges.
    :) Janis, Owner & Design Team

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  6. How super cute!! This is clever and creative. Thank you for playing along with our challenge at Double Trouble! :)

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  7. Wow, what a clever card design.
    Thanks for joining us at Craftyhazelnuts patterned paper challenge blog.
    Happy crafting!
    Catherine x DT

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  8. What a great fun fold, Alicia! I love the colors and frog silhouettes. Thank you for listing your products and thank you for joining us at Double Trouble Challenge #83.

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