I put this flip flop card together for my son's bowling coach. They are finishing the year with a tournament last week and then a final banquet this weekend. We were wanting to give him a gift card, so I volunteered to make the card. I have to say the way my son signed it isn't the direction I was thinking, but but hey he's a kid and it seemed to work. I'll keep him around.
This card is cut on Design Studio with the George cartridge. I have to give credit where credit is due, my sister Susan made up the cut file. After a little fooling around with it today I was finally able to put it together. I was very obvious, but my brain wasn't working that direction. So 1/2 hour later and 3 sample cuts later, I had it figured out. I cut two pieces of the patterned paper (one upside down on the mat) and them matched them up and taped them together.
I really enjoy spending my spare time working on crafts. Specifically, scrapbooking & cardmaking. I also have a thing about figuring out how things work, so I'm taking on a blog.
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