Make a flip/swing card with basic supplies! No Dies needed!

Hi Friends! Tonight I am going to show you a very simple way to make a custom swing or flip-flop card using basic supplies:

The beautiful stamps I am using are from Rubbernecker (one of my favorite stamp show booths!) I used Wildflowers in the Wind and Cheesecloth background. I hope you enjoyed this back to basics tutorial. It is nice to know we can create something beautiful with cardstock, simple cutters or craft knife and stamps. Have a great evening and til next time happy crafting!

18 Responses

  1. thanks big time Lindsay! i dont have any machines or dies, etc so good to know ‘how to’ do it without all the ‘fancy’ stuff, lol 🙂 pretty card!

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  2. Excellent card. I like making these as well but I just use double sided paper!

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  3. Thanks Lindsay, you are awesome! Gotta get my old tools out.

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  4. Hi Lindsay. That is actually easier than the one using the special die. Gotta love your short cuts. You are the best . Love from your Florida friend, Della

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  5. Very pretty card Lindsay. I will have to make this one for sure.

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  6. I really love this card, the stamps and the way that you’ve used them. As always, I really love the inspiration from you. Thank you. Off to check out the stamps.

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  7. What a beautiful card! Where can I buy this stamp set, please?

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  8. Great card. Rubbernecker has some awesome stamps don’t they.

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  9. Thank you Lindsay, I totally forgot about those cutters(going to pull them out this weekend and make a whole bunch of cards. Love the design.

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  10. I LOVE it!

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  11. WOW! This is exciting!

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  12. Love it. I knew there was a reason to hang on to my old tools.

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  13. Those stamps are gorgeous. You sure influence my stamp buying. LOL

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  14. oh my gosh . that is incredible! I still have those old creative memory ovals someplace too. THey had some really good tools.

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  15. This is a super easy beautiful card. I do little stamping but would decorate it with pencil crayons or watercolor pencils. Thank you for great ideas. Please do more with watercolor pencils and pencil crayons. Thanks, Judy

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  16. Very cool! Thanks for the great tutorial.

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  17. What a cute card and I love how quickly you worked it up!!!

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