Hi everyone, today I’m sharing these beautiful Book Flip cards.
I was given this beautiful version for my birthday which my mum made.
After sharing all the handmade cards I received for my birthday, many of you asked if I would do a tutorial on the one mum made.
At first, she couldn’t remember who inspired her, and then she found the beautiful version she saw on Pinterest by Amanda Bates, I’ve linked to hers here.
I made this one during one of my Facebook Lives and thought the Papercraft Society kit 27 would work perfectly with this card style.
I added little bookmarks in a pocket on the front.
It’s held together with a ribbon tie, however, I’ve seen others in our group using a belly band fastening.
I think these would be perfect to add to a mini album page and covered with photos.
SUPPLIES USED TO MAKE THESE CARDS
Papercraft Society kit 27 is available here.
Papercraft Society kit 23 is available here.
My straighteners were purchased from Amazon, they are still available here but the price is different.
The cheapest I’ve found the same ones is here, however, I have never purchased from this site before.
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MEASUREMENTS NEEDED TO MAKE THESE CARDS
1 piece of 11′ x 8.1/4 card for the main card.
Score along the 11′ side at 2.3/4, 5.1/2 & 8.1/4
Score along the 8.1/4 side at 2.3/4 & 5.1/2
1 piece of 2.3/4 x 11′ card for the centre panel.
Score along the 11′ side at 1.3/8, 2.3/4, 5.1/2, 8.1/4 & 9.5/8
10 pieces of 2.1/2 x 2.1/2 pattern paper to decorate all the square panels.
4 pieces of 1′ x 2.1/2 pattern paper to decorate the ends of the centre panel.
2 pieces of 2.1/2 x 8′ card to decorate the front and back.
Check out my full tutorial below to see how I made them.
As always thank you for stopping by.
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