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Join me as I show you how to make the Circle Flip Card with the Thinlit Die - NEW from Stampin' Up!

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Above: flip card partially open

Below: flip card open

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 <<<<< Thinlit half size cardstockTo create the flip card shown above, be sure you use this alternate size of cardstock (5-1/2 x 8-1/2") instead of the recommended size. 

Circle Thinlit Die Set



Label Thinlit Die Set


To create a regular flip card, follow the directions in the packet and use a 5-1/2" x 6" piece of carstock with your Thinlit card dies.

Thinlit 5x6 cardstock

Thinlit flip card dies flyer 1

 (More Flip Card Samples HERE)


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 Joyful Christmas (holiday catalog pg 27) #131802 wood / 131805 clear

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Barbara Diane


Thank you for the great video! I can't wait to get this wonderful die in my order! This will be such a quick way to make this fun card! I received my Christmas share in the mail yesterday - so exciting to see everything! Thank you! Wishing you a great day today!


Barbara Diane


Thank you Patty for that wonderful video and tips on how to make the different style card. I just love my thin lits and have only done the regular card with it. Now I can't wait to try the other design.

Kristen Evert

Super duper tips, Patty! Thanks so much for making this video!


Oh my goodness Patty! I just finished a picture tutorial for posting tomorrow and then saw this! I love the idea of adding the extra paper to this so you have room to write inside as well as not having to fuss with how to add the DSP.

Thank you so much for sharing! I'm off to try it!

sherrill graff

great post, thanks for the directions
I appreciate you Patty!
sherrill graff

Jeanne Kupsh

AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You rock!!

Paula Tharp

Thank you, thank you! I was sooo disappointed that there was no room to write a personal message. Now, with this extra panel... there is!! Now I will keep my circle set instead of sending it back. Thanks Patty!

Dianne Eure

Patty thank you so much for this video! I was wanting to have a place to write and couldn't figure out how to do it! Woohoo!!! I only have the circle one, and wanted to make my Christmas cards with it! This is wonderful and so are you for sharing!

Susan from Colorado

What a great video Patty! Thanks for the tip on making the extra fold over flap for this card! Can't wait to give this a try!

Lynn G.

Awesome video, awesome tip. Your card is sooo great. I love it! I love how you used the candy dots. Spectacular!

Susan Mac Donald

thank you for this video; such a great start to a new die

Carol Carriveau

A few days late, but just watched the video...THANK YOU for sharing how to use it and especially adding the additional flap on the card! Can't wait to play tomorrow at our meeting!


Great video, Patty! I, too, had forgotten how they had created the longer card shown at convention. Thanks for figuring that out and sharing!

Diane Garlets

Thanks, Patty, for sharing your video. I have an idea on the extra section...what if we used the perforating blade on the fold? Then the recipient could have a bookmark! (spoken like a true librarian, lol)


Patti, Thanks so much for sharing the video with us! You always have such neat tips!

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