Have you noticed how the internet is a little quirky lately?
I noticed it.
I noticed that every time it does, our system gets updated, then my site has to be updated or perhaps some of the plug-ins that help us run the site.
A dog can only bark right if all the pups are aligned!
So if you ran into an error message when you tried to open the 3rd Week of Christmas Ideas project, please know it’s fixed now.
Sorry about that.
And onto our next flipping project. Yes, we’re going to flip the card just like you flip a house.
The original card was in this post. Then the other night at stamp club, they flipped it into a fall card using about the same amount of effort.
And this is what they came up with…
Ann colored hers late last night while she was watching one of her shows.
There was a slight mis-cut on the Early Espresso piece. It’s just a little too wide. But everyone liked it the other night and I must say that I approve. Everything doesn’t have to be even, humans!
I think she missed a spot. Probably because she was trying to hurry so that she could come back to our chair for me to have a little cuddle. (That’s her official position as far as I’m concerned. Laptop.)
We’re not lovers of brown here, but we like this card and Ann will agree that the coloring is therapeutic – like a lot of card making is.
Are you wondering what color markers she used? One of them might surprise you. We used the old Color Coach to decide on these:
- Cajun Craze
- Crushed Curry
- Crumb Cake
- Perfect Plum
Do you have a card that you’d like to see flipped into something new and updated? Just drop us a line and tell us where you saw it on my blog.
I’ll be here sitting on Ann’s lap as much as possible until you find one.
Thank you for letting us share our love of stamping with you.
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It’s nice to start early on Christmas projects!