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Pull Tab Flap Card

October 17, 2019

Today I am sharing a fancy fold card that I have seen in many forms on the internet.  I watched a video by Lisa Curcio to create my card today.  You will find the video in this post.  I cut a piece of Night Before Christmas Designer Series Paper and attached it to Whisper White card for a bit of strength before punching the panel with the Classic Label Punch to create the slide for the pull mechanism.  I cut my card using the squares from the Stitched Shapes Dies as per Lisa’s instructions. To decorate the front panel, I stamped the image from the Elfie stamp set onto scrap Whisper White card and coloured the Image using Stampin’ Blends in the following coloures – Cherry Cobbler, Mossy Meadow, Daffodil Delight, Ivory and Bronze.  I hand cut the image so that I was left with only the elf and attached it to the card front panel.  On the pull for the inside, I stamped the greeting from the Elfie stamp set using Memento Tuxedo Black ink.  I also stamped the parcel image from the Elfie stamp set using the same ink and coloured it using the Cherry Cobbler and Daffodil Delight Stampin’ BlendsOnce I had assembled the pull tab and panels on the Designer Series Paper panel, it is attached to Cherry Cobbler card using dimensionals, making sure not to impede the pull mechanism.  The whole piece is attached to scored and folded Thick Whisper White card.   I stamped another of the greetings from the Elfie stamp set onto the inside of the card base using Cherry Cobbler ink.  I attached a length of Silver 5/8″ Metallic Edge Ribbon through the pull mechanism to make it easier to use.

I love the way this came together and seriously it was not as hard as you might think, thanks to Lisa and her video, it is really quite easy.  I hope you give it a try.

Bye for now,


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