Wednesday, 26 August 2009

Flippin Christmas!!

Hi everyone, No! not a statement more the title of this card I have made for a magazine article.
It will be featured in Simply Cards and Papercraft magazine Issue 64, on sale in October. It will be under the heading of "The Best of British Cardmaking" and the theme for this issue was Christmas.. So here is my creation.. I have used a decoupage sheet from the new Flippin Christmas range.
From those who have seen the sample in the flesh, the feedback has been great. So once it arrives back from the photographers we will be displaying it in the shop for you all to see.. So don't forget to pick up your copy of the magazine when it is on sale as it has all the step by step instructions on how to make it. It even folds flat to go into an A5 envelope...
Thanks for checking us out and have a great day..


  1. I really like all your creations! I've just gone through your entire blog and you have some truly beautiful cards!

  2. Fantatastic,I do love this range,as Jo knows!!It is great to see the decoupage used in a different way.What did you do with the back view,Andy? Thanks for the inspiration again. Becky-Bex

  3. Thanks for your comments ladies. The back view is just 2 squares of christmas tree paper, (yes Becky we have them in stock!!)with a frame over them to make a window. I love this card it makes me smile everytime I see it....

  4. Oh my gosh, this range is just fabulously funny.

    Love what u have done here.


  5. Not a fan of the 'flippin' ranges but have to say the Christmas ones did take my fancy.

    Great card Andy shall look out for the article in the mag (perhaps you should have a signing session LOL)

    Toni :o)

  6. Loved these when I first saw your cards Andy and still think they are an absolutely brilliant way of using the 'Flippin' range! Still haven't got round to making one and needed a reminder! When's the workshop for this one then??? xx

  7. Fantastic card Andy. I have not stopped laughting yet. will pass in for some of the backing paper Jo. keep the pinnacle flag flying high.

    Lisa Lue xxx