MSC – Sentiment Says it All

Created primarily for an upcoming close friends birthday I also decided to make it fit the Mod Squad challenge this week. I first saw a card similar to this on Pinterest and I decided to CASE it but with my own take …

MSC Mod Squad

It is called a double point card and basically you create 2 flaps (pp from my stash) and glue to the white cs and then fold the excess into the points you see here. I added a side view and a full view of the part under the flap (bottom of photo) so you can get the idea. I used several Gina K. Designs stamps sets, namely the wreath Builder, border bling and the Madala maker for the sentiments and the flowers. The other stamps come from a StampinUp set and I used distress oxide inks with some clear embossing on top then fussy cut them out to add to the flap. Die cut labels is from Spellbinders Nestabilities labels 6. Card stock is also GKD sweet mango. I like that this card has a few surprises for the recipient when they open both the flap and the inside.

12 thoughts on “MSC – Sentiment Says it All

    1. She will – she keeps all the cards I send her and some of them she even puts up on her notice board so she can see them all the time. Very flattering for me when I found out. Glad you like it.

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  1. This is a great card! I like your layout, and the sentiment is wonderful. Does the tag flip closed, too? I do love that it has “surprises” in different spots. That adds so much fun to it.

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  2. Yes the tag flips closed when the card is lying flat and the card itself opens the same as usual. I liked the idea of it and in giving it a try realized that it is actually quite an easy card to make. Glad you like it.

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