Hello Zutter Fans! Cheryl Boglioli here with a fun quick and easy birthday card. I have a dear friend turning 50 this week. Many of us hate those big numbers and as we age, we realize we still don’t feel like the numbers represented.
I thought creating a flip chart with numbers was a fun and clever use of some Zutter O-Wires.
I stamped Just Rite Numbers on black cardstock squares with Versamark and embossed them with ClearSnap Mix’d Media Inx in Jasmine.
Of course I needed to add some distressing to this Flipping Fifty birthday card, so I used the Distrezz-It-All to distrezz the edges of the flip cards as well as the embossed card front.
My flip cards are 1.5” x 2”. The 1.5” width was the perfect fit for 3 punched holes. I lined the cards up between the halfway mark and the inner ridge mark as you see above and punched each flip card.
I used Helmar 450 Quick Dry Adhesive to glue down my O-wire to the card front embossed layer and covered with ribbon. I then carefully pinched the O-wires only partially closed with my hands. Now they can be changed to be any age she wants. 0-9 on each side are included! I’ll have to make her another when she turns 100!
Here is a better close of the card front put together with the extra embellishments.
And here is the inside of the card! I printed this on my printer and cut out the label using my Spellbinders Label 8.
O-Wires can be used for more than binding albums. What is something original you’ve done with your O-wires. Share here and on the Bind-It-All Facebook page so that we can see.