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Flip-Up Centerpiece album class

Wow, did we have a good time in class last night!! .. and I have 9 more coming tonight!  This is just the neatest project ... putting all the parts together to make this cool centerpiece is FUN!  We used Ginger Blossom designer paper from Stampin' Up! as well as 12x12 sheets of River Rock, Groovy Guava and Ruby Red cardstock. 

Directions are available from Stacey Carter HERE.




Here is the album when closed:


and here is a side/bottom view.. you can see the 4 sections stacked on each other:


and here it is as you start to open it:


The ribbon ties it closed, and also ties in a bow to keep it open when you fan out all the sections to display on the table.  I can't wait to make one with any new Christmas papers we get in the new catalog and add family Christmas photos to it each year!! 




This is one cool album...I am in the midst of Teacher Gift Frenzy...yikes...this may be a good thing for the Bind It All...thanks for all your help...and I am a-flourish with my flower punch...and tab punch...may have to get more a few more soon!!! Back to the frenzy!

Louise Charlton

Patty, I love to come visit your blog - you do beautiful things and you have great ideas! You inspire me constantly! I used inspiration from your blog to do many of my monthly SU club projects (here in Montreal, Canada).

What a great surprise to see today's project. This is a project that I have made many times! I used to teach this full mini-album at my local scrapbook store. (Unfortunately I have no photos already posted). I also did single units as cards. If you feel like looking, here is the links to my blog entries for my Christmas card last December and for a birthday card January 07.
Christmas card link:
Birthday card link:
You'll see that the text is in French, but images are universal!
Again thanks for sharing all you do! I really appreciate!

Louise C.


Ooh, this is cool! Thanks for sharing!


Oh my gosh! I've just spent the last few days working on a couple of these... I tweaked mine a little bit, though... Great the paper you used!


this is a fun, unique project.

I hope it is okay that I added you to my "Awesome Blogs" list on my blog.

Have a great week!

Lisa Davis

Hi Patty, just want to tell you how much I enjoy your blog and all of the cool projects and the fun classes that you have! Enjoy your day!


Love this project. Yours came out great.


Love this project. Yours came out great.

Diana Gibbs

Hi Patty,
Congratulations again on Founders, and also Advisory Board! You deserve it!
I think this is such a neat project, it reminded me of playing house when I was young with dolls, can't you just see it, those are like little apartments! Ha!

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