How To Make a Flippin Awesome (Waterfall) Card

Welcome everyone! The new Flippin’ Awesome die is flippin’ awesome! Way back in my early years of card making, I remember trying to make these and I think we called them waterfall cards. Using the new die from Lawn Fawn makes it so much easier and some super cool elements to add to it.


I have a card tutorial that you can down below or HERE on my Youtube channel. I explain the whole process and how easy it is!


I knew immediately I wanted to create a winter scene using the Yeti or Not stamp set. I stamped my images onto white card stock with Jet Black Ink. Then I used copic markers to color in my images. For the Yeti I used N5, N4, N2, Face: B97, B95, B91, Gloves: (could also just be hands) YG17, YG25, YG21, Horns: W4,W2, Scarves: R24, R22, R21, Tree: YG17, YG25, YG21, E23, E27, Ski Mask: N5, N4, N2, B0000, B01.

I ink blended Peacock Feathers, Wilted Violet and Blueprint Sketch for my background and spritzed with water to create an illusion of snow. I lined the bottom of the background with Pixie Dust card stock die cut from the Stitched Hillside Die for a snowy hill.

After trimming my panel down to 3 3/4″ x 5″, I added to a white card panel measuring 4″ x 5 1/4″ and finished off by adding my panels to a card base created from Sugar Plum card stock.

I used the same colors to create the small panels for my flip book. I attached them to my flippin awesome card stock piece with double sided tape to ensure a secure hold.

I used the banner included on the Flippin Awesome die to create a sentiment. I die cut it from white card stock and stamped a sentiment from the Winter Wavy Sayings using Juice Box and Merman ink.

Be sure to visit my VIDEO for detailed instructions. These are so simple to create and lots of fun!


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1 Comment

  1. Ahhh too cute!! I remember making a waterfall type card for a co-worker a while back I didn’t know there is a die for it now cool! Thanks for sharif your awesome card

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