Minion Flip Card

Minions are everywhere!!!  I’m not sure whether it’s the Pharrell William’s “Happy” song, but minions are definitely all the rage at the moment.  There are lots of ways to make minions – circles, ovals, owl punch, card front …  But the one I like the best is inspired by Linda Higgin’s clever use of the Circle Flip Thinlit Die.  I wanted to try it out.  And then I wanted to share it with you so the papercraft world can be filled with minions!!!  Kelly x20140322-213244.jpgSupplies:

Tools: Big Shot

Thinlit Die: Circle Card

Framelits: Circles

Punches: Cupcake Builder, 1 & 3/4″ Circle, 1″ Square, Itty Bitty Shapes – circle, Word Window

Cardstock: Daffodil Delight, Basic Black, Pacific Point, Smoky Slate, Whisper White, Soft Suede, Early Espresso



16 thoughts on “Minion Flip Card

  1. Hi Kelly just put together your minion card – what did you do for the inside of the card? At this time, it’s looking rather strange when I open it up. Cute card though!

  2. Ayuda, me encanta esta, quiero hacerla, pero no logro entender como el circulo del ojo, se mueve o parece que esta independiente del la tarjeta.

    1. Hi Jeimy, The card uses the Stampin’ Up! Circle Thinlit as the base. Hope this helps you to understand. Kelly x

      Hola Jeimy, La tarjeta utiliza Hasta el Stampin ‘! Círculo Thinlit como la base. Espero que esto le ayuda a comprender. Kelly x

  3. Hi I love your Minion card with the Circles but don’t see the instructions. Any chance you can at least say how large of paper you used and how you folded it it you can post the video. Thank you.

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