Heart Swing Card

Hello fellow KnK-ers!

After bringing you a Valentine’s Z-Fold card last year and a Valentine’s Suspension card the year before, I thought I’d continue with the kinetic card theme so this year I have a Swing card for you. This style of card has many names, you may know it as a Flip card or Flip-Flop card.

These are the Materials I used:

These are the Zing Settings I used:

  • Blade = Standard
  • Blade Height = 25 post-it notes
  • Offset = 0.30
  • Speed = 10
  • Force =  80 (110 for card base)
  • Passes = 1

Assembly:

Pic 1. Here are the elements found within your cut file:

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Pic 2. Glue your heart shapes together and set aside to dry:

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Pic 3. Adhere your patterned paper pieces around the front of your card base:

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Pic 4. Your sentiment should be adhered to the front side of your card, it will become the back side of the heart when your card is closed:

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Pic 5. Turn your card over and adhere your remaining heart piece:

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Pic 6. Fold your card base along the perforations as shown below, the reverse of your heart now shows:

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Pic 7. When your card is pulled open, the heart swings (or flips) around to reveal your sentiment:

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If you would like to see more projects I have created with my Zing, access my Free Cut Files and read my Terms of Use, you can find my blog here: www.birdscards.com

Here is today’s Cut File:

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Heart Swing Card Cut File by Bird

33 thoughts on “Heart Swing Card

  1. what a great card for Valentines Day! Thanks for sharing your talent
    with us. I soooooooo appreciate YOU!

  2. Oh, this is so fun! Thanks for helping me get started on Valentines! Happy new year!

  3. Great card, hope you do more of the swing cards . thank you so much for sharing all your hard work. Happy new year xx

  4. Lovely file, and (as always) inspiring sample card to show how it can look in use! You’re the best, Bird.

  5. Thank you so much for sharing your files. I just got the ScanNCut for Christmas and I am still very confused about stuff. How do I save your files so I can use them on the SNC? You had put it on your web site before but I can’t find it now. Thank you again.

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