Create a Dimensional Display Card Meant to Impress

Yan is back with us today to demonstrate an exciting way to show off the x-tremely cool critters in the Ready, Set, Snow collection from Birdie Brown.

Hello everyone! I’m so happy to be back again to share this fun bendy card featuring the adorable Ready, Set, Snow stamp set with you.

Handmade card from Yan featuring products from My Favorite Things #mftstamps

To start, I colored the images with watercolor, and die cut them with the coordinating Die-namics. Then I blended the background with Distress Oxide Inks. Once dry, I used the Sun Ray Stencil to create the sunshine.

Next, I cut three different size panels from white card stock and die cut the top edge of each using the Surf & Turf Die-namics. I blended Distress Oxide Inks up from the bottom edge of each panel and heat embossed the sentiment on the front panel.

To finish, I attached the swinging panels and colored images to the background as shown.

Handmade card from Yan featuring products from My Favorite Things #mftstamps

Bendy cards are perfect for creating three-dimensional scenes. The sides of the card bend inward allowing the card to stand up on its own and creating tiers that can be individually decorated. The finished card can also fold flat for standard postage!

I hope you like this card 🙂 Thank you for stopping by, and happy crafting!


If you’re on the hunt for a unique way to create dimension, this is an inspired way to do so. The bonus is the stability the design provides — ensuring your recipient can admire your handiwork for as long as they’d like. Are you creating cards like this with MFT products? We want to see them. Tag us with #mftstamps!

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  • KarenAnn

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    What did you use or how did you make the tabs to attach the different panels. Also, can the front panel be left unattached so that it can be sent in the mail and then “assembled” by the person receiving?

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  • Ann

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    This is adorable! But, how do you do it?!?!

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  • Deb

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    Love this card ! Need to learn how to make those flaps:)
    Such a cute stamp set!

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  • Kim F

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    Wow! This is such a great card. The coloring is awesome and I love the different “flaps”. Such a neat idea.

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  • Karthikha Uday

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    Wow! This is fabulous!! The design, layers, colors and coloring, blending, stenciling, everything is awesome! Such a creative card! <3

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