Latte Love Swap Cards

It is time for Stampin’ Up’s OnStage in Houston, Texas! And I wanted to show you my Latte Love Swap Cards. Swapping cards with other stampers is a fun way to meet new friends and get new ideas.

Today’s Video

This fun fold is called a vertizontal card. That is because its base goes both directions. The name sounds like it would be complicated. However, it is very quick and easy!

More Latte Love Swap Cards

We will get to see the new 2024-2025 Annual Catalog at OnStage, the newest InColors, and over 3,000 other stampers. It will be so much fun! Join my team and you can get in on all the fun next year!

As always, remember to be kind, send a card, and do something creative!


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Card Measurements

  • Petal Pink Cardstock: 4 1/4″ x 10″, score at 4 1/4″ and 8 1/2″; 1″ x 4″
  • Pecan Pie Cardstock: 3 3/4″ x 3 3/4″
  • Basic White Thick Cardstock: 4″ x 5 1/2″
  • Little Latte Designer Series Paper: 3 1/2″ x 3 1/2″; 1 1/4″ x 4″ and co-ordinating piece 1″ x 3 3/4″
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6 thoughts on “Latte Love Swap Cards”

  1. Great fun fold design! I’m always looking for interesting folds and want to try this one, especially since I plan to use the perforating tip of the Take Your Pick Tool to create a tear off book mark with the part that sticks out on the right side! :-) Thought I’d share, in case you want to try too. ~Fellow (Hobby) Demonstrator in WI

  2. Gayle McCracken

    Hi Sally, I just wanted to say how AWESOME your OnStage Swap is/was! I was lucky enough to swap with you and out of the 90 swaps I exchanged I loved yours the most. I just finished making 20 of them and changed only the salutation in the circle to the “hello” from Layering Leaves. I’ll be mailing them (tomorrow) as thank you’s to my customers…thank you for recent gifts…and upcoming birthdays. I was going to send you an email (it’s on your enclosed business card) but wasn’t sure you’d want to open from a stranger!! The funny thing is I never thought to check out your page until just now, so I basically “took” the card apart to figure out measurements, etc. Thank you for the inspiration all the way from Michigan!

    1. This makes my heart SO happy! Yay! I will definitely check my email. And you and I sound like BFF’s because I for sure would’ve ripped the card apart before I noticed the blog post too. Ha!

      1. You’re most welcome!! I’ve gotten lots of compliments on the cards I mailed out; thank you again!! Gayle

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