Time Flies Card
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Time Flies Card

Create this fun card using Inkadinkado® Stamps and Dotto™ Adhesive!

Designed by Karen Bulmahn for EK Success.

Craft Time: 60+ minutes
Uses Recycled Items: No
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Material List

  • Inkadinkado® Clock with Wings Wooden Stamp
  • Inkadinkado® Dye Ink Pad - Coffee Bean
  • Retractable Craft Knife
  • EK Success® Cutterpede Straight Edge Trimmer
  • CutterBee® Scissors
  • EK Success® Herma Dotto Adhesive Tape Runner, Permanent
  • White String
  • Cardstock - Brown
  • Cardstock - Dark Purple
  • Cardstock - Sage Green
  • Cardstock - Cream
  • Watercolor Marker - Green
  • Watercolor Marker - Purple

Project Instructions


Cut purple cardstock to 4 ½” x 11 ½”. Measure 6 ½” from left edge and fold so card opens horizontally.

Cut a second piece of purple cardstock to 6 ½” x 4 ½” and fold left edge in at 1 ½”. Attach this flap to back of left side of first piece.

With card lying completely open, right panel folds in first and then left panel folds in to overlap right panel. Closed card should measure 6 ¼” x 4 ½”.

Trim left panel into a point as shown. Cut cream and green cardstocks to mat each other for both front panels. Ink edges, adhere together, and then adhere to fronts of card.

Stamp several clock images on medium brown cardstock with dark brown ink. Color each image using watercolor markers (green and purple).

Cut each image out using craft knife. Three of the clock images are multi-layered with in the images. Simply cut these pieces out separately from a stamped/colored image and build and layer on top of one another using 3D-Dots.

Cut pieces of images to be adhered to card along edges. Arrange and adhere all clock images to card as shown.

Add snap eyelets to top left corner and bottom right corner using an eyelet setter.

Create a small cream tag, writing “Time Flies” on front. Tie it to the main central clock image using white string.

Cut a cream panel for inside center, ink edges, and adhere for writing a message.


Add dimension by cutting extra pieces of the same stamped image and layering them with 3D Dots.