I always get comments on variations I’ve made of this card (pictured left). So by popular demand here’s a tutorial. The card pictured to the right is my most recent variation. It’s an easy to make card…



Supplies you’ll need:
Craft Scissors
Mono Adhesive
Paper Cutter
Large Oval Punch
1" Circle Punch
Sponge Dauber (or Stamping Sponges cut into small triangles)
Outlaw DSP (Designer Series Paper)

So Saffron Card Stock
Close to Cocoa Card Stock (scrap is fine)
Chocolate Chip Classic Stamp Pad
Cutter Kit (or bone folder for scoring)
It’s Your Birthday (or other sentiment set)


Cut 8-1/2 x 11" So Saffron Card Stock  to 5-1/2 x 4-1/4" score in middle. Set aside.
Cut 12 x 12" Designer Series Paper to 5-1/4 x 4" Set aside.
Punch 6 Ovals from remaining So Saffron Card Stock. These are your petals.
Punch 1 circle out of Close to Cocoa Card Stock with circle punch.

Using a Ruler and scoring tool, eyeball center of "petals" and score down middle of each.

Using Stamping Dauber lightly tap on Chocolate Chip ink pad. Lightly daub from top to bottom of petal, giving a shadow. Do this for all 6 petals. Fold petals in half for depth.

Arrange petals to form partial flower. Using Mono Adhesive "tack" the petals together. Then adhere them to Designer Paper so that part of the flower goes off the paper. Adhere flower center. Cut off the excess.

Stamp sentiment onto bottom right of Designer Paper. Adhere to So Saffron Card Stock. You’re all done!



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