Simple Flowers Greeting Card

Simple Flowers Greeting Card

Ever need a quick card and have nothing ready? This card from Spellbinders is for you! Use the Nesting Flowers and Small Pinking Circles to create a quick, easy and fun card that is sure to bring a smile to anyone’s face. This charming card can be used for any season by simply changing its colors.

Handmade Paper Greeting Card

Materials:

  • Spellbinders Template S4-172 Small Pinking Circles,
  • Spellbinders Template S4-159 Shapeabilities Nested Flowers
  • Spellbinders Texture Sheets
  • WorldWin ColorMates in Dark MeriGold, Medium Creamy Cocoa, Dark Creamy Cocoa, Deep Creamy Cocoa, Dark Autumn Red, Deep Autumn Red
  • Creative Impressions Brown/Kraft Gingham Ribbon
  • Dark Brown Twill Ribbon
  • Gold Felt Flower
  • Sparkle Brad
  • Glue Dots

Steps:

  1. Gather several colors of cardstocks and cut/emboss the following die templates: S4-172 Small Pinking Circles (the smallest and third smallest die templates), S4-159 Shapeabilities Nested Flowers (All three die templates). To create the card in the photo, cut five different colors as shown.
     
  2. Cut a square from cardstock that will accommodate the flower medallion. Emboss it in the Wizard with a texture plate of your choice.
     
  3. Cut a card back 1/4" larger than each side and twice as long. Fold in half and adhere the embossed mat.
     
  4. Adhere ribbons horizontally around the center of the card.
     
  5. Create the flower medallion by stacking the die cuts, beginning with the largest and decreasing in size. Before adding the smallest medallion, add the felt flower and sparkle brad.
     
  6. Use foam adhesive to give the flower dimension.
     
  7. Add the flower medallion to the card back.

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