Welcome to the Buffalo Stamps and Stuff Monday Idea.
This weeks card is a chopped front card.
Front of card
Closeup of flower
Card is opened
Card base is 41/4x51/2 inches yellow card stock
Dies: Flower - Spellbinder;s Blooms 3 (S2-046)
Flourish - Fanciful Flourish -Cherry Lynn Designs (B117)
Embossing Folder -Spellbinders M-Bossabilities (ES-011)
Designer paper is Graphic 45 - Raining Cats and Dogs Collection
Sentiment stamp is old.
To make the card
Using your paper trimmer, remove 31/4 inches down from the top
on the front, onthe fold and then cut across the front of the card. This will leave
a 2 1/4 inch piece a the bottom of the card for closing the card.
Make a 4x5 1/4 inch white mat and run it through the embossing folder of your
choice and adhere to the inside of the card. Stamp or die cut, or use boughten flowers, add leaves
or flourish. Use a circle die or punch that will accommodate your flower
and punch a half circle in the front of the card where you want to place your
flower. Adhere flowers making sure you position the flower in the half circle
so the card will close. Add sentiment.
Hope you have a chance to try this technique.
Thanks for stopping by today. Have a good day. Until later...........
This is gorgeous Sue, such a fabulous card design. I love the colours and beautiful flowers too.
hugs Sue xx
What a pretty card. I love the sentiment being hidden.
Hope you have a good start to the week. Sue
Nice card Sue and thanks for the tutorial on the making of it. Enjoy your day.
So pretty x
A beautiful card Sue, a fabulous design and lovely flowers.
How fun! Love your poppies, Sue, and the amazing colors in contrast with the pretty embossed white paper. Beautiful card design, and so unique to your style! hugs, de
it's a wonderful flower card Sue
Another super card Sue, beautiful design and flowers, beautiful summery colours too, hugs Kate x
The flowers are absolutely gorgeous Sue!! Love your design! :)
Fabulous card, Sue. Thanks for sharing this new (to me) card design. I like that little punched-out area, and your flowers are gorgeous!
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