Flower Patch Card Set

Hello, and Happy Monday!

First off, I would like to say thank you! Thank you for all of the kind and wonderful comments about my projects on Scrapbook & Cards Today. I am feel'n the love!

Also, Thank you for all the wonderful comments left for Linda Yamamoto and I on Scrapbook & Cards Today. The Blog. It's fun and exciting to be asked to design and yet, at the same time, very nerve wracking, (especially for a big company like Stampin' Up!) So it's nice to know, we've done it right.

Today I am going to share my Box Card Set. I love making little packages of cards to give away and I couldn't resist making up a set with the Flower Patch Bundle.

One thing that wasn't shared on Scrapbook & Cards Today, was the cards. My cards are really simple and nothing to fancy about them, but I still think they're beautiful.

In order to fit the flower and leafs on my 3 x 3 cards, I die cut the coordinating flower out of regular lined paper and used it as a mask. Usually you would stamp your image first and then mask it, but because the framelits are a little bit bigger then the stamp images, I actually laid my mask down first, stamped the leafs and then stamped in the flower. THANK GOODNESS for photopolymer!

After creating my cards, I thought it would be cute to have them peeking through the envelopes and box, like a "crate" of flowers, fresh off the farm. I created my envelopes and box with the envelope punch board.

To get the wooden crate look, I stamped my Hardwood Stamp in Baked Brown Sugar Ink onto Crumb Cake card stock and then sponged the edges with Crumb Cake ink.

To finish everything off, I tied my "crates" closed with some Linen Thread.

Make sure to check out Scrapbook & Cards Today. The Blog. Stampin' Up! Saturday, for a chance to win the Flower Patch Bundle. All you need to do is leave a comment on the post! How easy is that!?! Make sure to do it before July 31st!

Happy Creating everyone!

* I have not included the inks or cardstock, as the list would be excessively long. If you have any questions about materials used, feel free to contact me! Cheers


  1. You're right, the cards are GORGEOUS!!! Your work at SCT was amazing, I'm a new fan!!

  2. these are **gorgeous**; I can't wait 'till I get my set; thank you for sharing your projects; you spend so many waking hours making the projects, then share on your blog; it's so obvious...you love what you do!!