Tutorial

Front Flip Handmade Card

Learn how to incorporate many sentiments by using this card layout

Hi and welcome to today’s blog which is Simple Stamping #36 I decided to use the Beautiful Promenade stamp set for my Simple Stamping handmade card Project today – it didn’t go quite as I had planned but it turned out okay in the end after adding a flap to the front of the card.

Sometimes when we start a card with a rough idea in our mind, it doesn’t always pan out that way – that’s what I love about cardmaking, you can change it up as you go!

I hope you like today’s card.

Beautiful Promenade stamp set is in our annual catalogue – why not Contact me for a free copy.

The colours I chose were Balmy Blue, Smokey Slate and Bermuda Bay.

I love how you can mix up colours and get good results 🙂 win win

All products used are listed below for your perusal.

Instructions and Measurements:

Card Base is Whisper White and measures 4 1/8″ x 5 7/8″.
I started by stamping the corner style image in all four corners.
I then added a further floral image on either side of the card edge.
After stamping x3 different sentiments in Bermuda Bay in the centre of the card base, I felt it made the card look too busy so…
I cut a rectangle section in whisper white and I stamped the gorgeous floral image on their with some smaller sentiments.
I then added a rectangle section to the front (cut to your choice of size) of the card.
I finished off the card by stamping on the inside too.

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Products Used:

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