A Simple Double Shutter Card

Having a template for a double shutter card is a great thing to have in your card making arsenal. They are easy to make, can be done in an endless variety of papers, motifs, themes and you can dress them up or down any way you want. AND a double shutter card is PERFECT for when you want to send something but don’t have a lot to say because there’s naturally not a ton of room to write a message! Unless of course, you want to fill the back of the whole card, at which point you have TONS of space. So you can see why this is such a great idea to have handy!

For this project I used the Rubbernecker Nested Rectangle Scallop w/Holes, Leaf Group, Small Flowers #2 and Blooms Your Way

Click through to see how to make a simple double shutter card you can use for any reason!

The Card Base

  • The card base was made using a pre scored A2 sized card from  White Double Shutter Card kit.
  • Use your bone folder to sharpen the folds of the card.
  • Cut the Carta Bella Home Again designer papers to fit the card base. I used two different papers to add interest to the card.
    • Cut 4 2.00″ x 2 3/4″ pieces of paper in each design.
    • Cut 1 4 1/8″ x 2 3/4″ pieces of paper in each design.
  • Apply ATG adhesive to the designer paper and attach them to the card base.
  • Cut 4 1/4″ strips of white cardstock and 1 4 1/8″ strips of white cardstock.
  • Attach the white strips to the card base using double stick tape.

Come learn why a double shutter card is one of my most useful types of cards to make and send!

The Rectangle Scalloped Layers

  • Cut two scalloped layers using white cardstock.
  • Pull out your Stamp-a-ma-jig set and make ready to use to line up the red rubber sentiment and acrylic block.
  • Secure the stamp on an acrylic block, apply ink, secure the block in place against the Stamp-a-ma-jig and stamp on the clear image sheet.
  • Line the image sheet up over the white scalloped layer where you want the sentiment to be stamped and secure the Stamp-a-ma-jig against the corner of the clear image sheet and secure in place.
  • Remove the image sheet, apply ink to the stamp and stamp the sentiment by lining up the acrylic block against the Stamp-a-ma-jig.
  • Check out this video to see how to use a Stamp-a-ma-jig to line up your stamped images.  It’s makes so much more sense when you see it in action.  I have wasted lots of paper over the years by thinking I could line up a red rubber stamp and get it perfectly straight where I wanted it.
  • Apply strips of mounting tape to the back of the sentiment layer and attach it to the middle of the card base.

This sweet double shutter card is adorned with a simple paper flower bouquet - click through to see how easy it is to make!

The Flower Bouquet

  • Cut the small flowers using white cardstock.
  • Apply a light shade of Antique Linen ink to the flowers using a mini applicator. I wanted the flowers to match the flowers in the paper but needed to add the light shade of Antique Linen so they would show up well against the white scalloped layer.
  • Place the flowers face up on a molding pad and form them using the small round stylus.
  • Attach the flower layers together using glossy accents.
  • Apply glossy accents to the flower centers and attach pre made black Nuvo Crystal Drops.
  • Use green cardstock to cut the leafy branch and attach it to the white scalloped layer using glossy accents.
  • Attach the flowers to the branch using glossy accents.
  • Hand cut a couple thin strips of cardstock to use to extend the blower bouquet branches and attach to the end of the leaf branch using glossy accents.
  • Create a black multi loop bow and attach it to the bouquet using glue dots.
  • Apply strips of mounting tape to the left side of the flower bouquet layer and attach it to the front of the card base.

Have you ever made a double shutter card? Click through to see why this card will become a favorite!

I’d love to hear about your trying out a double shutter card – be sure to let me know what you thought in the comments!  Thank you for coming by and I hope you have a great Sunday

Here are the dies and stamp used for my project.

 
Nested Rectangle Scallop w/ Holes 5141D
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5210-05D Small Flowers #2 Die Cut
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Leaf Group die 5118D
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1319-17 Blooms your way
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Here are the tools and supplies I used for the project.

 
Carta Bella Paper – Home Again…
[ SBC ]
The Paper Cut: White DOUBLE Shutter Card
[ THP ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock,…
[ ELH ]
Solar White Heavyweight 110 lb – 25…
[ ELH ]
Antique Linen, Ranger Distress Ink Pad
[ ELH ]
VersaFine Clair Ink Pad, Nocturne
[ ELH ]
Mini Applicators, 12 pk, PanPastel Sofft
[ ELH ]
Clear Acrylic Block 3.25″ X 4.25″…
[ ELH ]
Susan’s Garden Tool Kit, Elizabeth…
[ ELH ]
McGill Paper Blossoms Molding Mat-8.3…
[ AMZUS ]
Stamp-a-ma-Jig, EK Success
[ ELH ]
Offray 1/8″ Wide Double Face Satin…
[ AMZUS ]
Tonic Nuvo Crystal Drops, Black Ebony…
[ ELH ]
Mini Glossy Accents, Ranger Accents
[ ELH ]
Glue Dots, Mini (3/16″)
[ ELH ]
Scotch Foam Mounting Tape
[ ELH ]
Fiskars 01-005452 Recycled Bypass…
[ AMZUS ]
ATG Kit, Advanced Tape Glider
[ ELH ]
Teflon Bone Folder, Essentials by Ellen
[ ELH ]
Scor-Pal Measuring & Scoring Board 12×12
[ ELH ]
Crossover II Fabric & Paper Cutting…
[ RBB ]
 

Making a double shutter card is so much fun.

Sentiments for Handmade Cards – One of My Faves!

I am ALWAYS looking for good sentiments for handmade cards and I just love this one. I make lots of cards with paper flowers – I love them as I am sure you’ve seen! – and this sentiment fits so many occasions. It can be for encouragement, congratulations, sympathy, birthday….. I am sort of having trouble as I write this thinking of a time when this stamp from Rubbernecker would NOT work!

For this project I used the Rubbernecker Watering Can, Large Ivy, Small Flowers #1, Small Butterfly, Nested Rectangle Scallop and Blooms Your Way.

Looking for good sentiments for handmade cards? Click through to see one of my faves.

The Card and Sentiment Base

  • Use white cardstock to cut an A2 sized card base and scalloped layer and purple cardstock to cut the purple layer.
  • Secure the sentiment stamp and scalloped layer in the MISTI.
  • Apply Nocturne ink to the stamp and stamp the sentiment.
  • Apply ATG adhesive to the back of the scalloped layer and attach to the purple layer.
  • Use mounting tape to attach the scalloped sentiment layers to the card base.

I am always looking for sentiments for handmade cards that are all occasion - come see why I love this one!

The Watering Can Flower Arrangement

  • Cut the watering can using gray cardstock, the flowers and butterfly using purple cardstock and the ivy using green cardstock.
  • Apply a light layer of Wild Honey ink to key spots of the watering can using a mini applicator. 
  • Continue adding darker touches of shading using Rusty Hinge and Vintage Photo inks using mini applicators to finish the can.
  • Create the ivy arrangement by attaching branches to the back of the can using glossy accents.
  • Form the tiny flowers using s small tipped stylus and molding pad and attach them to the ivy using glossy accents.
  • Apply pieces of mounting tape to the back of the can and ivy and attach it to the card base.
  • Apply pre made white Nuvo Crystal Drops to the small butterfly using glossy accents.
  • Finish the card by attaching the small butterfly to the sentient layer using glossy accents.

Sentiments for handmade cards can be hard to find - come see why this one from Rubbernecker is a great pick!

So if you are a collector of or are searching for excellent sentiments for handmade cards, I suggest you check out this. Just add any flowers and you are good to go!  You may want to check out the whole new release of sentiments over on the Rubbernecker site.  I appreciate you coming by and I hope you have a great day.

 

Here are links to the stamp and dies that I used.

 
Nested Rectangle Scallop Die Cut 5028D
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Watering Can Die Cut 5147-12D
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5210-04D Small Flowers #1
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5162-02D Large Ivy
[ RBB ]
Small Butterfly Die Cut 5100-08D
[ RBB ]
1319-17 Blooms your way
[ RBB ]
 

Here are links to the tools and supplies used.

 
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock,…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Sour…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Easter…
[ ELH ]
Solar White Heavyweight 110 lb – 25…
[ ELH ]
VersaFine Clair Ink Pad, Nocturne
[ ELH ]
Wild Honey, Ranger Distress Ink Pad
[ ELH ]
Rusty Hinge, Ranger Distress Ink Pad
[ ELH ]
Vintage Photo, Ranger Distress Ink Pad
[ ELH ]
Susan’s Garden Tool Kit, Elizabeth…
[ ELH ]
McGill Paper Blossoms Molding Mat-8.3…
[ AMZUS ]
Mini Applicators, 12 pk, PanPastel Sofft
[ ELH ]
MISTI Laser Etched Stamping Tool…
[ ELH ]
Mini Glossy Accents, Ranger Accents
[ ELH ]
Tonic Nuvo Crystal Drops, Gloss White
[ ELH ]
Scotch Foam Mounting Tape
[ ELH ]
Fiskars 01-005452 Recycled Bypass…
[ AMZUS ]
ATG Kit, Advanced Tape Glider
[ ELH ]
Teflon Bone Folder, Essentials by Ellen
[ ELH ]
Scor-Pal Measuring & Scoring Board 12×12
[ ELH ]
Crossover II Fabric & Paper Cutting…
[ RBB ]
 

I like to use sentiments for handmade cards.

A Cute Welcome Spring Card!

Today I am sharing a super cute Welcome Spring card using a bunch of fun dies from Rubbernecker. It may seem a little early for a Welcome Spring card – I know some areas are still getting tons of snow and chilly weather – but the good thing is Spring always does arrive and this card can get your friend ready for the blooming season.

For this card I used the Wheelbarrow, Tall Terracotta Pots, Grass, Watering Can, Tall Buckets, Small Flowers #1, Tiny Flower Buds, Leaf Group, Small Ivy, Small ButterfliesGrass #2  and Rectangle Combo #4.

It's never to early to send a Welcome Spring card - click through to see how fun this is to make!

The Frame and Grass

  • Cut an A2 sized card base using white cardstock.
  • Use blue cardstock to cut the frame sections and green cardstock to cut the grass layers.
  • Attach the two frame layers together using double stick tape.
  • Cut the grass layer to fit in the frame and attach it to the double stick tape.
  • Apply mounting tape to the back of the frame and attach it to the card base.

The Wheelbarrow, Bucket, Watering Can and Flower Pots

  • Cut the wheelbarrow and bucket using gray cardstock and the flower pots using yellow cardstock.
  • Apply Wild Honey and Rusty Hinge ink to the wheelbarrow and bucket using mini applicators to distress and age.
  • Use Vintage Photo ink on the wheelbarrow handles.
  • Apply Wild Honey and Rusty Hinge ink to the flower pots using mini applicators.
  • Cut a watering can using aqua cardstock.

A Welcome Spring card can never be sent too early - click through to see the details!

The Flower Pot Arrangements

  • Cut the flowers using pink, purple and yellow cardstock.
  • Form the flowers using a small tipped stylus and molding pad.
  • Use green cardstock to cut the foliage.
  • Cut the Leaf Group foliage sections apart and attach them to the back of the flower pots using glossy accents.
  • Attach the flowers to the foliage in the flower pots using glossy accents.
  • Use glossy accents to attach pre made white Nuvo Crystal drops to the center to the pink flowers.  Note:  I keep a supply of Nuvo Crystal Drops on a piece of craft sheet to have on hand for when I need them for flower centers, etc.  Using pre made drops are so much cheaper than buying tiny white pearls. 

Assemble the Scene

  • Use glossy accents to attach the two buckets to the back of the wheelbarrow.
  • Tuck the wheelbarrow in behind the grass layer and attach it to the card base using a piece of mounting tape.
  • Apply mounting tape to the bucket, watering can and third flower pot, tuck them in behind the grass and attach to the card base.
  • Cut Grass #2 using green cardstock and tuck them in behind the grass section and attach using glossy accents.
  • Finish the scene by cutting small butterflies using aqua cardstock and attach them to the card base using glossy accents.

Even if the throes of winter a Welcome Spring card can be a special treat - come see how to make this!

Think of those people who could use a breath of SPRING air and get them ready by sending this Welcome Spring card – you might even pop a little packet of flower seeds in there to get them excited!  You can see more spring flower card inspiration on this Pinterest link. I sure do appreciate you coming by and I hope you are having a good week.

The dies used to make my project.

 
5217D Rectangle Combo OPC #4 Die Cut
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Wheelbarrow 5147-01D
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Tabed Grass Set Die Cut 5152-03D
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5210-04D Small Flowers #1
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Tiny Flower Buds Die Cut 5147-10D
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Leaf Group die 5118D
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5162-03D Small Ivy
[ RBB ]
Tall Terracotta Pot Die Cut 5147-16D
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Tall Buckets Die Cut 5147-13D
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Watering Can Die Cut 5147-12D
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Small Butterflies Die 5147-08D
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5210-02D Grass #2 Die Cut
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The tools and supplies used.

 
Vintage Photo, Ranger Distress Ink Pad
[ ELH ]
Wild Honey, Ranger Distress Ink Pad
[ ELH ]
Rusty Hinge, Ranger Distress Ink Pad
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock,…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock,…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock,…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Sour…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Sour…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Easter…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill COTTON CANDY Card Shoppe…
[ SSS ]
Solar White Heavyweight 110 lb – 25…
[ ELH ]
Susan’s Garden Tool Kit, Elizabeth…
[ ELH ]
McGill Paper Blossoms Molding Mat-8.3…
[ AMZUS ]
Mini Applicators, 12 pk, PanPastel Sofft
[ ELH ]
Mini Glossy Accents, Ranger Accents
[ ELH ]
Tonic Nuvo Crystal Drops, Gloss White
[ ELH ]
Scotch Foam Mounting Tape
[ ELH ]
Fiskars 01-005452 Recycled Bypass…
[ AMZUS ]
ATG Kit, Advanced Tape Glider
[ ELH ]
Teflon Bone Folder, Essentials by Ellen
[ ELH ]
Scor-Pal Measuring & Scoring Board 12×12
[ ELH ]
Crossover II Fabric & Paper Cutting…
[ RBB ]
 

It is so much fun to make a welcome spring card with flowers.

Bicycle Silhouette

Making this bicycle silhouette scene card was lots of fun and I love how it turned out.  Sadly, I had a hard time getting good pictures to show off how beautiful the Carta Bella Home Again designer paper is.  Originally, I made the scene with all white images and it was impossible to photograph.  I hate it when that happens.  So I decided to tuck in some green foliage and purple flowers to the basket and grass line and exchanged the white butterflies with purple butterflies.  In the end I really liked it better with the changes. For this project I used the Rubbernecker Bicycle, Deckle Frame, Small Ivy, Tiny Flower Buds, Small Butterflies and Best Friends sentiment set.

Click thru to check out how I made this white bicycle silhouette scene card with a pretty designer paper background and paper flowers.

The Card Base and Deckle Frame

  • Cut an A2 sized card base and a 5.50″ x 4.25″ piece of designer paper.
  • Apply ATG adhesive to the back of the designer and attach it to the card base.
  • Cut the deckle frame using white cardstock and stamp the sentiment using Nocturne ink. 
  • Apply strips of mounting tape to the back and attach it to the card base.

Click thru to check out how I made this white bicycle silhouette card with a pretty designer paper background and paper flowers.

The Bicycle and Basket of Flowers

  • Cut the bicycle and basket using white cardstock.
  • Attach the bicycle sections together using glossy accents and attach it to the card base using pieces of mounting tape..
  • Cut the small ivy using green and white cardstock.
  • Attach the ivy sections to the back of the basket using glossy accents.
  • Use white and purple cardstock to cut the tiny flowers.
  • Form the flowers using a small tipped stylus and molding pad.
  • Attach the flowers to the ivy using glossy accents.
  • Apply mounting tape to the back of the basket and attach it to the card base.

The Ivy Flower Border and Butterflies

  • Tuck the ivy sections in behind the deckle frame and attach to the card base using glossy accents.
  • Attach the tiny flowers to the ivy border using glossy accents.
  • Cut the butterflies using purple cardstock .
  • Attach pre made white Nuvo Crystal Drops to the butterflies using glossy accents.
  • Finish by attaching the butterflies to the scene using glossy accents.

Click thru to check out how I made this white bicycle silhouette card with a designer paper background and paper flowers.

I hope you enjoyed seeing my bicycle silhouette scene card today.  The card really is so much prettier in person.  For more bicycle silhouette inspiration you can check out this Pinterest link.  Thank you for coming by today and I hope you have a great weekend.

Here are links to the dies and stamp set I used for my project.

 
5209-01D Bicycle Die Cut
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5176-01D Deckle Frame Die
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Small Butterflies Die 5147-08D
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5162-03D Small Ivy
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Tiny Flower Buds Die Cut 5147-10D
[ RBB ]
3032 Best Friends Etc
[ RBB ]
 

The tools and supplies I used.

 
Carta Bella Paper – Home Again…
[ SBC ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Sour…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Easter…
[ ELH ]
Solar White Heavyweight 110 lb – 25…
[ ELH ]
Susan’s Garden Tool Kit, Elizabeth…
[ ELH ]
McGill Paper Blossoms Molding Mat-8.3…
[ AMZUS ]
MISTI Laser Etched Stamping Tool…
[ ELH ]
Mini Glossy Accents, Ranger Accents
[ ELH ]
Scotch Foam Mounting Tape
[ ELH ]
Fiskars 01-005452 Recycled Bypass…
[ AMZUS ]
ATG Kit, Advanced Tape Glider
[ ELH ]
Teflon Bone Folder, Essentials by Ellen
[ ELH ]
Scor-Pal Measuring & Scoring Board 12×12
[ ELH ]
Crossover II Fabric & Paper Cutting…
[ RBB ]
 

Bicycle silhouette cards are fun to make.

Paper Flower Card with Floral Frame

Today I’m sharing an elegant paper flower card made using the Rubbernecker Poinsettia #2 and Floral Frame.  The sentiment was made using the newly released Thinking of You stamp.  Forming the petals of the poinsettia forward instead of back with the stylus and molding pad creates a totally different and unique flower.

Come check out how I made this elegant spring paper flower card using poinsettia and floral frame dies made by Rubbernecker.

The Card Base and Sentiment

  • Cut an A2 sized card base using white cardstock.
  • Secure the cardstock and Thinking of You stamp in the MISTI.
  • Apply Versafine Clair Nocturne ink to the stamp and stamp the sentiment.

The Floral Frame

  • Cut the Floral Frame using white cardstock and the foliage branches using green cardstock.
  • Apply strips of mounting tape to the  back of the frame and attach it to the card base.
  • Set the green branches aside to attach after the flower has been secured in place.

Come check out how I made this spring paper flower card using poinsettia and floral frame dies made by Rubbernecker.

The Flowers

  • Cut the Poinsettias using purple cardstock and the tiny flower centers using white cardstock.
  • Place the flowers face up on the molding pad and use the large ball stylus to push and roll the petals up. Note:  I used two large and one small sections for the large flower and three small sections for the small flower.
  • Attach the flower sections together using glossy accents.
  • Form the tiny white flowers using the small tipped stylus and molding pad.
  • Use glossy accents to attach several of the tiny flowers in a circular pattern in the center of each flower.
  • Apply glossy accents to the back of the flowers and attach them to the corners of the card.
  • Tuck the green branches under the flowers and attach using glossy accents.

Come check out how I made this elegant paper flower card using poinsettia and floral frame dies made by Rubbernecker.

I hope you have enjoyed seeing my paper flower card and the different flower that I created using the poinsettia die.  The purple flowers, green foliage and floral frame create such a pretty and elegant setting for the sentiment.  Check out this Pinterest link for more paper flower inspiration.   Thank you for coming by and I hope you have great day.

Here are the dies and stamp used to make my card.

 
Poinsettia #2 5169D
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5211D Floral Frame Die Cut
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1319-05 Thinking of you…
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Here are the tools and supplies.

 
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Sour…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Easter…
[ ELH ]
Solar White Heavyweight 110 lb – 25…
[ ELH ]
VersaFine Clair Ink Pad, Nocturne
[ ELH ]
Susan’s Garden Tool Kit, Elizabeth…
[ ELH ]
McGill Paper Blossoms Molding Mat-8.3…
[ AMZUS ]
MISTI Laser Etched Stamping Tool…
[ ELH ]
Mini Glossy Accents, Ranger Accents
[ ELH ]
Scotch Foam Mounting Tape
[ ELH ]
Fiskars 01-005452 Recycled Bypass…
[ AMZUS ]
ATG Kit, Advanced Tape Glider
[ ELH ]
Teflon Bone Folder, Essentials by Ellen
[ ELH ]
Scor-Pal Measuring & Scoring Board 12×12
[ ELH ]
Crossover II Fabric & Paper Cutting…
[ RBB ]
 

Making a paper flower card is fun.

Pop Up Flower Box Card

Today I’m sharing a 3D pop up flower box card with a lattice background, Adirondack chair sitting against a fence and terracotta pots filled with flowers.  I used the Rubbernecker Circle Lattice, Beach Chairs, Knob Top Fence, Grass, Large Ivy, Small Ivy, Tall Terracotta Pots, Watering Can, Small Flowers #1, Flower Buds, Small Butterflies and Cart Accessories #1. I used the A2 Pop Up Box Card Kit from The Paper Cut  for the card base.

Making a pop up flower box card is so much fun and makes a perfect gift for any occasion. Click thru to see how I made this pretty card.

Assemble the 3D Pop Up Box Base

  • Cut the designer paper layering pieces.
    • 2   2″ x 5 3/8″
    •   2″ x 2 5/8″
  • Attach the paper layers to the inside and outside card base using double stick tape.
  • Apply double stick tape to the tab, line it up and secure the box closed.
  • Cut the grass sections to fit the tabs included in the kit and attach them with double stick tape.
  • Apply double stick tape to the tabs on both sides and insert them inside the box.
  • Cut an additional grass section and attach to the inside front of the box using double stick tape.
  • Cut additional grass sections and white fence sections, attach them together using double stick tape and then attach them to the box flaps using double stick tape..

The Lattice and Large Ivy

  • Cut a piece of white cardstock 2 inches wide and 4 inches long.
  • Place the cardstock on the cutting platform, line up the lattice die and cut.
  • Apply double stick tape to the top and bottom of the lattice layer and attach it to the box.
  • Cut the large ivy sections using green cardstock.
  • Place the ivy sections on the molding pad and form the leaves with the leaf tool.
  • Attach three ivy sections to the lattice using glossy accents.

Making a pop up flower box card is so much fun and makes a perfect gift for any occasion. Click thru to see how I made this pretty garden chair card.

The Terracotta Pots, Watering Can and Flowers

  • Use yellow cardstock to cut the terracotta pots and gray cardstock to cut the watering can.
  • Apply Wild Honey and Rusty Hinge ink to the pots and can using mini applicators.
  • Cut the small ivy using green cardstock and the small flowers using pink cardstock.
  • Color the flowers to match the designer paper using Worn Lipstick ink and a mini applicator.
  • Form the flowers using a small tipped stylus and molding pad.
  • Attach the small ivy branches to the back of the pots using glossy accents and attach the flowers to the branches using glossy accents.
  • Use glossy accents to attach several flowers to the large ivy against the lattice wall.
  • Apply glossy accents to the front of the large pot of flowers and watering can and attach to the grass layers inside the box.
  • Fill in the grass layers with branches of small ivy and flowers.

The Box Flaps

  • Use white cardstock to cut the Adirondack chair and tuck it in behind the grass layer and attach with small pieces of mounting tape.
  • Cut the garden boots using a piece of designer paper and garden hand spade using gray cardstock.
  • Color the heels and soles of the boots using a black marker and the handle of the space using a pink marker.
  • Attach the boots to the chair using mounting tape and the spade to grass using glossy accents.
  • Finish by attaching small pink butterflies to the flaps using glossy accents.

Making a pop up flower box card is so much fun and is a perfect gift for any occasion. Click thru to see how I made this pretty garden chair card.

Making a pop up flower box card is so much fun and makes a perfect gift for any occasion.This will be perfect for the person who loves to garden.  You can find tons of pop up flower box card inspiration at this Pinterest link.  And if that isn’t enough, you can check out my Pop Up Box category to see several different seasonal themed cards.  Thanks for coming by today and I hope you have a great week. 

Here are the dies I used for my pop up flower box card.

 
Circle Lattice Die Cut 5026D
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5159D beach chairs
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Knob Top Fence Die Cut 5152-02D
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Watering Can Die Cut 5147-12D
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Tall Terracotta Pot Die Cut 5147-16D
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Tabed Grass Set Die Cut 5152-03D
[ RBB ]
5162-02D Large Ivy
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5162-03D Small Ivy
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Flower Buds Die Cut 5147-09D
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5210-04D Small Flowers #1
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5214-02D Cart Accessories #1 Die Cut
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Small Butterflies Die 5147-08D
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Here the tools and supplies.

 
Carta Bella Paper – Flower Market…
[ SBC ]
The Paper Cut: A-2 Pop-Up Box Card
[ THP ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock,…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Sour…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock,…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill COTTON CANDY Card Shoppe…
[ SSS ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Easter…
[ ELH ]
Solar White Heavyweight 110 lb – 25…
[ ELH ]
Worn Lipstick, Ranger Distress Ink Pad
[ ELH ]
Wild Honey, Ranger Distress Ink Pad
[ ELH ]
Rusty Hinge, Ranger Distress Ink Pad
[ ELH ]
Mini Applicators, 12 pk, PanPastel Sofft
[ ELH ]
Mini Glossy Accents, Ranger Accents
[ ELH ]
Susan’s Garden Tool Kit, Elizabeth…
[ ELH ]
McGill Paper Blossoms Molding Mat-8.3…
[ AMZUS ]
Scotch Foam Mounting Tape
[ ELH ]
12mm (1/2″), Be Creative Tape
[ ELH ]
Micro (1/8″), Glue Dots
[ ELH ]
ATG Kit, Advanced Tape Glider
[ ELH ]
Teflon Bone Folder, Essentials by Ellen
[ ELH ]
Crossover II Fabric & Paper Cutting…
[ RBB ]