Fast and Fabulous Flower Card

Last week I held a Fast and Fabulous card class.  The goal of the class was to give people three cards that were quick to make, didn’t use too many tools, and looked great when you were done.  And while this card doesn’t translate as well in the photo as it does in person, people agreed it fit the class description. 🙂

Sometimes a simple card with a pop of color and a cool focal element is all you need.  In this case, the Daffodil Delight cardstock and the punched flower gives it that.  To create the flower, we punched the new Blossom punch five times.  For each punched flower, I crinkled up the paper as much as I could and then adhered them together.  I added a small Peach Parfait Boho Blossom punch out for the center before pulling it all together with an antique brad.

The one other thing that you can’t see, but I love is that the designer paper is flocked, adding a bit more of a rich feel to the card without being over the top.

Want to make this card yourself?  It is one of the cards featured in this month’s Cards To Go kit!  Get all the supplies to make it at home mailed straight to you.  Click here to learn more about my Cards To Go kits.

Want to come to one of my next classes?  Check out my calendar and let me know!

 

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Blossom Flower Fab Card Recipe:
Stamps: 
Curvy Verses
Ink:  Basic Black
Paper: Mocha Morning designer paper, Crumb Cake Cardstock, Daffodil Delight CS, Peach Parfait CS
Accessories:  Blossom punch, Boho Blossom punch, paper piercer, glue dots

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