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Start the Week Stampin' - Flower Pot Card Tutorial

Hello friends and welcome to Start the Week. This month I had planned to concentrate on the Punches Stampin' Up! supply. They are perfect for quick and easy cards, a few general punches are an inexpensive way to get different shapes on your cards when you are starting card making. However I have just come back from a lovely crafting weekend with Julie Wade at Create Handmade Happiness and this was one of the projects we made. Julie has kindly agreed to let me share it with you.


Two flower pot fold cards

This card comes together really quickly and has a surprise message inside!


Flower pot fold and message card

Materials and Measurements

For the flower pot

Gray Granite 3.5" by 9", scored from the long side at 2" and 5.5"

DSP 4" by 3"

Gray Granite Shimmer Ribbon

For the insert

Gray Granite 4.5" by 2.5"

Basic White 4.25" by 2.25"

DSP 2.25" by 0.25"

Flowers or similar to decorate

A full list of supplies and links to my online shop are after the video, enjoy.



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Basic Craft Kit, Just Add Stamps, Ink and Paper



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