Handmade Birthday Card with Flower Punch

I can't wait to share this handmade birthday card with you today!  It uses a flower punch, that's also on a strawberry punch – which may sound confusing but it will all make sense in just a minute!

Being a big fan of versatile stamp sets and supplies, I fell in love with the Sweet Strawberry Bundle instantly.  Not only do you get a strawberry shape in the punch, you also get the top of a strawberry (which in case you want to google it, it has a million names!), the leaves AND this delightful flower.  All in one punch.  Let me share the bundle with you:



So fun!  And to be completely honest, I don't love the font choices at all for the stamp set.  Even without using the words, the stamp set and punch are a great price and a bundled price is even better!


I love to take small images in a stamp set and make them the focal point of a card.  It's something I do a LOT of in Stamping Family.  And that's exactly what we are doing here.  We are taking one of the flower images and we are using the background of the flower stamp and the outline of that same flower, doing a little stamping and turning it into handmade card utopia.


The Supplies

Before we get any further into this, let me share the very short supply list with you.  To order any of these items, simply click on an image below.

Click here to place your order with me, use the host code below, and receive a free gift from me. 

Current Host Code: MPJA4UDW

For orders over $150 placed through my store, don't use the hostess code, you will still get your free gift from me.





The Making

I stamped my flowers in both Daffodil Delight ink and also Real Red ink.  5 of each worked for me.

You can't go wrong by adding a strip of patterned paper (AND it's a great way to use up any scraps you have laying around!) along the left hand side of your card panel.  Then stamp your sentiment just to the right side of the same panel.

Add some Baker's Twine around your card, tie a bow with the same twine using your 10 Second Bow Maker and add it to your card.

Finish by adding your flowers using Mini Dimensionals behind each.

And that's all this takes!  Seriously, that's it!



Like this card and want to see another card using the strawberry in the bundle?  Click here.


You are so awesome for stopping by and checking out this project!  Order the supplies, set aside some crafty time, and enjoy making an entire batch of these.  See you in the next project!  XOXO, Meg

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