Fall Floral Card



I cannot wait for fall and I think this card expresses that!  There is a very short video showing some of the process here.  I used the Candy Jar stamp set, the Candy Jar die set, Narrow Card/Envelope & Bookmark die set, the Winter Botanical stamp set, the Winter Botanical dieset and the hello Senti-mini die set, as well as the blue lagoon confetti.  That is a lot of products for one card, but I love to mix and match Trinity’s amazing products!


  1. I die cut all the panels & envelope parts from the Narrow Card/Envelope & Bookmark die set, and adhered the panel to a 3 inch by 6 inch card base.  I show how to put the envelope together in the video as well- you have to die cut 2 side panels and the main envelope panel with the 2 flaps.
  2. I cut a smaller panel out of white Neenah cardstock, stamped part of the jar (masking the top part off) with Memento tuxedo black ink, and then prepared a mask of the jar itself, which I placed over the image on the panel.  I then ink blended distress oxide inks- scattered straw first, then spiced marmalade and finally festive berries at the corners to create a fall backdrop for the vase with the flowers.
  3. I stamped some of the Winter Botanical stampset images with Versamark ink and then heat embossed with gold embossing powder onto Smooth Bristol watercolor paper.  I stamped the same images in peeled paint distress oxide ink & rusty hinge distress oxide ink onto another panel of Smooth Bristol watercolor paper.  
  4. I colored all the images either with peeled paint, festive berries, or rusty hinge distress oxide ink and then adhered them in the vase.  Finally I die cut the Candy Jar with acetate and with Lawn Fawn speckled blue paper to create a vase with a blue hue, die cut the word “hello” out of gold metallic paper & adhered the blue lagoon confetti.

Thank you so much for stopping by!  Have a great day!



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