Susan’s Garden Flowers on Note Card Stand

September 1, 2017


This is Anita here . Cards are such beautiful things to light up a dull moment. We all give and receive cards all the time. So keeping that in mind, I have a note card stand made using ModaScrap dies and decorated with Susan’s Garden Flowers.

This can be displayed and has a beautiful sentiment to inspire you.



Follow these step by step instructions if you would like to replicate my project:.

Step 1 – Using the ModaScrap Gatefold – Elegant Roses die, die cut two pieces using White Soft Finish Cardstock .

  • Fold and score the tabs.
  • Apply Clear Double Sided Adhesive Tape along one of the tabs and adhere the two tabs together to create the base.

Step 2 – Create a card base by die cutting the largest rectangle from the Dotted Scallop Rectangles die set.

  • Using the second largest die from this die set, die cut a piece of patterned paper. Adhere this panel to the white card base.

Step 3 – Again using the Dotted Scallop Rectangles die set, die cut a smaller rectangle from White Soft Finish Cardstock.

  • Stamp the sentiment “Happiness Comes From Within” onto this panel using black ink.
  • Create a frame using the same die you used for the sentiment panel and the die the next size up.
  • Adhere panel and frame to card base as shown in photo above.

Step 4 – Create flowers to decorate the note holder and card using the Garden Notes Lily 2 die set and White Soft Finish Cardstock.

  • Add color to the flowers using PanPastels.
  • Shape and mold the flowers and leaves.
  • Adhere the completed flowers to the Note Card Holder and the card base as shown in photo above.

Step 5 – Insert the card into the Note Card Holder. To help make it stand, use the back of the card for support.

I hope you enjoyed my tutorial.


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  • Kirsty Vittetoe September 2, 2017 at 10:07 pm

    It is gorgeous!!!!

  • Arlene McClung September 2, 2017 at 11:15 am

    Gorgeous flowers and card. WOW

  • Kathleen Adams September 1, 2017 at 11:34 pm

    Anita, this is both very clever and absolutely stunning! Your coloring of those Lilies is perfection!

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