Card Corsage Easy Steps

Today's post is all about the Card Corsage Easy Steps to make a dozen cards at one time!

I used some silver metalic thread in this corsage and popped up the Teeny Tiny Wishes sentiment on Dimensionals after punching it out with the Classic Label punch.

I cut out a dozen layers with Watermelon Wonder and embossed them with Petal Burst embossing folder. Using Note Cards means that all of our layers are going to be smaller, but I needed the embossed piece to show off, so the white stamped layer is 1/2" smaller in each direction to show it. Let's get stamping!

When I tussled the silver thread under the sentiment, I used the technique shown in the video in THIS POST.

AnD then the packaging …. oh my goodness!  Glassine bags stapled with a piece of Blushing Bride sequins, Flirty Flamingo ribbon, and a punched tag held on with Blushing Bride thick baker's twine. The hearts were stamped from the Work of Art stamp set in Blushing Bride and Watermelon Wonder.

Use these Card Corsage Easy Steps next time you make a dozen cards!

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  1. I love this card not to mention the packaging!! The EF really adds to your card, which it's on my Wish List! 

  2. I love the colors and the simplicity but it is like getting a present when you get the card!  It is done beautifully and really so simple and elegant.  What a wonderful talent you have!  I love reading all your ideas and seeing all your gorgeous cards!!!


    1. Oh, Linda, that is so sweet!!!!  Thank you for that!  Funny thing about our needing to pack up for the move in just a couple of weeks, I am using any excuse I can to craft instead of just boxing things up, and as I find more sparklies, I’m crafting even more!  I have two more cards to share, making a dozen each: Mint Macaron and Delightful Dijon are retiring and I have LOVED them so much, will cut while I have the cardstock. I may or may not have hoarded three reams of everything!