Friday, 8 February 2013

Lavender Planter - Fold Back Card

Good Morning! Donna here with another Friday project.

I have a little tutorial for a quick & easy fold back card made using the brand new Club Stamp Set to share with you all.

You will also need: River Bank Revels 6x6 paper pad from Little Claire's
River Ban Revels Doilies from Little Claire's
Promarkers from Little Claire's I used:
Pastel Beige
Burnt Sienna

Memento ink
White & coloured cardstock
Die-cut flowers
Circle & Scalloped Circle dies

a) cut the white cardstock to measure 14cm x 28cm and fold in half. Then fold the front in half, outwards.
b) Cut a piece of coloured cardstock measuring 13.7cm square a a piece measuring 13.7cm x 6.7cm and stick onto front and inside.
c) Cut a piece of patterned paper measuring 13.4cm square and a piece measuring 13.4cm x 6.4cm and layer on top of the coloured cardstock.

d) Stamp & colour the Lavender Planter from the stamp set & cut out using circle die.
e) Stamp out sentiment & cut out with same size circle.
f) Cut two scalloped circles in co-ordinating cardstock. 

g) Layer up the above onto paper doilies.
h) Stick the layered doily/sentiment on the inside in the centre and then the doily/image onto the front ensuring it covers the one on the inside. 
i) attach die cut flowers & gems to finish.

Hope you enjoyed my little tutorial, please pop back very soon for some more gorgeous inspiration from the Little Claire team.


  1. Oh WOW, I love this card Donna, thank you x

  2. This is so gorgeous Donna, I just love your card and a great tut too, very easy even for the kids to understand. Thanks soo much for that.

  3. Gorgeous card and fabulous tutorial xx

  4. Great tut Donna, so easy to follow. Love the card, the colours are fab. Pat x

  5. Great card, easily adapted to the papers & stamps I already have. I plan to re-create this card in purple so a friends birthday.


  6. Fabulous card Donna - thank you for sharing xx

  7. Donna this is such a beautiful card that can be adapted using different papers and colours. Thank you for the tutorial and inspiration xx