quick and easy flower greeting card

Today I have a quick and easy flower greeting card for you.  I love this greeting from the Thoughtful Blooms FREE stamp set!  You can send this to anyone you want to cheer up, celebrate, thank  or just send a happy hello.  I also love the color combination of Flirty Flamingo, Terracotta Tile  and Grapefruit Grove – you can scroll down to my pin for Pinterest to see how they look.

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If you’d like to recreate this card the measurements and instructions are below.  To see the supplies scroll down for pictures of each.


  • Flirty Flamingo Card Stock 11″ by 4 1/4″; score at 5 1/2″; 1 3/4″ by 1 1/2″
  • Whisper White Card Stock 4 1/2″ by 3″; 4 3/4″ by 3 1/4″; 1 1/2″ by 1 1/4″


  1. On second largest Whisper White layer stamp 3 – 4 times each:
    1. Large lined flower in Terracotta Tile and Grapefruit Grove
    2. Large solid flower in Terracotta Tile and Flirty Flamingo
    3. Medium solid flower in Grapefruit Grove and Flirty Flamingo
    4. Small solid flower in Terracotta Tile and Flirty Flamingo
  2. Still on same layer fill spaces with dotted stamp using Sahara Sand
  3. Snail two large white layers together
  4. Attach to card using Stampin’ Dimensionals
  5. Add Champagne Jewels to center of flowers
  6. Stamp greeting on smallest Whisper White in Flirty Flamingo
  7. Snail to Flirty Flamingo layer and then use Stampin’ Dimensionals to attach to card
quick and easy flower greeting card

Pro Tip

Cut the layer with all the stamping larger at first and then trim to size.  This makes it easier to get the background paper look.

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Pin for Later

Pin this graphic below to your Ink Stamp and Scrap with Linda board on Pinterest so you can easily find this project again.


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