More die cut flower card fun.

Love how the flower fits inside an acetate notecard.

Supplies for apricot card: Blooming Dots Flower, Layering Circles, apricot and acetate notecards by Hero Arts. Tangerine ColorBox Fluid Chalk — gives it a neat finish. Stamped the circles on the back of the acetate notecard with white StazOn.

Supplies for pink card: All stamps, gemstone, acetate notecard and pink notecard/envelope by Hero Arts. I stamped the Blooming Dots Flower with Soft Blossom ink, and added the distress marks with ArtPrint Brown. The brown center is the EK Success retro flower punch, I adhered it to the inside.

10 Replies to “More die cut flower card fun.”

  1. These are great! I am curious about what you used to adhere the flowers to the acetate.

  2. Hi Nancy!

    I used glue dots — one on each petal — you can barely see them, and they hold really well!

    — L

  3. Dawn Burnworth says: Reply

    Lisa,
    This is fabulous. I love the rich color of the flower. Great card, great idea as always.
    Dawn B.

  4. These are beautiful. Simple and striking. I have hunted for acetate note cards before but have been unable to find them. Where did you find them or did you make your own.
    Thanks so much – a great blog that I always enjoy.

  5. Hi Judith,

    Hero Arts has acetate notecards, so you may be able to find them at your local stamp store, or ask them to order some for you. Online stores have them too!

    I’ve tried making some myself, but the acetate like you buy in office supply stores isn’t as thick as the Hero ones, so the cards come out kind of flimsy.

    — Lisa

  6. YUM-O!! Love the bold colors choice!

  7. These are fun! I like the orange one. Of course. :)

  8. SHUT UP!!!!!!! These are to stinkin’ FUN! DANG, girl!!!

  9. The card is fabulous!!!
    You are truely talented.

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