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Pinky Blue Stamped Flower Card

Use simple stamping and sponging techniques to make this gorgeous and fun Pinky Blue Stamped Flower Card. Add different hues of pink and blue to make a handmade card that celebrates the beginning of Spring. This card can be used for numerous occasions, from a birthday greeting to thanking a colleague for a job well done. Handmade thank you cards and homemade birthday cards are so much better than generic store-bought greetings, and the flower embellishment on this gorgeous design will put a spring in the recipient’s step.

Pinky Blue Stamped Flower Card


  • 8.2” x 5.6” Light Blue Marbled Cardstock
  • 5.1” x 3.4” Pink Patterned Scrapbook Paper
  • Left-over Piece of Sand-Colored Cardstock
  • One White Round Paper Doily
  • 0.2” Wide Self-Adhesive White Decorative Lace Tape
  • 0.3” Wide Pink Square-Grid Belt Ribbon
  • 0.6” Wide Purple-Pink Polymer Clay Rose
  • Acrylic Paint in the Following Two Colors: Powder Blue and Sweet Memories (Bright Pink)
  • Jablo’s Cosmos Stamps, Pf 007 (See For International Stockists)
  • Paintbrush
  • A Sponge (Use One that was Inside a Medicine Bottle)
  • Glue
  • Ruler
  • Pencil
  • Scissors



1. Score the light blue marbled cardstock to create a card sized 4.1” x 5.6”.


Pinky Blue Stamped Flower Card

2. With the fold at the top, centre and glue the pink patterned scrapbook paper to the front of the card.
3. Use the sponge and the two acrylic paints to add color to the paper doily. Do not use too much paint on the sponge and lightly dab the paint onto the doily. Allow to dry thoroughly.


Pinky Blue Stamped Flower Card

4. Use the paint brush to apply an even layer of the powder blue acrylic paint onto the Jablo’s stamp. Be careful not to apply too much or too little paint to the stamp, as you will end up with an uneven effect. Transfer the image onto the sand-colored cardstock and then carefully lift the stamp. Allow to dry thoroughly.
5. Cut out the stamped flower.
6. Glue a piece of the colored doily to the bottom left corner of the card and cut off any protruding edges.
7. Add a strip of lace tape to the bottom of the card. Glue the belt ribbon in place just below the lace tape and cut off any protruding edges.
8. Make a loop with a piece of belt ribbon. Glue the stamped flower and the looped ribbon in place in the top right corner. Neatly cut the ribbon ends and glue them to the card.


Pinky Blue Stamped Flower Card

9. Add the polymer clay rose to the centre of the stamped flower.


Pinky Blue Stamped Flower Card

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