Cascade Card

I came to Stampin’ Up!  accidently when my son was showing me something on YouTube and I managed to click on a video by Brandy Cox. This card is a case of one of her cards. I can no longer complain about the time they spent on YouTube as I am now as bad 😉

cascade pastel finish

Pop of Petals Bundle pg 47 Annual Catalogue

Everthing you need for this card can be purchased from my shop in the links below. and until the end of March for every £45 you spend you can receive a free product for Sale-a-bration. Why not join my team and receive £170 worth of products for £99 or £170 and the Stampin’ Tote (whilst stocks last) for £125.

Base Card 8 1/4 x 5 7/8, scored and folded @ 4 1/8″
Scraps of Whisper White and co-ordinating cardstock

cascade stamp

Stamp your flowers in a variety of colours, you will need about 14. Check which way up you have your stamp so it lines up with the punch. I have marked mine on the back. Punch out your flowers.

Stamp your sentiment on Whisper White and punch out with the 1 1/8″ Scallop punch.
Punch out a 1 3/8 Scallop in a co-ordinating colour.
Layer these using Stampin’ Dimensionals and set to one side.


Put the front of your card into the embossing folder and run through the Big Shot.

With the card in portrait, trim off 1 1/4″ from the front.


Add one of the flowers to the inside bottom right- hand side of your card with liquid glue,

Add a flower to the bottom left-hand side of your envelope.

And another to the back flap of your envelope.

cascade pastel

Put a line of liquid glue along the side of your card and place a selection of your flowers down overlapping the edge. Then using the Stampin’ Dimensionals attach the rest of your flowers and your sentiment.


Finally finish off with some Pearls.

Which is your favourite? For me it has to be the pastel colours.

Until next time,

Happy Crafting

Cas xx

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