Gift Ideas, Handmade Cards, Techniques & Tutorials

Wildflower Fields Card Box

Dear Crafters,

Today I share a gift idea in the way of a large envelope/card box to place some cards and envelopes in to give as a lovely gift to someone.

I have used Blackberry Bliss, this stunning rich colour coordinates with the Wildflower Fields Designer Series Paper that you can choose for free with any $90 order during Saleabration.

Card Envelope Project Wildflower Fields DSP #stampinup

This envelope can hold 6 A5 cards and C6 envelopes. It is really just a thicker envelope that I made using the diagonal plate with the Simply Scored.

I started with an 11″ x 11″piece of cardstock and scored on the diagonal plate at 3-1/2″ and 5-1/2″. Tip: Score from the ruler along the top and the sides so you don’t have to turn your card stock.

Turn the card stock 90 degrees and score both sides diagonally at 4-1/2″ an 6-1/2″.

Card Envelope Project Wildflower Fields DSP #stampinup

I have used a retired brad as the closer on this one, the flap folds down and underneath it to hold it closed.

I have even put a piece of DSP on the back to dress it up and show off this gorgeous DSP!

Card Envelope Project Wildflower Fields DSP #stampinup

Isn’t it a lovely way to give some cards to someone as a gift?!!!

And here are the matching cards I made to go inside with the Flowering Fields stamp set

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1 thought on “Wildflower Fields Card Box”

  1. Thanks for the inspiration, your cards are just lovely and would be welcomed by anyone. Love following your blog.


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