Disclaimer – This post is in partnership with Rubberstamps.com. All opinions are 100% my own.
With the digital world taking over most areas of our lives, it can be hard to go back to the “basics”. We are a society of instant gratification seekers. Technology is great and can help us multi-task our way through the day, but when it comes to card-giving, in my opinion, the old fashion way is much better than sending an e-card.
Taking the time not only to send a card, but to make it for someone is so much more special than sending a digital card or even a quick text. I’ve partnered with rubberstamps.com to show you how easy it is to make your own special DIY stamped and stitched flower card.
With a few supplies and this lovely daisy stamp from rubberstamps.com, you can quickly and easily stitch a fun card with texture and dimension to send to your friends and family members. Check out the full video tutorial below!
- Cardstock (solid color for your cardbase, solid color for your flower, and patterned papered)
- 2×2 Daisy Stamp
- Staz-On Ink in Black
- Foam Tape
- Tape Runner
- Green Embroidery Floss
- Sponge (or a thick piece of foam)