I got the idea for this weeks tutorial from Ellen Hutson. She posted a similar one several years ago. I thought it was a great card idea and wanted to share it with all of you and have it in the SCS resource section. You use 4 circle die cuts to create a Petal Card.

For my sample I cut and embossed the four circles out of black cardstock with the largest of the Beaded Circle Nestabilities dies. 2 circles were cut and embossed with a smaller Classic Circle Nestabilities die out of Glowing Authentique Patterned Paper. The patterned paper circles were cut in half and sanded before one half was stitched to each of the four Beaded circles. The circles were scored in half and adhered with glue dots.

A piece of Crochet Lace was stitched to a 2″ x 10″ strip of Authentique Paper before it was adhered around the card as a belly band. Gold Organdy Ribbon was tied around the band. A Muse Token was tied around the bow with Linen Thread and topped with a button.

An image from Crafty Secrets Halloween Creative Scraps was cut with a Classic Oval Nestabilities die. The edge of the image was sanded before it was first adhered to a slightly bigger black cardstock oval, then to a Scallop Oval layer cut and embossed out of Classic Cream Neenah cardstock. A sentiment ticket from the  same Creative Scraps was cut out and attached to the image layer with a Mini Paper Clips. A small button was stitched underneath the sentiment.

For the inside of the card I cut and embossed another piece of Classic Cream cardstock with a Classic Circle Nestabilities die. A strip of Authentique paper was stitched to the layer after the edges had been sponged with Antique Linen Distress ink.

Here is a video for the visual learner:

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!
Hugs and smiles

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

27 Responses to “Tutorial on SCS – Petal Card”

  1. This is way cool with the die you’ve used…and what a fun image too!! Thanks for the awesome video! LOVE this!!

  2. Fabulous tutorial, Beate! And such a beautifully different Halloween card! x

  3. A great use of DP, image and style! Awesome!

  4. What a fun image! Fabulous tutorial, Beate!

  5. This is a fantastic design, Beate! Great video! Looking forward to trying this out!

  6. What a fun shaped card Beate! Your harlequin stampings and papers are wonderful on this!

  7. Thank you! this is wonderful. I love the way the back turns out. I will be giving this a try.

  8. that is so cool, and I just love the images and papers you used for the card too tfs the video :)

  9. WOW! I love how this turned out. I have the beaded circle SB dies. I will try this for sure. You rock girl! :)
    Hugs~

  10. Simply beautiful Beate!! I love this image it brings “Fall” to my mind…and the one below is such a fun card! Thanks for sharing!!

  11. I just love this card, thanks so much for sharing.

    Brenda

  12. What a wonderful design. Love it! Thanks for sharing!

  13. Lovely card Beate! That is so neat! Great Halloween colors and images. :o)

  14. Beate, you are amazing. I love this and will have to try.
    God bless,
    Peggy Allen

  15. this is so beautiful and unique. super card, Beate! love it!

  16. WOW WOW Beate this is AMAZING!!! LOVE your design and thanks for the FABULOUS tutorial!!! EEEK I SOOOO LOVE Halloween and so love this!!!

  17. this is so beautiful and unique. super card, Beate! love it!

    Simply beautiful Beate!! I love this image it brings “Fall” to my mind…and the one below is such a fun card! Thanks for sharing!!

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  18. I just love this card, thanks so much for sharing.

  19. wowwww ! Beate i love this card.
    The beautiful colors and images.
    Thank you very much for the video.
    Hugs

  20. LOVE this creation of yours! You make it easy to *try* to make one, which I did today. Yours is GREAT and mine is good enough. TFS! Love your videos!

  21. Thanks for the great tutorial. Love that card! It’s so classy.

  22. This is just beautiful Beate!

  23. Wow, Beate… this is breathtaking! Love the image of course but your layout really makes everything pop!

  24. Hi all, I ran across your blog using The search engines even as trying to find a very similar issue, your site came out, seems like fine. I have saved it at my yahoo book mark

  25. thank you for the tutorial, I made one, too. Look here

  26. Love this tutorial! Hugs, Jeanette.

  27. Using four circles to do a petal card is a great idea, and I LOVE the vintage Halloween look of this card! The colours and accents are just perfect. Totally swooning over that one!

    Cindy

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