These pop-up flower garden cards or so super easy to make! You just need some thin cardboard (or thick paper), coloured paper, glue and scissors. The photos above pretty much say it all. One thing to notice — don’t make the flowers too long, or they will stick out of the card once folded! Sara (6) made the coloured flowers, and Pim (4), who’s still quite clumsy at using his scissors, created the abstract tulip garden for his sick grandpa. Cute!
Great idea!!! I am definitely stealing it.
PS where did you get the alphabet stamps from?
Courtney got me those stamps for my birthday a few years ago. I think they’re from here: http://www.impressrubberstamps.com/index.html
But Muji has good ones too!
Clever! We will definitely give it a try one rainy day soon.
LOVE these, I have been thinking of making something similar but could not figure out how!
Thanks for this. Have already made our own. Just in time for m ums birthday. Cheers!
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Awesome. I was looking for a card my 6 year old students can give give to their mums in graduation day. I made a valentines card using the same technique but hadn’t considered flowers. Thank you – Tim