Angled Front Handmade Card

Happy Monday Stampers ~ I have another fancy front card with my Angled Front Handmade Card today.

Yesterday was a hodge podge day. I managed to make 2 samples for my pocket card from my Facebook Live last week, made my video for Wednesday, and set up the other bed frame in the girls bedroom. I also went over to Barb’s to watch a movie. Today I will be heading to the mattress store to get the box springs for the beds. I will order the mattresses also and have the bedroom set up when they get here. I also need to get the other bedroom cleaned up and the office area straight so it is ready when Jess gets here later next week. I also need to cut paper and set up for my workshop tomorrow. It will be a busy day!

I had a card saved that had a fancy front. I decided to make my version. The one I found was in one of my Facebook groups. I decided to use one of the new In Colors. My card front is the new Terracotta Tile and I embossed it using the Subtle embossing folder. I then took a piece of Whisper White and attached it to the card front using Tear & Tape. I combined the Terracotta Tile with Daffodil Delight, Granny Apple Green, and Pineapple Punch inks. The large flowers were stamped with Daffodil Delight. The small flower uses Pineapple Punch. These were then cut out using the coordinating dies. I also used some Granny Apple Green card stock and cut out some leaves and some Pineapple Punch to cut out the sprigs. I determined the placement of all the elements so I knew where to stamp my other sprig. After my sprigs were stamped I then started adding my cut out elements. The leaves were added first using glue dots. Next the Pineapple Punch sprigs were added using glue dots also. The flowers were added using dimensionals. Here is the completed Angled Front Handmade Card.

An interesting card front is perfect for a WOW card. Here is an idea for an Angled Front Handmade Card.


















inside of card and envelope

These flowers are so pretty. They made the perfect Angled Front Handmade Card. Click the photo to see the completed card.












Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation



  1. I will definitely CASE this one! Beautiful!

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