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Peony Blooms Card

Updated: Mar 29, 2023

Welcome Digi Divas! I am so glad you have stopped by to share part of your day with me. Today I want to put a little spring into your winter day. My new Peony Bloom Digi Set makes me feel warm inside on a somewhat blustery day here in Pensacola! Are you ready to craft? Let's begin...

Suggested card size - 5"x7"


Hammermill® White 100lb. Coverstock RV00, RV mix, RV02, RV04, RV06,

22 lb. Copy Paper RV66, RV69, V01, V04 - Flowers

Fiskars® Corner Punch Y13, Y15, YR18, YR24

Nuvo® Crystal Drops-Morning Dew YG61, YG63, YG67 - Leaves

3/4" EZ-Tear Tape® YG91, YG93, YG95, YG97 - Leaves

Washi Tape®

Dogwood Rose Glitter

Gold Baker's Cord

To start our journey today, we will size our images and arrange on our page as shown.

Divide the page into half for a front and back.

Size the single peony to 3"x3-1/4" and flip/mirror reverse and overlap the center line just a bit.

Size the peony and bud image to 4-1/2"x5" and rotate to please and overlap the center line just a bit. Draw a white rectangle to align with the center line and cover the excess over the center line as shown.

Apply a Name plate. Size a pre-colored bud to 1-1/8" and place over the name plate. (I used the pre-colored so the ink would not penetrate.)

Select a sentiment and place about as shown.

I placed Washi Tape® along the center line so when coloring it does not cross over to the back side.

Color as desired. I chose to color mine with Copic® Markers. A full list of colors is listed above.

Once your coloring is finished, remove the Washi Tape® carefully.

Score and fold along the edge of the Peonies along the center line as shown.

Trim the folded card to 5"x7" as shown.

Trim about an additional 3/8" off the front cover along the 7" edge.

Punch the two (2) corners on the front corner as shown using Fiskars® corner punch.

Apply 3/4" Tear-ific Tape® along the 7" edge of the card interior as shown. Remove the protective and apply Dogwood Rose glitter and burnish in using your handy dandy finger tool. Empty excess back into jar.

Tie a Gold Cord around the spine/fold of the card.

Print a small pre-colored bud on a 22 lb. Copy Paper. Fold paper in half and cut 4"x6-1/2".

Open card and slide under the gold cord.

Using Nuvo® Crystal Drops - Morning Dew place a few random droplets on the card front. Let Dry.

I hope you enjoyed this CAS creation as much as I did! Please stop by often- I have a lot of new card tutorials using my new Digi Sets as I release them. Share your creations at Jan's Digi Stamps Challenges. Anything goes, free to enter up to 5 times per contest! Two ways to win- using your own images, or a Jan's Digi! I do enjoy seeing everyone's card/scrapbook creations. Come join in the FUN!

I am sharing this sweetheart of a card with the following:


PS - Divas, I would like to invite you to join us in a wonderful charity event this month that started on February 1, 2023. It is the 3rd Annual Turner Syndrome Foundation Online Card Auction! I am proud to say that we at Jan's Digital Stamp Shop have been a Turner Syndrome Foundation supporter for the past five years.

The Turner Syndrome Awareness Card Auction is a collaborative Card Auction for the benefit of the Turner Syndrome Foundation, which operates solely on donations. TS is a complex condition affecting 1 in every 2,000 women and girls. Join JDS in supporting Lori and this cause!

Card artists are invited to donate cards for the February Awareness Month annual card auction! World renowned artists, and enthusiasts, have joined together to support Lori Kobular's fundraiser for Turner Syndrome Awareness. You can help Lori to reach her fundraising goals again this year. Lori and we at Jan's Digital Stamp Shop are asking for your generous support to make this event a continued tremendous success. The cards will be awarded to the highest bidder!

The auction started on Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 9am and continues through Tuesday, February 28, 2023 at 11:59pm online on Instagram at Lori@mulchlady6. View and bid on original one-of-a-kind hand designed cards for charity!


The goal of the Turner Syndrome Foundation (TSF) is to support research initiatives and facilitate education programs that increase professional awareness and enhance medical care of those affected by Turner syndrome. TSF is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

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