Floral Curios Stamps Video Tutorial by Lozzy

Check out this fabulous video by Lozzy! She shows you how to make a beautiful card using the Floral Curios Stamps and Flawless Media Products. Just click on the link below… it’s a great tutorial!


Floral Curios by Lozzy

Hi everyone, it’s Lozzy here today with a step by step on how I made this card.

I used

Sentimentally Yours

Floral Curios Stamps – Corsage Corners

Smudged Sentiment Stamps

Pure White card

Cool Slate card

Cool Grey card

Superfine Embossing powder – Pure White

Dotty Daisy Dies

Succulent Foliage Dies

Beautiful Butterfly Dies

Flawless Media Radiant Lustre Pigment Powder – Cornflower Petal

Premium PVA Glue

Plus….. foam tape, silicon glue, paper trimmer, stamping platform/acrylic block, heat tool, sticky embossing ink pad, paint brush white posca pen and 7” x 7” card blank

Quick Step by Step

Trim Cool Slate card to 17cm x 17cm, trim Cool Grey card to 16.5cm x 16.5cm and trim Cool Slate to 16cm x 16cm. Matt the first two trimmed cards together using PVA glue then glue on to the card blank.

Using the trimmed Cool Slate 16cm x 16cm to now emboss. Use your sticky embossing pad, white embossing powder, sentiment stamp and the corner stamps to add on to the card. Add the largest of the corner stamps away from the corner of the card. Add some splats using the white posca pen and leave to dry.

Cut out some Daisy flowers, two Butterflies and Foliage using white super smooth card.

Add some Cornflower Petal powder to your craft sheet/mat. Mix with some water to form a liquid. Added using paint brush to ends of the Daisy petals and cover all the die cut Butterflies.

When dry, layer flowers together and arange onto card using silicon glue. Add this layer onto the card front using foam tape

Take care…..Hugs Lozzy xx

Shabby Flowers by Helen Garrington

Time to Make – 1 hour

  • Cut mats and layers in Pure White and Lavender card stock to fit A5 card blank.
  • Emboss the Pure White layer with the Heart Lattice Embossing Folder.
  • Die Cut and Oval from the Stitched Torn Set in Lavender
  • Die cut an oval from the Stitched Torn Set in Pure White and emboss with the Classic Flourish Embossing Folder.
  • Die cut the Charmed Scallop Border from the Lavender
  • Die cut a selection of Shabby Blossom Flower Pure White.
  • Put a small amount of Royal Purple Metallic Acrylic Paint onto a craft sheet and using a natural sponge, dab the flowers allover and leave to dry. When the flowers are dry shape them with a ball tool
  • Die cut the Shabby Foliage in Purple Passion card and shape the leaves
  • Die cut the Stamens 2 in Lavender for each flower
  • Stamp the sentiments on Pure White card using the Monarch Versafine Clair ink. Cut out leaving a small border
  • Assemble the card as in the photo and add Aurora Gems

Sentimentally Yours Products Used

Other Products

DL Card – Shabby Dies Collection (By Angela)


  1. Cut Hot Chocolate card slightly smaller than the DL card blank and affix to card. Repeat this process with Malted Milk card and then French Champagne card.
  2. Die cut Butterfly and Cascading Circles in Malted Milk.
  3. Die cut Foliage and Stamens in Hot Chocolate.
  4. Die cut Flowers in French Champagne and Malted Milk and make flowers adding gels to the centre of each flower.
  5. Stamp, Emboss and cut out sentiments with the Gathered Twigs Oxide Ink and Clear Embossing Powder.
  6. Affix cascading Circles to card, leaving edges loose.
  7. Arrange and affix Flowers and Foliage covering some but not all of the Cascading Circles.
  8. Finish by adding Butterfly and Sentiments.

SY Products Used:

Other Products Used:

Woodgrain Botanicals – Hibiscus by Alison Stroud

Craft Skill Level: Beginner

Time To Make: 30-45 mins


Card Blank is C5 size.

Cut a piece of Fabulous Fuchsia cardstock  2/8” smaller than the blank and Mandarin Burst 2/8” smaller than the Fuchsia, mat and layer these to the card blank using foam tape.

Cut a piece of Pure White cardstock 2/8” smaller than the mandarin burst card.

Using two pieces of removable tape mask off a panel in the centre of the card and using the two contrasting colours of Distress Oxides and smoothies randomly ink the two outside panels making sure you don’t colour right over the tape.

Once the ink is dry remove the tape.

Using two new pieces of tape carefully place a piece on each side of the white panel, with the tape being over the coloured panel. This will ensure that the stamped image will not mark the coloured sides.

Wipe the white area with an antistatic pad.

Ink up the stamp using embossing ink and stamp the bottom section of the card so the bottom of the stem is at the bottom edge. Re-ink the stamp and stamp the top section of the card to just meet the first stamped image. (You could add the  silver embossing powder to the first stamped image so you can see where to stamp the image again more easily).

REMEMBER to remove the tape before heat embossing.

Add silver embossing powder over the whole section and heat to set.

On a spare scrap of white card stamp and emboss the image twice more, and  fussy cut three flowers.

Using the oxides and a water brush, colour the middle of all the flowers with picked raspberry,( I then dabbed with a piece of kitchen roll to take a bit of the colour out). Then, using the same process colour the outer of the flowers with the carved pumpkin, and then the leaves with the bundled sage.

Using foam tape, add this layer to the card blank.

Attach the flowers to card, as in the photo, to give some dimension and to hide the join between the stamps.

Stamp the sentiments required using the embossing ink and coloured powders alternating colours, then cut out using the stitched torn dies. Attach to the left side of the card.

Complete by adding a large pearl in each corner.

Products Used…

Sentimentally Yours

Other Products…

Woodgrain Botanicals – Sunflower by Ilona

Sentimentally Yours Product List

• Woodgrain Botanicals Sunflower stamp

• Woodgrain Botanicals Woodgrain stamp

• Stitched Torn Rectangles dies

• Stitched Torn Circles dies

• Pure White Premium cardstock

• Warm Copper Lustre cardstock

• Tres Chic Mandala Circle Frames & Mini Sentiments stamp set 

• Watercolour Blending Brush Pens 

• Gemporium Flat Backed Gems – Champagne

• Premium PVA glue


• Stamping platform or A6 acrylic block

• Versafine Clair Nocturne ink pad

• Paper trimmer

• Die cutting machine

• Foam tape (optional)

Step by Step:

1. Stamp Sunflower on white card and colour it using Watercolour Blending brushes. Then take 3rd smallest Torn Stitched Rectangle die and cut it out

2. Cut smallest Torn Stitched Circle die from white card and stamp sentiment (using Versafine Clair Nocturne) from Tres Chic Mandala Circle Frames & Mini sentiments

3. Cut 4th largest Torn Stitched Rectangle from Warm Copper Lustre Card

4. Cut a piece of white card that measures 4 ¾ “x 5 ¾ “ stamp Woodgrain all around

5. Next cut another layer that measures 5”x6” from Warm Copper Lustre card

6. Glue all layers together using glue on some and foam tape on others (if you like to add some dimension!)

7. To make a card blank cut a piece of white card that measures 10 ½ “x 6 ¼ “. Score at 5 ¼ “  along the 10 ½ “ side, fold and burnish.

8. Glue your layers to the card blank.

Friday Live Card – 1st May

Here is the card Phill made during his Friday Live with Phill on 1st May.

It’s made using the new A6 Big Birthday Verses, Beautiful Brushstrokes Terranova Paper Packs, Sweetheart Flower Stamps & Dies, Textural Temptations Stamps, Cobalt Blue Cardstock, Double Debossed Plain and Rounded Corner Square Dies, Leaf Dies.

On the live video he uses a different colourway, with the Olive Grove Cardstock.  He uses Milled Lavender and Bundled Sage to ink the pattern inside.

The Full Card

Stage 1 – cut out all the layers and die cuts as below:

  • Card Blank – 21 x 21cm (cut as in stage 2)
  • Layer 1 – Card – 20.5 x 10.5cm
  • Layer 2 – Papers – 20 x 10cm
  • Layer 3 – Card – 20.5cm x 20.5cm (inside)
  • Layer 4 – Papers – 20 x 20cm (inside)
  • Die Cut Squares in coloured card, white card and the papers,
  • Flower Dies – some with card and some with vellum
  • Leaf Dies

Stage 2 – Cut the card blank front to the size, by measuring down 10cm from the top and cutting off, leaving an 11cm panel on the bottom.

Stage 3 – Stamp your chosen Big Birthday Verse onto the Square Paper Die Cut layer for the front with the Pure White Embossing Powder.  Choose a smaller sentiment for the inside layer.

(Don’t forget your anti-static bag)

Stage 4 – Stamp your chosen Textural Temptations stamp around the edge of the paper layer for the inside with Distress Oxides for a more subtle finish.  Phill also gently wiped over the ink to smudge it a little.  He then stamped a different texture pattern with the Pure White Embossing Powder.

Use one of the Distress Oxide Inks to shabby up the edges – after you’ve done the stamping.

Stamp the front paper layer with a texture stamp and Pure White Embossing Powder.

Stage 5 – Glue all the flat layers together on the front and inside.  Raise the front verse on foam tape and attach to the white square layer. Phill has then lifted the bottom part on foam tape. Glitter the edges

Stage 6 – Stamp and die cut the flowers you would like to use on either the cardstock or vellum.  Phill used the Sakura Gelly Roll pens to add some sparkle.

Stage 7 – assemble the card and add the flowers, leaves and glitter.

Here’s what we used with links to our www….

Sentimentally Yours


We hope you enjoy making this card!

Karen Signature

Friday Live Card – 24th April 2020

Here is the card Phill made during his Friday Facebook Live on 24th April.

It uses the Sentiment Medallion Wrap and Coins,  Romantique Flower Dies, Double Debossed Circle Dies. This card uses the Olive Grove and Pure White Card Stock and Olive Vine Embossing Powders.  It also has Porcelain White Pearls in the centre of the flowers.

On Phills live show he used Storm Grey Card with Smokey Quartz Embossing Powder, Vellum, Enchanting Flowers Dies and the Triple Layering Diamond Stencils. He also mixed Diamond Dazzle, Luna Holographic and Rainbow Crystals Glitters! Lush!


Stage 1 – cut out all the layers needed as below

  • Card blank is 23 x 17.5cm
  • 1st layer – Olive – 22 x 16.5cm
  • 2nd layer – White – 21 x 15.5cm
  • 3rd Layer – Olive Embossed – 18 x 13cm
  • Strip – 3cm wide
  • Circle Die Layers (Except the Wrap and Coins)
  • Flower Dies.

Stage 2 – stamp the Medallion Wrap onto White Card using the Olive Vine Embossing Powders.  Stamp the Sentiment Coins onto white and the small words onto Olive Grove.  Use the Circle Dies to cut these out for layering later.

Stage 3 –  Using the Embossing Powder, stamp the borders onto the strip of card. Then add the centre part design of your choice.

Stage 4 – Layer up the circle dies and other card layers onto the card blank. Use foam tape where you wish. Glitter the edges where you like!

Stage 5 –  Use the extras on the Medallion Wraps to stamp each petal on the plain white flowers.  Assemble the flowers and allow the glue to dry a little.

Stage 6 – add the flowers, leaves and pearls to your card!

Here’s what we used with links to the website…..

Sentimentally Yours


We hope you enjoy making this card!

Karen Signature

A6 Life Quotes – Facebook Live Card

Here’s the card that Phill made on Facebook.

It is made using the Double Debossed Corner Rectangles, Lush Leaves, Leafy Fronds and Elegance Flower Dies and Stamps. And also the new Life Quotes A6 Stamps released on Hochanda a few weeks ago.


Stage 1 – Cut out all the layers needed as below:

  • Card Blank is 23cm x 19cm
  • Layer 1 – 21cm x 17cm
  • Layer 2 – Double Debossed Corner Rectangle – Background
  • Layer 3 – Double Debossed Corner Rectangle – A6 Life Quote Stamp
  • Leafy Frond
  • Lush Leaves

Stage 2 –  Wipe the smallest rounded corner rectangle layer with the anti-static dust bag.  Stamp the ‘Special Day Life Quote’  with the Perfect Medium and cover with Cracked Pepper Premium Embossing Powder. Colour in elements of the stamp with the watercolour brush blending pens.

TIP – Scribble the pen onto a blending mat and pick up with a water brush to create a faded finish.

Stage 3 – Stamp the extra elements onto the labels white layer. Speed the process up by adding a few to the stamping block and only stamp the edges!

Stage 4 – Stamp the flowers onto white card and use the dies to cut out

TIP – When lining the dies up, you should be able to see just a small bit of the black outline.

Stage 5 – Colour the flowers with the Watercolour Blending Brush Pens.

TIP – I coloured in a little scribble near the centre then used the waterbrush supplied in the set to drag the colour out.

Stage 6 – Assemble the layers and arrange the flowers and leaves.  Add the Spearmint Waves Ombre Pearls.

Here’s what we used with links to our www….

We hope you enjoy making this card!

Karen Signature

MDF Box Card

Here is our latest blog post

The original card was made by Suzanne (Design Team Member). It uses the A4 Premium Paper Packs, MDF Sentiments and Cosmic Holographic Glitters.  In our workshops we also used the new Flower Dies on our cards 🙂

There is a lot of cutting for this card as we have used two different coloured layers of paper each section, but you could certainly make it easier by just having one layer of paper each section! (Follow the cutting for Layer 1 only if you want to make it easier)

Suzanne’s Card


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Stage 1 – Cut out all the layers needed as below:

  • Base Card – x2 pieces of white card – 28.5cm x 9.5 (Score each piece at 9.5cm and 19cm). Glue the middle sections together to make the box and let dry.
  • Lid – 16cm x 16cm white card (Score each side at 3cm all way round and snip at corners to glue sides together later – after you have stuck the layers on!)
  • Outer Box Sections
    • Sides Layer 1 – 9cm x 9cm (x4)
    • Sides Layer 2 – 8.5cm x 8.5cm (x4)
  • Lid Sections
    • Top Layer 1 – 9.5cm x 9.5cm (x1)
    • Top Layer 2 – 9cm x 9cm (x1)
    • Side Panels 1 – 9.5cm x 2.5 (x4)
    • Side Panels 2 – 9cm x 2cm (x4)
  • Inner Box Sections
    • Sides Layer 1 and Base Layer 1 -9cm x 9cm (x5)
    • Sides Layer 2 – 8.5cm x 8.5cm (x4)
    • Base Layer 2 – 8.5cm x 8.5cm (x1) use different paper than sides to contrast
  • Circle Dies – we have left ours white and stamped them
  • Flower Dies

Stage 2 – Glue all the layers to the box sections.

After you have attached the layers on the lids, fold the lid and glue together.

Stage 3 – Choose whether you want to Glitter your MDF Sentiment or Use Embossing Powder – both look fab!  The Holographic Glitter covers the MDF more fully than the Glitter Alchemy.  If you choose to Emboss, make sure you Double Emboss the words to fill the colour.

We have used our Brush Glue Applicator to apply the glitters.  You don’t need a lot of glue as it’s very strong!

The MDF Sentiments all come with extra shapes that you can embellish and add to your box card!

Stage 4 – Choose which Stamps to use on the plain white circles and use coordinating ink to match the papers.

Stage 5 – Ink and shape the flowers

Stage 6 – We have used Pinflair Glue to hold our MDF Sentiment in place.  This takes time to dry, so ideally leave this for at least 3 hours before adding the flowers around the base so it is set.  The flowers will disguise the Silicone glue, or you could sprinkle it with glitter!

Each MDF Sentiment will have at least anchor points at the base when a good blog of Pinflair can be added.

Here’s what we used with link to our www….

Sentimentally Yours Products

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Happy Crafting!

We hope you enjoy making this Box Card!

Karen Signature