Greeting Card:

  • The technique for making these cards is simple.
  • Start with old floral greetings cards or floral printed scrapbook paper -- you will need two or more copies of each individual flower, more is better.
  • Take scissors and cut out individual flowers and leaves. When it comes to assemble the card, arrange a variety of cutouts to your pleasing in a base layer.
  • To get the three dimensional effect, use pop dots foam adhesives to layer leaves and petals over the base flowers.
  • There is no right or wrong way to make your arrangements, which is half the fun. Sometimes you will layer an entire flower cutout over its duplicate on the base of the card.
  • You can get even more details by layering individual petal and leaf cutouts on different areas to really give the bouquet dimension.
  • Another tip is to layer the number of pop dots you use, so some petals will rest higher than others on the paper.



  • Construction Paper
  • Colored Cardboard
  • Markers
  • Glues
  • Damp Paper Towels
  • Scissors
  • Old Magazines
  • Pencils


  • Draw or trace shapes and letters on colored construction paper or cut them from magazines.


  • Cut out the shapes and/or letters.
  • Fold a piece of construction paper in half.
  • Arrange the cutouts on the folded paper to determine your design.
  • Put rubber cement or glue on one side of the cutout shapes.
  • Place the shapes on the construction paper, glue-side down.
  • Smooth out glue bubbles and wipe off excess glue.

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