New WOW! Tutorial: Simple Stampin’ Up! 3-D Flower

Stampin up stampinup stamp it card idea punches catalog demonstrator video tutorialMake this sweet 3-D flower in less than a minute.  Watch today’s 1 Minute to WOW! Video Tutorial to learn how!



  • Paper-piercing the double border is easy with the Stampin’ Up! Essentials Paper-Piercing Pack and Stampin’ Pierce Mat.

Stampin up stampinup stamp it card ideas punch catalog demonstrator video tutorial

  • The Stampin’ Up! Sweet Essentials stamp set offers a charming font and a versatile group of sentiments.  See images at the end of this post.

Stampin up stampinup stamp it card idea punch catalog demonstrator video tutorials

  • Cards with a 3-D embellishment can be tricky to mail.  Keep them “un-crushed” by delivering them in person, mailing them in a box (with a gift) or use a cushioned envelope.



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Stampin up stampinup stamp it card idea punch catalog demonstrator video tutorial
Stamp Set:  Sweet Essentials (Wood-Mount 126455, Clear-Mount 126457)
Paper:  Orchard Harvest Designer Series Paper (126895), Island Indigo (122923), Crumb Cake (120953), Very Vanilla (101650)
Ink:  Early Espresso (126974)
Cool Tools:  1 3/4″ Scallop Circle Punch (119854), Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack (118309), Stampin’ Spritzer (126185), Paper-Piercing Tool (126189), Stampin’ Pierce Mat (126199), Essentials Paper-Piercing Pack (126187)
The Perfect Touch:  3/16″ Metallic Brads (119741), Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430)

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  1. Carol Carriveau

    Your card is wonderful, but honestly the flower really makes it all pop!!! Thank you for the video – I’ve been wondering about what a flower would look like using this new punch…thank you!!!

  2. I love this card and your flower is beautiful. Thank you for sharing this tip and so many others.

  3. Love the flower. I’m always wanting to try that kind of thing and your tutorials always help me to get it right!
    Thanks for another great idea, Mary.

  4. Mary once again you did it, as soon as I saw your card I loved but the flower was just beautiful. I tried it. Idid it you are just great.Thank you so much for all you do. Hugs Sharon

  5. Super Fun Technique Mary…..Honestly….Once you get started making these – It’s kind of hard to STOP. Thanks for sharing!

  6. only you could make a card so full of perfect details look simple. It’s beautiful!

  7. only you could make a card so full of perfect details look simple. It’s beautiful!

  8. only you could make a card so full of perfect details look simple. It’s beautiful!

  9. So beautiful flowers!

    Hugs, Myrna

  10. How pretty and easy looking, Mary, I must give it a try!
    Thanks for all of your great ideas and creativity! Hugs!

  11. i’m confident your flowers will look equally as good! each design is unique and fun!

  12. Morning coffee, Mary’s 1m WOW, terrific color combo, and now i must go to work. (I’ll whistle and craft in my head as I work and look forward to playing in my craft room after dinner) 🙂
    Thanks for showing us how to make this flower. Wonder if mine will look as nice as yours?

  13. I am making hand-made cards for my aunt’s Christmas present and she will DIE when she gets one with this flower!! Thank you so much for the tutorial!

  14. Mary, I look forward to my visit to your blog every day. You cards are always beautiful, and your videos are so pleasant to listen to and watch!


  15. Simple, yet sweet and lovely card. Thanks for showing us how to duplicate the flower on your WOW video. Will try it today. Love the Orchard Park DSP and the color combo you chose for your card. Thanks again.

  16. Okay Mary, that was so simple, but it looks a lot more complicated…I’m off to try that!

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