Magnolia Lane Memories Card Pack and Large Specialty Card’s and Envelopes

Ever want to make a card that looks like it took hours to make but didn’t take much time at all? Here it is!

The ‘Magnolia Lane’ card pack and ‘Magnolia Lane Large Specialty Cards and Envelopes’ have all the pieces to create 20+ cards in a jiffy and without a lot of effort or extra supplies. You can take the packs with you and whip up in a jiffy and know you will have a quality card when finished.

This is no ordinary card. The excitement is inside when you open it and a pop up greets you. This is accomplished by making a step that pops up the centerpiece of the card…like the birthday greeting in the pix.

To make the step that holds your centerpiece:

  • Cut a piece of ‘Garden Lane’ designer series paper at least 1/4″ smaller (on all sides) than the card base. If you want to layer another piece under as in the picture increase to 1/2″ smaller on all sides.
  • Fold cardstock in half and press with bone folder.
  • Find the center point on the fold, mark it and cut a line in 1/2 inch both to the right and left of the mark. Adjust the width according to the size of the item that will be attached.
  • Gently push the cutout back to the right and press then the same to the left.
  • Glue Centerpice to step for a strong hold
  • Attach a writing space below the centerpiece and embellish behind the centerpiece if desired. No stamping, no coloring just fun putting it all together.

This card format can be as simple or complex as you want. The sample adds a bit more color with a solid ‘Apple Green’ piece of cardstock and a piece of ‘Garden Lane’ designer series paper as well as embellishments included in the card pack. The greeting is popped up with dimensionals.

All supplies used are listed below. If you need assistance ordering or do not have a demonstrator , I would be thrilled to be yours. Just drop me a note.

Have fun making your own creations. Would love it if you’d share this blog with others and help me build my readership.

Have a great crafting day.


Magnolia Lane Memories & More Card Pack

Magnolia Lane Large SpecialtyMemories & More Cards&Envelopes

Garden Lane Designer Series Paper

Tombow Multipurpose Liquid Glue


To a Wild Rose

Here are a few cards with simple variations: Either in stamping technique, embellishment, shape of card, designer series paper or framing technique. One card is  even made from a kit and comes together super fast.

All the cards feature the ‘To a Wild Rose’ stamp set.  It is a distinctive set which has three stamping layers and can give you a ‘photo-look’.    Some are stamped with two layers and at least one with all three.  Can you tell the difference?   The ‘Gorgeous Grape and So Saffron’ card has three layer stamping and shows off the photo-realistic element.

You really can have some fun changing things up just die cutting some of the pieces and popping up on your card for added emphasis and dimension.

Try taking a whole layer and backing with craft foam strips around the edges or cut your A2 card base at 41/4″ wide and 10″ long to make a top fold card. Just doing that gives your card a fresh look  . Add a bit of ribbon/twine/epoxy drops….hey wait a minute….add it all and just have fun.

Look the cards over and would love your comments.


These first two cards have two layers of black and white cardstock.   On the first card the white layers are stamped all around the edges.    Graduate the pieces using the ‘Stitched Rectangle’ dies.  Once cut,  use a water color pencil and smooth out with water to fill in the background of flowers on the smaller white piece.  

Frame  each panel  with a black piece one quarter of an inch bigger.  Layer it all up and pop up the top black layer with ‘Strip Demionals.‘  Add your pieces to a  base and top with a bow and some  enamel dots.    

The second card in this set is much the same with a couple of variations. Stamp only one white piece of cardstock and graduate with the ‘Stitched Rectangle’ dies.  Frame in black and prop us the top black piece with ‘Dimensionals.’  I love how the design flows from the smaller piece to the larger one.  Attach your layers on a black A2 verticle base which gives a different look.


Next, this purple card uses ‘VersaMark‘ink to stamp the outline on a piece of ‘Purple Posey’ paper creating a background design.   Taking a piece of gingham paper, cut it an at angle to cover the bottom half of the card, attact to the background piece  and lay a piece of ribbon over the edge to finish.   The rose and leaves are then stamped, colored and cut out.  One is popped up on ‘Dimensionals’ and a sentiment is stamped in the top right corner.    Novo drops or acrylic dots can be used to fill in the center of the two flowers .   As with the first set of cards the purple layer is backed by   craft foam strips.


Not much direction to give you on this card…Pretty straightforward.  This is a fresh and simple card to stamp, color and finish.  The background paper is from a favorite designer series paper called ‘Garden Lane.’  


This last card was the easiest of all to make.  If you like to make your own cards but don’t have a lot of time you can use the ‘Magnolia Lane ‘large specialty cards & envelopes.  The base and enevlope have silver-lines and an envelope liner that just takes the card to another level.    Stamp the outline and any other floral pieces you like in ‘Early Espresso‘ ink and top with a flower stamped on ‘Whisper White’ cardstock …no coloring necessary.   before placing the flower on the  card  (with ‘Dimensionals’) add a piece of Whisper White Flax’ ribbon.  To make the foliage pop, stamp the outline in ‘Granny Apple Green’ ink and stamp the next layer in ‘Lemon Lime Twist.”   Take the ‘Magnolia Lane Memories & More’ card pack for the inside of the card and glue it in place. 

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions and if you need help ordering I am avaiable 24/7.    Hope you hit like and share with your friends.  Thanks for stopping by.


Supplies Used:


To a Wild Rose Bundle


Whisper White Cardstock

Black Cardstock

Daffodil Delight Cardstock

Garden Lane DSP

In-color 6 x 6 Designer Series Paper



Terra Cotta Tile

Grapegrove Grove

Rich Razelberry

Highland Heather

Gorgeous Grape

Granny Apple Green

Lemon Lime Twist

Pear Pizazz

VersaMark Pad & /refill


Polka Dot Tulle Ribbon

Happiness Blooms Enamel Dots

Watercolor Pencils – Assortment 2

Foam Strip Dimensionals


Mini Glue Dots

Multipurpose Liquid Glue

Stitched Rectangle Dies 






Interesting Card Shapes

Tired of making the same old A2 card base? Here is some inspiration I cased from fellow demonstrators. The highlighted sets I used arethe new ‘ Free as a Bird‘, ‘Good Morning Magnolia’ and ‘To a wild Rose’ stamp sets. Can’t seem to stop playing with these sets and hope you love them as much as I do.  There’s so many looks you can get by mixing them up.

This first card is an easel-back card which is created with a base of heavyweight ‘Whisper White’  at 4 1/4 “x 11”.

On the long side of the base score at 2 3/4″ and again at 5 1/2″ which creates the fold for the easel. For the front of the card you can layer up pieces starting with a black cardstock cut at 5×1/4″x4″  Use the picture as a guide to see how the front was layered and attached up to the shorter score point . By attaching this way it will stand up like an easel and also fold flat for mailing (see pix.)

Die Cut a heavy weight white piece from the ‘Rectangle Dies.’   Stamp images then emboss on top with the ‘Corregated 3D ’embossing folder.

Add stamped images and die cut to pop up with ‘Dimensionals.’ Use ribbon and a die cut frame to finish the details.

To make the stop for the easel cut three layers of card stock with the same rectangle dies and glue together. Attach to lower portion of base after you embellish. Underneath the stop you can add a white panel for extra stability and writing space.


The second card is a flip-page design. Using the pixs as a guide this card is easier to make than you might think.It is similar to cutting three card bases and putting them together turning each base in a different direction to create the flip effect.

The back (or base) of the card is cut at 5×1/2′ x 4 1/4″.   Layer up with a cut from the ‘Stitched Rectangle’ dies in a green.

Next cut a patterned piece at 9 1/2′ x 3 1/4″ and score at  4 3/4″  Fold at score line, center and attach to base.    Stamp Sentiment on lower right corner.

For the third layer cut a piece of cardstock at 8′ x 3″  and score at 4″.  Fold at score line and attach to second layer to the right side of layer two. (check out the pix.)   You can add more writing space on the inside of this layer by cutting a solid pice of cardstock 3 3/4′ x 2 3/4″ and attaching on left side of this layer.  Embellish with a blossom from the ‘Magnolia Lane’ designer series paper.

All the flip pages should be in place and you can add a sentiment, ribbon and more die cut buds from the designer series paper on the top side of the third layer.


So there you have it.  A couple of designs that are fun and interesting to make.   If you like these cards, please press like and forward to your crafing friends so they can be inspired too.

If you do not have a demonstrator to help you with questions or purchases, I would love to partner with you.  Just drop me a comment.


Products Used:

Stamp Sets and Dies

Good Morning Magnolia Stamps and Dies

To a Wild Rose

Free as a Bird

Stitched Rectangle Dies


Magnolia Lane

Subtles Variety

Whisper White-Thick

Black Cardstock


Tuxedo BlackMomento Ink

Whisper White Polka Dot Ribbon

Whisper White Flax Ribbon