Flowerpot Accordion Card

Flowerpot Template Layout of flower sprays Just in time for Mother’s Day!  This is my Mother’s Day card to my awesomely wonderful mother-in-law… don’t tell her!   Sets: A Rose is a Rose, Bella Toile backgound stamp;  Accessories: Creamy Caramel c/s, Vanilla c/s, Close to Cocoa ink, Riding Hood Red ink, Pink Pirhouette ink, Kiwi Kiss ink, Baja Breeze ink.

To the left, I have included the flowerpot template as well as the ‘map’ for stamping the roses for the inside of the card below as explained in the video (and in case you are crazy like me and wish to make the same exact card). 

Below are thumbnails you can click on for larger images of the flowerpot ‘accordion’ card from different angles.  This card isn’t as hard as it looks!

Flowerpot Accordion Card Closed

  Accordion Card Open1

Accordion Card Open (sideview) Enjoy this video… it seemed monotone to me, but I got up at 4am to tape so that the house would be quiet.  My voice sounds strange because I was trying to film and not wake anyone up! 

So, am I getting better at video?  I’ve created an ‘AmyTV‘ page (which will pull all my videos together in one place).  Enjoy!

Comments

  1. Peg Smith says:

    Amy, this is so beautiful!
    I love the Roses too.
    Thanks for the free tutortial and video.

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  2. Wonderful tutorial. I wish the picture was larger, but it’s a great video otherwise! Thanks for the great tutorial!

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  3. I loved the video. I wondered how you got the center to pop-up. I wish you would post on U-Tube because the video would be larger.

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    Amy Reply:

    It is too long for YouTube (can’t be longer than 10 minutes).

    You can view it full sized on my Facebook Fan Page at: http://www.Ustamp4FunFans.com

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  4. As usual ,it’s definitely too beautiful.And also I love so much this set you used.
    Thank you so much for sharing with us.
    Katou (your fan n°1 in France)

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  5. I just joined your email list and watched your Flower Pot Accordian Rose card video. It is beautiful. Thanks for sharing the directions. I look forward to seeing more of your projects.

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  6. Beautiful card! I do appreciate you making videos and think your little retro TV is adorable, but I’d really like to be able to see it full screen and be able to pause and rewind in case I need to see something agin without starting over. TFS your gorgeous card.

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  7. Jacqueline Russell says:

    Amy,
    I thought your video(even if you were making the video in the “wee” hours of the morning)sounded just fine! Thanks so much for showing all of us this wonderful card. You are awesome,talented and creative!!
    Have a wonderful week !

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  8. Hey Girlie! You go with those Videos! LOVE them! You do such Awesome work! I gave you some props on my Blog go check it out! Just my way of saying….LOVE what you share and you are so inspiring to me! Keep those reels rolling! ; )

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  9. Debbie Emery says:

    Wow Amy! I thought you video was great thanks for sharing looking forward in making one! See Ya Soon! Debbie :o)

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  10. kathynruss says:

    Wow, I don’t know if you you’re getting better, ’cause I have only watched this one video, but will for sure go and find the others. This one is awesome! Going to CASE it for sure and show it off at next workshop.

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  11. Jean Fitch says:

    Positively Amazing! Thanks for sharing the creativity and inspiration and the fantastic videos!

    Hugs and blessings from a sister demo – Jean

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    Amy Reply:

    You are so sweet! Thank you!

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  12. I made a flowerpot card once before with a tag inside the pot, but I like your card-idea much and much more.
    Love the ‘old TV’ that you are playing your video on, very original.
    Greetings from the Netherlands

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