Stampin'Up! Celebrate Sunflowers Theatre Card

Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Gemma Clarke

Hello everyone

Today's card is a fancy fold Theatre card! I have seen this style of card on pinterest and I just had to make one.
This card is also one that I have made with my craft group on a Sunday evening on zoom, which is our new normal at the moment.

For my cards I have used a new Incolour Misty Moonlight with the Flowers for every Season DSP. I have used the Celebrate Sunflowers stamp set too.

This is a beautiful stamp set with the main sunflower image and it also has the smaller flower too along with coordinating dies for you to cut your images out.

I have tried to make this card as simply as possible and easy to follow along.

The image above is of the card in it's closed position and then below open, the final image is how the card stands up.

This would make a really stunning card for a special occasion! It is actually quite simple yet gives a real wow factor.

To make this card you will need one sheet of A4 card. You will then need to cut this one piece into 4 pieces. The measurements are as follows and I show you how to do this in the video tutorial.

2 pieces, 4 1\8" x 5 3/4"

2 pieces, 4" x 5 3\4" These are the inside of the card and need to be scored the same on both pieces at

1 3/8" and 2 7\8"

You will also need 2 strips of card that are 1\2" x 5 1\2"

To decorate your card you need DSP in the following measurements

4" x 5 5\8"
2 5\8" x 3 3\4", two pieces

For the inside of your card you can either use the piece you cut from the front or as I have use one of the small cards from the memories and more pack.

To make the front panel of the card you will also need a rectangle die to cut out the frame but if you don't have one you can cut a rectangle of card and use it as a template to draw then cut out of the front using a craft knife, This will need to measure 4 1\2" x 2 1\2".

To assemble your card click below to watch the tutorial

Here are the supplies I used for this project

To buy your supplies with me click on the images above, if you have any questions or would like some more information on anything Stampin'Up! please drop me a message!

Thank you for dropping by today and until next time,

 Happy crafting!
  Gemma xx

1 comment

  1. Thank you! I have watched a dozen videos..but I got yours! They are so fast, but you made it so much easier..again thank you!