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Thursday with Sandiebella: Create a Tea Light Card

Sandiebella is back with a beautiful card plus the step by step on how to recreate it!

Tea Light Card



Rectangle Die
Scoring board and bone folder
Patterned paper

How to:

Cut two pieces of card measuring 11″ x 4.25″
Score both pieces at 2.75″, 5.5″, and 8.25″. Fold and crease the score lines.

Take one piece of card only, and using a rectangle die approx 3.5″H x 2.25″W, cut a window in the middle two sections.

Mountain/Valley fold the piece of card with the windows cut out so that the centre is in the mountain position, and fold the other piece so the centre is in the valley position.

Cut two pieces of card measuring 4-1/8″ x 2-1/8″ and two pieces of paper measuring 4″ x 2″ Adhere each piece of paper to a piece of card.

Adhere the panels to each end of the piece with the windows.

Ink just the flowers on the Mason Jar of Flowers stamp and stamp the flowers across the bottom of a 6″ x 4″ piece of vellum

Position the vellum behind the windows and adjust it until you are happy with the placement of the flowers.

Trim the vellum as necessary to get your placement.

Colour the flowers with copic markers, or pencils.

Turn the front section of the card over to the back and apply a narrow strip of double sided tape around the windows.

Adhere the vellum to the double sided tape.

Stamp the sentiment from the Mason Jar of Flowers onto white card and cut out using a decorative rectangle, or similar.

Decorate the front of the card as desired.

Cut two pieces of coordinating paper measuring 4-1/8″ x 2-1/8″ and adhere to the inside middle sections of the card back.

Apply adhesive to the end sections of the card front and adhere them to the end sections of the card back.

Place the card over a battery operated tealight to display.

The card folds up into a 5.5″ x 4.25″ card for mailing.

Over To You!

Share your personal favourite Stamping Bella creations with us. We LOVE to see what you’ve been creating with Stamping Bella stamps. Share a link to your latest Stamping Bella card in the comments below, or an old favourite you made a while ago. Tell us what your favourite stamps are. Are there any additions you would like to see to the range? Let us know!

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Until next time, HAPPY STAMPING!




  1. Yvonne Boucher says:

    What a great card…it is so impressive!… and thank you so much for the tutorial.

  2. Carol R says:

    Beautiful Card! Thank you for the detailed instructions to make this. Could be my Christmas cards for the family this year.

  3. Denise Byrnes says:

    Awesome!!! Blossom!!!! (teeheehee)
    Seriously – love the card!

  4. Sharon says:

    I love your tealight card, tutorial and talent.
    Thank you for sharing.

  5. Sandra says:

    thanks for sharing … I love Thursdays!

  6. Mary Toutlian-Fleer says:

    Very beautiful and elegant card.

  7. Susan says:

    Beautiful card. I am going to try using Christmas theme

  8. Maria Teresa Rezett says:

    Que belleza !!!!!! Por favor!!!!!! Es hermosa!!!!!!!

  9. Rosa Maria Vazquez says:

    Love, love, love it, i’s great for all ocassions, thank you so much for sharing your art and creativity.

  10. Cecily says:

    What a lovely card, and not only a card but a gift to be enjoyed daily. Thank you for sharing it.

  11. jocelyne says:

    jolie carte simple mais bien sympa je me
    lance demain pour essayer de la faire

  12. Danye says:

    Vraiment MERCI! Très jolie carte élégante et surtout..très bien expliquée, sans perte de temps. Bonne journée

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