The dry foam was purchased at Michael's Craft Store. I used a knife to cut small rectangle pieces to hold the flowers.
I pushed the stem into the small piece of foam and used a liquid glue to hold the flowers in place on the card. There is a spot of glue on top to hold the stem in place. Then glue is added to the side that will adhere to the card. The stem is placed on the card, pressed in place for a few seconds, and then allowed to dry.
Tip...I am showing Scotch liquid glue, but I prefer to use Glossy Accents. Glossy Accents holds stronger and catches the paper faster. The card was actually put together with Glossy Accents (after I went to Michael's and bought another bottle)!
To cover the foam, I pulled several flowers off the stem and glued them onto the foam.
Another view of the card.
Back of the card.
Inside card. Ready for sentiment or personal note.
SpellBinders Nestabilities 'Labels' were used to create the inside.
Card is laying flat, ready to be mailed.
The card will fit into a small United States Post Office Priority Box.
It should not damage the card to squeeze it a little flatter. If enough glue has been used and the card has been allowed to dry, you should not have any pieces falling off/out.
Tip...before mailing or giving the card, turn the card upside down and gently shake it. If glued correctly, nothing will fall off or out!
Here is the link for complete instruction for making a
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