Springtime Lovely Lattice Card Idea for the Pals Blog Hop

Welcome to the Pals’ March Blog Hop. We’re so glad you’re here because ”Spring has Sprung” – at least on our blog hop if not outside! Our Design Team created beautiful projects to inspire you. You may be starting the hop here or coming from a previous Pal’s blog. Either way, you’ve come to the right place. You’ll find the full line-up below to help you move, or “hop” along from Pal to Pal. Are you ready for Spring? We sure are here in Michigan!! So, making a Spring project was just what I needed. For my card, I chose the Lovely Lattice stamp set, which is a sweet floral stamp available for free when you place an order for $50 or more. It really is perfect for Spring and I chose a light color combination to keep it fresh.

If you are interested to know any of the products I used in this card, I have a complete list after the Line-up at the bottom of this post.


Floral Birthday Card That's Perfect for Spring using Lovely Lattice Stamp Set by Stampin' Up!


My Secrets to Making This Lovely Lattice Project

Card Measurements.

My (almost) A6 easel card is a 1/4″ shy of the A6 dimensions so that it would fit more easily into the envelope. I hadn’t seen an easel card this size so am providing you with the measurements for this card:

  • Card Base: 12″ x 4 1/4,” Easel layer: 6″ x 4 1/4″ and scored at 3″ and 6″
  • Garden Impressions DSP: 4″ x 5 3/4″ (2)
  • Whisper White: 3.5″ x 5.25″

Floral Birthday Card That's Perfect for Spring using Lovely Lattice Stamp Set by Stampin' Up! Floral Birthday Card That's Perfect for Spring using Lovely Lattice Stamp Set by Stampin' Up!


Lovely Lattice Focal Image.
  • The image was heat embossed in white embossing powder onto So Saffron cardstock. The flowers were colored with Stampin’ Blends very lightly to allow the color of the cardstock to come through. The effect is most “spring-y,” don’t you think? Once done, I fussy cut it out.
  • The Whisper White layer was spritzed with rubbing alcohol, then run through the Big Shot in the Country Floral Dynamic embossing folder.
  •  The sentiment from More Than Words was heat embossed in white embossing powder, cropped with a framelit from the Rectangle Stitched die collection. Whisper White and Calypso Coral cardstock were cropped with the Stitched Ovals Framelits, then all were layered together to complete the front panel.
  • The Finishing Touch was punching out a couple of the small butterflies from the Botanical Butterfly DSP. Then, I added the pretty artisan pearls to the flowers and butterflies for a little touch of bling.


Floral Birthday Card That's Perfect for Spring using Lovely Lattice Stamp Set by Stampin' Up!


Inside Panel.
  • The DSP was adhered to the inside. The sentiment from Incredible Like You was stamped in Grapefruit Grove ink, then cropped out with the Stitched Labels Framelits. The little flowers were also heat embossed and colored, then cut out with the ovals framelits. The “wishes” die was cropped twice and layered together, then adhered to the ovals. A small piece of ribbon was placed onto the inside panel, then the ovals were popped up on top.


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Delicate floral images create lovely focal points or backgrounds.



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I hope you enjoyed my card today! If you did, please:

  • Leave me a comment! Which “secret” are you going to try?
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More inspiration awaits! Use the Blog Hop Line-up below to visit the rest of this month’s Design Team. My fellow Pals are excited to show you what they’ve created! Don’t forget to show us some love by commenting on our creations. Mark your calendars for Wednesday, April 10, 2019 when our Hoppin’ Pals share their “Families First” projects. Don’t miss the fun!

Pals Blog Hop


  1. Mary Fish at Stampin’ Pretty
  2. Susan Itell at Simple Stampin
  3. Tricia Chuba at ButterDish Designs
  4. Jackie Beers at Blue Line Stamping
  5. Peggy Noe at Pretty Paper Cards
  6. Pamela Sadler at Stampin Pink Rose
  7. Karen Hallam at Karen’s Stamping Habit
  8. Jennifer Michalski at Stamping Serenity
  9. Katy McGloin at Just Fun Stamping
  10. Su Mohr at Aromas And Art
  11. Debbie Mageed at Secrets to Stamping
  12. Lori Pinto at LollyPop Paper and Ink
  13. Stesha Bloodhart at Stampin’ Hoot!
  14. Linda Suarez at All Night Stamping
  15. Terri George at Stamp Me Crafty
  16. Beth McCullough at Stamping Mom
  17. Lisa Ann Bernard at Queen B Creations
  18. Patti MacLeith at Papercrafts by Patti
  19. Wendy Klein at Doggone Delightful Stampin’
  20. Jill Killeen at Killeen House Studio
  21. Mary Hanson at Up North Stampin’
  22. Roseanne Mulhern at Heartfelt Stamping
  23. Leah O’Brien at Stamping by the Bay
  24. Jackie Diediker at Stampin’ Jackie
  25. Denise Hoepfner at The Mountain Magpie
  26. Jeanie Stark at Just Stampin’
  27. Sue Becker at RnR Stamping

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14 thoughts on “Springtime Lovely Lattice Card Idea for the Pals Blog Hop”

  1. You nailed it on the spring theme! This card is gorgeous! I love the style and your coloring is spot on.

  2. Wow, Debbie! I don’t know which lovely detail to start with!!! LOVE the use of white embossing powder… I never remember to use that color and it is perfect for your project!!! You know how much I love the country floral texture and the Easel style fold!! Butterflies are definitely becoming a signature for you! And the “hidden” sentiment is so much fun!!! Already pinned, Sister dearest!

  3. What a beautiful spring card Debbie! I love easel cards and you have so much detail inside and out! Thanks for providing all the details!

  4. Debbie, this card is a delight! I love your mix of colors and the addition of the white embossing is perfect 🙂 Thanks for sharing.

  5. A lovely card with a clever layout, but I love best the stamped Lattice on the yellow background. So pretty

  6. Thank you, Sharon, for your comment! The 4 1/4″ x 12″ card base panel was scored at 3″ and 6″ to make a standard easel card.

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