Great British Button Challenge: Sew a Flower Garden Card
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Great British Button Challenge: Sew a Flower Garden Card

Difficulty Beginner
Budget < £10
Time < 1 hour

If you’re looking for a quick and easy card for a birthday, thank you or even if you’re wishing someone a speedy recovery, this flower garden card is ideal. Simply grab a card blank, a selection of buttons and a your favourite fine liner and you’ll be away! You can adorn your card with as many blooms as you like, if you are planning on including a number of flowers make sure to experiment with different heights of flora to add interest and maximise the space on your card blank.

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How to make


With the card blank in a landscape orientation, use a pencil to faintly draw out flower stems coming up from the bottom of the card. Mix and match buttons to each of the stems.


Once happy with the composition, secure each of the buttons in place with cream sewing thread. Secure the thread on the inside of the card with a small strip of tape.


Cover the inside front of the card with a sheet of white cardstock measuring 16.5 x 11.5cm using double-sided tape, to cover the stitching.

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