Tuesday Cards – Waterfall Birthday Card

Good morning Friends. Carolyn here for Scrapbook Blessing’s Club Tuesday – Cards with my Waterfall Birthday Card.  Tip:  when in doubt about how to put this together, watch a lot of videos on youtube!  That’s my lifesaver!!

Here is the card I created:


I love the final outcome of this card and it’s not as difficult to create as it may look.  Only reason I watched a youtube tutorial is how to attach the waterfall strip to the strip across (and each time I create I will have to watch the video again!!)

This view is where I pulled the decorated waterfall down.  I stamped sentiment from a retired stamp set from Stampin! Up (4-piece) that states ‘Celebrate’ and added a gemstone on corner.  Plus I punched a hole in center of strip for a ribbon pull.

The butterflies I used is a Martha Stewart Butterfly punch, and the smaller butterflies was from a kit supplied to me by my Stampin Up upline for a card project.  I attached the across band with two brads.

As you can see I need to use my Stamp-a-ma-jig to ensure that my sentiments are straight.  And this sentiment, purchased several years at a Archivers Store up north, was used for the inside of this card.  I stamped on a similar color cardstock, and used a decorative ruler for scalloping the edges and than distress inked the edges.  Plus I used my finger-tip daubers and daubed Tea Stain dots over the card piece.  Placed two gemstones on each inner-corner and I have a birthday card to send to someone.

Supplies used:

  • Standard A2 card
  • Black for matting: 4.25×5.50
  • Designer paper: 4×5.25
  • 4 pieces of 1.75×1.75 for the waterfall
  • Black (or any other color of your choice) for matting: 2×2
  • Strip to go across: 1×4.25
  • Scoring for the Waterfall:  at 2″, 2.75″, 3.25″ and 4.25

Inside of card, if you prefer, matting of similar color or cardstock color to match, or stamp right on the inside of card.

  • Gemstones for decorating
  • Distress Ink pad
  • Daubers or sponges to ink up the edges and create the spots on mat/inside of card
  • two brads
  • and, in my case Butterflies for decorating the front of each small panel of the Waterfall.
  • adhesive of your choice – I used Elmer’s Tape Runner found in the craft section at Walmart.

Here is a link to the video I had watched when working on this Waterfall Card.  She is thorough in her video and I have watched others by her too.

Thank you for stopping by to visit with us here at Scrapbook Blessings Club, and you may also come on over to my blog here to see more of my projects that I have created.

Hope you have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by,



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