Hope And Sunshine – NHS


This handmade card has been created using a paper collection called Hope and Sunshine from Creative Crafting World.

This paper collection is showing on Create and Craft on Saturday the 9th May on Create and Craft.
£2.50 from each collection sold will be donated to an NHS charity.

Handmade card using Hope and Sunshine paper collection

This is a very quick and simple card to make.
Here is a tutorial on how I created this card.

You will need :

A5 White Card
The Paper Tree Hope And Sunshine – Die Cut Collection
The Paper Tree Hope And Sunshine – Insert Collection
The Paper Boutique Beyond Alphabet Collection
Blue Card
White Card
Small Silver Pearls
Glue / Double Sided Tape
Foam Pads


You will need the insert with the rainbow and hearts and one small circle sentiment.

Layer one:
Cut a piece from blue card measuring 20.5 cms by 14.5 cms.
Cut a piece from the insert measuring 20 cms by 14 cms.
Matt and layer together and attach to the card base.

Layer two:
Using the squares from the die set, cut three large squares from white card and three small squares from blue card.
Matt and layer together using foam pads.
Then using the alphabet letters cut out NHS from white card.
Attach the letters to the squares and attach to the card base on the right.

Layer three:
Cut out the small circle sentiment and attach underneath the rainbow image using foam pads.

Layer four:
Using the small butterfly and dragonfly die, cut both from blue card.
Attach to the card base adding a small silver pearl to each.


Thank you for visiting my blog and please feel free to follow and make any of my handmade card tutorials.

If you would like to see other cards using Creative Crafting World products please have a look here:

For Him : Birthday

Happy Days – Birthday Wishes

A Whisper Of Autumn – Sending You Best Wishes

Perfect Partners Collection, Beyond Alphabet Die Collection-A5 Card Designs


One thought on “Hope And Sunshine – NHS”

  1. Ginny says:

    A beautiful card Ginny ♥
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