Scrappy Tails A7 Flower Cover Plate- 3 Ways


Scrappy Tails A7 Flower Cover Plate- 3 Ways


Welcome to the Scrappy Tails Craft’s Flower Shop blog and video inspiration hop! Today, we are hopping along to celebrate the launch of our new Spring collection! Each designer along the hop will be showcasing products from the new release to hopefully give you some ideas and inspiration for your Spring and Easter cards. 

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The hop ends on Friday, April 15th at 11:59 PM EST. Winners will be announced on the Scrappy Tails Craft’s Youtube channel and blog on Saturday, April 16th. 


Our "A7 Flower Cover Plate" die set has been a major hit! Several of you have asked me to share some more inspiration featuring the die set, so I made three cards using it today. All of them have a similar layout, I just swapped out the focal point images and changed the color schemes. 

The die set includes two dies to create a shadow behind the main flower frame. I decided to use it for my cards today, I love how it just makes the frame pop against whatever background you use. My first card features the cover plate shadow cut from light green card stock.  

I cut the cover plate from dark green card stock and paper pieced the pink flowers on top. The die includes the flowers separate so you can easily die cut and glue them on top of the frame. As a finishing touch, I added pink pearls to the centers of each flower. 

Once my flower frame was glued together, I added it onto a 5x7 panel that I cut from green pattern paper.



Sometimes cover plates can make it tricky to decorate the rest of the card. Part of the reason I love them so much is because they're great just by themselves. However, by adding a few additional die cuts, you can really bring these plates to life on a card!

I added a paper pieced watering can filled with flowers to the bottom left corner of the card. These images are from the new "Potted Flowers" die set. Surrounding the watering can, I added some pink butterflies from the same "Potted Flowers" die set and the "Garden Flowers" die set. I opted to cut them from the same pink I used to cut the flowers in. It kept the card cohesive. I still wanted the cover plate to shine.

The "Hello" sentiment was die cut from the "Slimline Pop up Shadow Box" die set. I cut the shadow from dark green card stock and the word itself from pink. Whenever I use a die cut sentiment, I always like to add extra white layers underneath to help it pop!



My second card features the "A7 Flower Cover Plate" cut from green card stock. I knew my flowers were going to be orange, so I chose to die cut the shadow layer from light blue card stock, since blue is orange's complimentary color. As a finishing touch, I added orange pearls to the centers of each flower. 

Once my flower frame was glued together, I added it onto a 5x7 panel that I cut from blue and green pattern paper.



I die cut and paper pieced another flower pot from the new "Potted Flowers" and "Garden Flowers" die set. I added yellow pearls to the centers of each flower. 

Again, I added some orange butterflies around my pot. 

This time, I used the sentiment included in the "A7 Flower Cover Plate" die set. It includes the words "Thank you Friend" and the shadow dies. I cut the word "Thank you" three times from white card stock and stacked them together. I cut the shadows from the same light blue card stock. 


Bonus Card 


Since I had all the supplies out, I figured I'd make one more card in a traditional white, black and silver color scheme. This could make a beautiful wedding card! 

This time, I die cut the cover plate from silver mirror card stock, and the shadow from black. I opted for white flowers with pearls on this card.

Once my flower frame was glued together, I added it onto a white embossed 5x7 panel.



I decorated the center very simply with just the "Thank you Friend" sentiment and some more silver flowers. I think this is a great one to mass produce! 

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Thanks for stopping by!

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  • 01 Apr 2022 Kathy

    How do I order the flower cover plate?
    Thank you,

  • 01 Apr 2022 Kristina Gentle

    So much inspiration along this fun hop. Adored everyone’s creations with your brilliantly creative sets

  • 01 Apr 2022 Lauryne Cunningham

    Your cards are beautiful, especially the black and silver one! I love this frame of flowers!

  • 01 Apr 2022 Denise Bryant

    Beautiful cards! I love the pretty cover plate design!

  • 01 Apr 2022 Carla Hundley

    Fun blog hop and
    loving all the pretty
    Carla from Arizona

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