Kite Delight is a new stamp set in the new January – June 2022 Mini Catalogue. The set has 4 different kits, a cloud, sun and kite tails.

Kite Delight Stamp Set 157748

I’ve made a different style of card today, it’s called a ‘Dutch Door’ card. At first glance, it looks like a normal flat front. When you open the card you can see that the front top edges aren’t there. See the image below.

I’ve added an extra white layer inside the card to hide to front blue layer.


  1. Start with a Balmy Blue A5 piece of card stock. Score this in half at 10.5 cm. Your starting card will measure 10.5 x 14.8 cm (folded)
  2. Put the Balmy Blue card into your trimmer and cut along the score line, cut down a total of 7.5 cm.
  3. Turn the Balmy Blue card in the trimmer and cut the top piece off. You will now have a half a front and a full back piece.
  4. Keep the Balmy Blue panel and glue into the front of the card.
  5. From Basic White cardstock, cut 3 x (7 cm x 10 cm)
  6. From Basic White cardstock, cut 1 x (14.3 cm x 10 cm)
  7. Decorate the white panels and glue in place.
  8. Add clouds and kite stamp with foam pads.


Let me show you how I made today’s project.


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