Other Products: Westcott Brand Trimmer/Scissors, Acetate, Copic Sketc : R24, Recollection Glitter, Stamen (white beaded), Foamiran, Heating Tool
Instructions: Take layered circles card (kraft) to form your card front. You will use two pieces from the layered circles card kraft set for the card. The larger circle panel will be on top. Take a piece of 6 x 12" kraft paper for your card base. Score and fold at 6". Choose your brick paper and green paper from the paper pad, cut to 5 3/4" x 5 3/4". Diecut a circle in the center of the brick patterned panel to align with the circle opening on the layered card panel, adhere to front card panel. Adhere Green panel directly onto front of kraft card base you've made. Then adhere 2nd kraft panel with the smaller circle directly on top of the green panel.
Fussy cut some of the leaves from the patterned paper, and using your flower shaping kit, cup each of the leaves for a 3D appearance which will allow it to pop off your card front. Diecut two fairies from the designer paper pad using coordinating dies.
To form the flowers die cut a total of 3 layers for each flower bunch. Use the wildwood flowers dies to diecut the flowers on white foamiran. Gently shape the flower petals using the deluxe flower shaping kit along with a heating tool. Then layer each petal as shown and stagger each petal. Punch a hole in the center to add your stamens. Now add some color to your flower centers using your Copic Sketch pen in R24.
To create the shaker: Take a piece of clear acetate and adhere on the back of the circle on the top panel using dries clear adhesive. Apply foam tape tightly together on the backside of kraft panel to create a barrier for your shaker pieces. Also add some dots to the corners of the panel. Adhere dancing fairy in circle center using 3D foam dots. Insert some recollections glitter pieces for the shaker part of the card. Adhere onto card base.
Once complete glue all the flowers together and arrange as shown on your card front using dries clear adhesive and foam dots as desired.
Created By: Monica Edwards