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Other Products: Seam binding, Angel Pink Memento Ink, green card stock, white card stock, Liquid Pearls, pink card stock.

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Instructions: Card size: Folded 4 3/4 X 5 3/4". Cut decorative paper 4 1/2 X 5 1/2 and glue to front of card base. Cut white eyelet Oval Small and cut out center with oval small. Cut pink oval large and oval small to fit inside of eyelet oval. Cut Decorative Oval die from white and trim to fit inside of eyelet oval. Foam tape frame with decorative oval inside to front of card on right side. Cut Sweetheart Border from white and glue to left side of card front.

Stamp Called You By Name verse with Rouge on white and die cut with large oval set die then mat with pink oval. Foam tape to center of decorative oval. Add pearls. Stamp flower sets with Rose Bud and die cut. Sponge with Angel Pink and place into Basic Flower mold then finish shaping petals by pinching in a pleated fashion. Glue flowers together in sets of 4 (tiny carnations have only 2 smallest flowers glued together). Stamp Wildwood Florals with light green, die cut then form with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit. Pierce center and insert 2 small pearl Stamen. Stamp birds with black, die cut and sponge with Rose Bud and Angel Pink.

Make a bow with white seam binding leaving tails long. Glue leaf flourish to left side of oval then glue bow on top and make tails loop and twist both up and down the left side. Glue carnations and Wildwood florals to ribbon, add leaves and extra pearl Stamen and fuzzy Stamen tucked between flowers and ribbon. Add some dots at the ends of bouquet with Liquid Pearls.

Created By: Robin Clendenning

Cut Mat Create 2A Die


Birds and Blooms Die


Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit


Decorative Oval Die


Wildwood Florals Die


Sweetheart Borders Die


Small Camelia Carnation Die