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For more tips on creating with the flower shaping molds, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/FSdPL7nXvQE.
Instructions: Card size: 5 x 7" from yellow Cardstock. Cut from white card stock: Eyelet Heart and plain edge heart for a frame, Decorative Oval, Intricate Swirl Frame Die and Ornamental Tag for sentiment. Glue frame to yellow folded card. Glue Decorative Oval to back of Heart frame and trim off excess. Pop heart up and place toward top of the frame. Set card base aside while you work on the flowers and leaves.
Stamp flower blossoms from the Arianna Collection using Vibrant Fuchsia then sponge with Buttercup in the centers and Vibrant Fuchsia on the tips, die cut and run through the Die cut machine using the 3D Basic Florals mold after misting with water. Take them out of the mold and continue pleating the tips with your fingers while still moist. Punch them down in the center with stylist tool (Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit) and let dry completely before the next step.
While drying, stamp Leafy Accent leaves with Fern Green and sponge with Vibrant Fuchsia and Leaf Green then die cut and run through machine with 3D Leafy Accents Shaping Mold. Now put flowers together by gluing 2 the same size as the base and then one smaller. Die cut stamen (Arianna die set) from Vellum and use your stylist in the centers to make the stamen stand up then add yellow Nuvo to each end. Let dry and glue to the center of flowers. Pierce center of flower with piercing tool and add a yellow beaded stamen. Glue the stamen to secure and when dry, cut off the extra wire on the back of flower. (Small flowers only have 2 layers, both small.
Glue leaves and flowers to the left side and bottom of the heart. Stamp the sentiment to the white label that was die cut using Vibrant Fuchsia ink and then glue each end to the heart frame. To finish, add a small fuchsia ribbon bow to the left bottom corner and pearls to each corner of the white frame. Add smaller pearls to the cross sections of the Decorative Oval inside heart.
Created By: Robin Clendenning