Other Products: White cardstock, micro pearls, satin white cord, half cut pearls, vellum paper, VersaMark
For more tips on creating with the flower shaping molds, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/FSdPL7nXvQE.
Instructions: Ready top fold card measures 6" x 8.5" To prepare mats choose a pattern paper from the designer paper collection and cut a piece measures 5.75" x 7.75". Cut another piece of designer paper which is 1/16" inch smaller than the first one. Mat the paper on the ready card base. Die cut border from white cardstock using the Classic Border Basics die and adhere as shown.
Stamp hand stitched background on vellum paper using VersaMark and heat emboss it with white embossing powder. Cut a frame from the white cardstock using hand stitched accents die. Glue the frame on the vellum paper. Also glue a piece of pattern paper on the backside of the vellum paper. Glue this frame on the ready card base as shown. Die cut the fan from white cardstock using the Frame a Card Leafy Borders die and adhere to the bottom right of the frame. Stamp a butterfly on vellum paper using VersaMark and heat embossit with white embossing powder and cut with coordinating die. Color the butterfly using cactus flower ink and glue it as shown.
Stamp blazing poppy flower on handmade paper using Red geranium ink and cut with coordinating die. Color the flowers using acrylic paints. Stamp leafy accents leaves and Rain Boots and Blossoms leaves on the flower making paper using olive green archival. Paint the leaves with leaf green archival. Shape leafy accents leaves using mold and rain boots and blossoms leaves using ball tool.
Arrange the flowers and leaves on one side of the frame and glue it using hot melted glue. Tie some bows using white satin cord and glue it. Stamp a sentiment using red geranium ink on white cardstock layer it on the pattern paper and glue it on the card. For the finished looked apply soft matte gel on the flowers and dust with glitter, also apply glue near the frame and flowers and add micro pearls.
Created By: Uma Didwania