Other Products: White card stock; Ranger Archival Ink Pad, Aquamarine, Pale Ochre; gold thread; ribbon, blue, white; gold wired ribbon; Stickles, Diamond; glossy accents; Diamond Dust Glitter
For more tips on creating with the Patchwork Daisy collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/v5BEpcSlmoI.
For more tips on creating with the tags & sentiments, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/eAfLuNkRda4.
For more tips on creating with the pocket dies, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/uDhKUj9AAMo.
Instructions: For card base, cut a piece of white card stock 6" x 12", fold in half with top fold. Cut design paper 5 3/4" square. Place the small straight die from the Decorative Pocket Accents Die 1 3/4" up from the bottom edge and cut. Die cut the larger piece and glue over the straight cut. Using both frame pieces from the Hand-Stitched Accents Die, cut from white card stock. Cut a piece of design paper to fit behind the frame and adhere. From white card stock, cut the Elegant Pocket Accents Die and adhere to the left side of the frame. Slip the frame into the straight cut and adhere. Add foam tape to the back of the 5 3/4" square piece and add to the card base.
Stamp the 2 floral images from the Patchwork Daisy Border set on white card stock with Bamboo Leaves. Stamp 2 more with Aquamarine. Die cut with coordinating dies. Cut the blue flowers off and add to the green sprays. Stamp the Buttons and Blooms flowers with Aquamarine and Magenta Hue, sponge edges with same inks. Die cut with coordinating dies. Create 2 small pink flowers and 1 large blue. Stamp buttons with Pale Ochre, die cut with coordinating die. Add glossy accents. Add to pink and blue flowers. Add Nuvo drops to smaller flowers and sprinkle glitter over drops. Add Diamond stickles to flowers. Stamp Leafy Accents with Bamboo Leaves and cut with coordinating die. Cut off a small portion to use under large blue flower.
Stamp sentiment and die cut with round tag from the Ornamental Tags Die set. Sponge edge with Magenta Hue. Add ribbon to tag. Add to card with foam tape.
Created By: Sarah Miller