Other Products: White card stock
For more tips on creating with the flower shaping molds, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/FSdPL7nXvQE.
Instructions: Card size: 4 3/4 x 6". Start with white card stock 6 x 9 1/2" and score at 4 3/4" and 7 3/8", make 2 mountain folds and use a bone folder to get a good crease. Cut another piece of white card stock 4 3/4 x 6". On the bottom of card base (4 3/4 x 6" half) and the top of the extra piece, die cut with the plain edge of the Petite Pockets Die making sure the size is the same as the decorative Petite Pocket die you will use. Glue the bottom of the extra piece to the top 2 3/8" of the card base together (make sure you do not get glue on the other 1/2 of the card base top). Cut 4 Decorative Petite Pocket die, layer 2 together and the other 2 together separately making 1 pair of die cuts (you can do more layers if you want more of a 3D look). Cut 2 Eyelet Circles and 2 decorative paper large circles. Stamp one of the decorative paper circles with sentiment. Glue circles to Eyelet circles.
Stamp, die cut and sponge color on blossoms and leaves using Rose Madder and Deep Purple on blossom and Fern green on leaves. Stamp butterfly with Deep Purple and color with pencils. Sponge with Tea Rose and Deep Purple for Flowers and Leaf Green, Deep Purple and Rea Rose on the leaves. Form blossoms and leaves in the 3D shaping Molds, let dry (leaves and flowers are misted with water before running through die cutting machine). Cut stamen from Vellum and add yellow Nuvo to the ends. Layer blossoms together and glue. Glue stamen in the center and add Prills. Glue decorative paper to outside top (also having been cut with plain edge Petite Pocket to match card stock). And inside card. Glue circles to outside and inside then Petite Pocket die cuts. Add flowers around top (outside card) left side of circle and flowers to the circle at the bottom of inside. This will also serve as the stop for your easel so make sure 2 sides are even. Set bottom of Outside/front of card in front of the flower "stop". Card is finished. It will be a bit bulky for mailing but will fold fairly flat for an envelope.
Created By: Robin Clendenning