Other Products: White cardstock, white embossing powder, Sap Green Archival ink, Versa mark ink, glitter, micro beads, sunflower glass fragments, handmade flower making paper, vellum paper, Fossilized Amber Distress Oxide, Broken China Distress Oxide
Instructions: Ready top side fold card measures 6" x 8". To prepare the card mats first choose a pattern paper from the designer paper collection and cut a piece measuring 7 7/8" x 5 7/8". Distress the edges of the pattern paper using matching color ink and layer it on the ready card base. Further choose two pattern paper and cut a piece measuring 5.75" x 7.75". Distress the edges of both the paper using same color ink. Mat one piece on the ready card base.
Cut two borders from the white cardstock using Elegant Pocket Accents Die. Also cut the edges of the pattern paper using same die. Apply glitter on the borders and glue the borders on both edge of the pattern paper. Layer it on the card base using dimensional tape. Cut four rings from the white cardstock using eyelet circle & basic small die. Glue the rings on the center of the card.
Stamp sunflower using Sunkissed Fleur stamp on the handmade flower making paper, using Sunflower Yellow Archival ink and die cut with coordinating die. Color the flowers with the same color ink and shape using groove tool. To create flower center, I use sunflower glass fragments. Stamp the Leafy Accents leaf using Library Green Archival ink on white cardstock and cut with coordinating die. Color the leaves using Sap Green and Library Green Archival inks. Shape the leaves using shaping mold. Stamp butterfly on the vellum paper using Versa mark and heat embossed with white embossing powder. Cut with coordinating die. Color the butterfly with Distress Oxide inks.
Arrange the flowers and leaves in the center of the card as shown in the picture. Fill the ring with micro beads. Glue the butterfly as shown in the picture. Cut a sentiment from the same collection. Cut white cardstock using tickets and tags die. Glue the sentiment on it.
Created By: Uma Didwania