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The Joy of the Lord

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Other Products: White card stock; Ranger Archival Ink Pad-Aquamarine; Prismacolor pencils; pop dots; Stickles, Star Dust

For more tips on creating with the Cherry Blossom Retreat collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/OaA2da5H-E0.

For more tips on creating with the flower shaping molds, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/FSdPL7nXvQE.

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: Card base: cut a piece of white card stock 6" x 12". Fold in half to create a 6 x 6" top fold. Cut a piece of design paper 5 7/8" square. Use the 5.25' x .12" Ornate Pocket Opening Die to cut the opening in the design paper for the pocket. Now add this piece to the front of the card, gluing only around the edge. Color a piece of white card stock with Magenta Hue and die cut the 5.0" x .25" Ornate Pocket Accent Die. Die cut the 6" x 3.5" Ornate Pocket Accent Die from white card stock. Adhere the pink accent piece and then add this piece to the card, over the die cut opening.

Stamp the 'Joy of the Lord' sentiment on white card stock with Jet Black. Color with Prismacolor pencils. Using both of the Hand-Stitched Accents frame die, die cut the sentiment. Die cut another piece from white card stock using only the largest die. Adhere the frame and center panel to this piece.

Stamp the branches, bird house, and birds on Deluxe Flower Shaping Paper with Jet Black. Color with pencils. Cut with coordinating dies. Add to top of sentiment panel. Slip into pocket. Stamp flowers and leaves on Deluxe Flower Shaping Paper with Aquamarine, Magenta Hue and Bamboo Leaves. Use sponge daubers to color edges of flowers and leaves with same inks. Die cut with coordinating dies. Use 3D Shaping Mold to shape flowers.

Add flowers, leaves and birds to card as shown. Add Stickles to flowers.



Created By: Sarah Miller