Scoring board, paper trimmer, die cutting machine, paper distressor, white cardstock
For tips on creating with the Mini Album and Pocket dies, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/72AzbXtt2jU.
For more tips on creating with the pocket accent dies, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/A8sxtkGXWLQ.
For tips on creating with the Tulip Time collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/rfYMxeNBmJk.
Instructions: The finished card measures 6 x 6". Cut white card stock to 12 x 6" and score at 6" on the longer side. Fold to make a horizontal top folding card. Cut a piece of light pink pattern paper from Lilac paper collection a little smaller than card base. Give it a rough edge with the paper distresser, sponge the edges with Magenta Hue ink and adhere to the card front. Cut another piece of lilac patterned paper from the same collection to a slightly smaller size. Repeat previous steps and and attach to card.
Cut a 6 x 6 card panel frame from the paper collection. Remove a square part from the center. Adhere to the card front using foam dots.
Diecut the pieces shown from Regal Pocket Accents and Regal Frame & Accents white card stock. Add the bigger corner die cut at the bottom right corner and smaller corner on the left top corner. Cut a label and decorative piece from Regal Frame & Accents. Stamp the sentiment in Black ink onto label, distress with Magenta Hue ink and add to the card.
Stamp the tulip flowers with plum ink on Deluxe flower shaping paper and diecut with coordinating die. Colour with same colours using a sponge dauber. Shape the flowers in the tulip mold. Stamp the lilac petals in Magenta Hue ink on the same paper, and diecut with coordinating die. Color lilacs with same ink. Shape the lilacs in the Lilac shaping mold. Layer the tulip in double layers and add stamens. Add stamens to the centers of lilac petals too. Stamp the leaves in Library green ink and colour with leaf green. Shape and mold leaves in the Leafy Accents mold and give further shape with groove golf tools. Finish the card by arranging the flowers and leaves as shown.
Created By: Anita Kejriwal