Other Products: Inks: Zig Clean Color Real Brush Marker Pens: 046 Mid Green, 075 Brick Beige, 098 Pale Dawn Gray, 027 Dark Pink, 036 Light Blue, 051 Lemon Yellow, 043 Olive Green, 024 Wine Red, 083 Lilac, 082 Purple, 097 Pale Gray, 037 Cornflower Blue, 097 Pale Gray. Spectrum Noir Harmony Inks: Seal Brown, Baby Blue, Plum jam, Pale Fig, Pine Tree, Grasshopper. Other: Double sided tape, Hot glue gun, Diamond stickles, Foam inking tool, Fussy cutting scissors, Glossy accents (eyes), Ruby Slippers and Chocolate fondue Nuvo Glitter drops, Water spritzer, Water brush pen, Foam inking tool, Tweezers, Matching Green cardstock, White cardstock
For more tips on creating with the Purr-fect Posies collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/88KR6a5RRmg.
For more tips on creating with the flower shaping molds, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/FSdPL7nXvQE.
Instructions: Measurements of this finished card are 8 1/4" x 11". Taking the white cardstock cut two pieces of card to the above measurements. To one of the cardstock pieces, make a 1/2" fold up the length of the card side. Adhere both cards together by applying double-sided tape in the fold. This will make a side hinge card. Taking a sheet of green cardstock cut this a little smaller than the card front base. Taking the green polka dot printed paper from the paper collection and cut this also a little smaller than the green cardstock. Adhere both these papers to the card front. Taking a sheet of green cardstock cut this to 7" x 9 1/4 ". Taking from the paper collection, the paper with the flower and cat boarders printed on it, cut this a little smaller than the green card stock. Adhere both the green cardstock and the printed-paper together then adhere to the card front using 3D glue dots or 3D foam tape.
Using the white cardstock, cut the following: 6" x 8 1/4" (ink the edges of this card stock with the Pine Tree green ink), from the Regal Frame and Accents die set cut x 2 lacy frames ( these are to inked with the Pine Tree and the baby Blue inks and glitter on the lacy frame edges). The two frames are trimmed to make a square then used as a larger frame. From the same die set cut also an oval frame. (This is inked with the baby blue and the pine Tree inks.) Taking the Adorn It Pocket Accents set, cut x 2 lace edges. Using the Pale fig and Plum Jam inks to bring color to these. Also ink the remaining lace edges from the lacy frame in the same colors.
To make the rest of the elements used: die cut and stamp and color the cat sitting in the flowers x 2, the cat with the balloons x 4, leaves x 23, small flowers x 24 ( Lilac x 2 stamens folded in half for each for flower centers), Small flowers x 12 Teal, x 2 stamens folded in half for each as flower centers, Medium flowers x 15 (Lilac x 3 stamens folded in half for the flower centers, fussy cut x 3 birds from the balloons.
Make all the flowers and elements ready to adhere to the card front. Taking the 6" x 8 1/4" card and the two pocket lace edges, slip the card into the pocket slots then secure with glue. Adhere to the card front. Adhere the lacy frame edges under the card as shown in the photo. Taking the prepared lacy frame and adhere this to the center of the card front. Adhere the oval frame to the top part of the lacy frame. Arrange the cats, balloons, leaves and flowers then adhere with the hot glue gun or clear drying glue.
Top Tip: Apply the glitter before the elements are adhered to the card front so the glitter will not get all over the card.
Taking the paper from the collection with the sentiment, "Hope Your Day Is Purr-fect". Trim this, then adhere to the right lower front of the card. Apply the glossy accents to the sentiment, the cat's eyes and the birds. Take the rock candy stamens and the hot glue gun to make the flower sprigs. To make the sprigs, cut the stamens to length, apply a dot of hot glue to a silicone matt then put the stamen ends into the hot glue dot. When this hot glue dot is dry, it will hold the stamens in place. Adhere in place with the hot glue gun, then you can apply the Nuvo glitter to the rock candy sprigs.
Created By: Susan Smit