Other Products: Black cardstock, white cardstock, Copic Markers: RV00, RV10, RV02, RV04, C1, C3, C5, BG10,E50,E51
For more tips on creating with the Floral Fashionista collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/9V6JOqdQtC8.
For more tips on creating with the Young at Heart collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/kmqAVM6ibfM.
For more tips on creating with the flower shaping molds, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/FSdPL7nXvQE.
Instructions: Card size: 5 3/4 x 6". This card is actually a pocket card, the bottom is a pocket for a gift card. The top lifts to reveal the gift inside. The curved bottom of the top tucks under the Gift For You tag to keep it closed. Start with a 12 x 6" piece of cardstock and fold in half. Cut the top with the Fleur Border Basics plain edge. Cut a black panel with the Eyelet edge and the wide die together. Cut a piece of pink decorative paper 5 3/4 x 4" and cut the bottom to match white leaving a white border all the way around. Glue it to the card top. Glue the black eyelet edge so that the white shows through the eyelet. Cut a pocket for the card base inside 6 x 3" cut pink paper 5 3/4 x 2 3/4" and glue it to the pocket. Glue the pocket on the bottom and 2 sides to the bottom of card. Cut the A Gift For You tag out of black, white and pink decorative paper and piece together. Off set the words slightly. Pop the die cut sentiment onto bottom pocket at a point where the top can barely tuck under it. Add a black rhinestone to each corner of the card.
Stamp car and top sentiment using black on white cardstock. Die cut the sentiment with the Ornamental tags, "highway sign" tag, sponge edges with pink and mat on larger black "highway sign". Die cut the car and color with Copics.
Stamp the florals with Magenta Hue and Buttercup and the leaves with Fern Green. Die cut and form. Add Prills to the centers of flowers, then glue flowers and leaves to the back of car. Add glitter randomly to the card then pop car up on the decorative edge. Glue sign tag to the left top.
Created By: Robin Clendenning