Other Products: White cardstock, Picked Raspberry ink, Squeezed Lemonade ink, Pink Stickles, Foam double sided tape, Piece of plastic bag, chipboard, glue, sponge dauber for coloring, Glossy Accents
For more tips on creating with the Purr-fect Posies collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/88KR6a5RRmg.
Instructions: Card base is 5 1/2 x 5 1/2". Full video tutorial here https://youtu.be/EFQFzlbJ3Gw. Cut a piece of cardstock at 5.5 x 11 for the card base. Fold in half. Use the large tag die from the HCD1-7202 Album Tags and Accents to create the slider feature. Die cut two tags from white cardstock and two slightly smaller tags from decorative paper from paper collection. Use the Cut Mat Create 2A die and Eyelet Circle & Basic Die to die cut image shapes from paper collection and adhere one on each tag.
Use a piece of 5"x 5" cardstock and wrap a piece of plastic from a plastic bag around it. The plastic bag strip is about 3.5" wide and needs to wrap around the 5" x 5" cardstock. Add the tags to the plastic bag using double side tape. One on the front bottom facing up and one on the back top facing down. Then add chipboard or foam tape on each of the sides of the 5 x 5" cardstock on the back and the front. Add the slider card mechanism on top of the card base.
Cut a piece of 5.5"x 5.5" white cardstock and add on top of the chipboard or foam tape. This will be the front of the card. Cut smaller pink and decorative scene panel from paper collection and adhere to front of card.
Die cut Regal Pockets and Accents and two small corners from Albums and Tags dies from white cardstock and decorate card as shown. Cut sentiment from paper pad, mat in white cardstock and adhere onto card.
Use the Purr-fect Posies stamp to stamp the flowers in Picked Raspberry ink, color with yellow and pink ink, then die cut. Shape using Basics Mold, pierce the center and insert stamen. Secure stamens with glue, cut off remaining wire and adhere flowers onto front of card as shown. Add Stickles glitter glue onto flowers, and Crystal Lacquer to the kitties on the front. Allow to dry.
Created By: Rosa Kelly