Other products: White Cardstock, Stamping Up Mossy Meadow and Rose Red cardstock, Silver Mirri Reflective Cardstock, Ranger Crafters Aluminum, Ten Second Studio Basic Set tools, Gyro-Cut tool, StazOn Black Ink, Stamping up Mossy Meadow and Rose Red Ink, Spellbinders Fancy Tags Two, Want2Scrap silver half-back pearls, Hot Glue Gun
Watch this video https://youtu.be/wfE_p3jAxpU to see how to shape the Cascading Fuchsia.
Instructions: The final project size is 6" Square. Create a 6" square card base. Line the inside of the card base with a white and silver patterned paper piece from the Cascading Fuchsia Paper Collection. With a paper trimmer, cut away the front of the card base leaving a 1/2" border frame. Cut a 6" square of clear cardstock and line the inside of the front of the card base. Die cut the Decorative Oval die from Silver Mirri Reflective cardstock and adhere it to the front of the card base over the clear cardstock. Select the 6" square decorative panel piece from the paper collection that matches the sample. Using a craft knife, cut away the inside portion of the decorative piece. Adhere the remaining image over the top of the Decorative Oval Die cut.
Using Rose Red Ink, stamp the medium and small fuchsia flowers from Rose Red Cardstock using the Fuchsia Bouquet Cling Stamp Set. Die cut and shape the flowers using the coordinating dies and flower shaping tools. Position small squares of crafters aluminum over the stamen shapes on the dies and die cut three silver stamens to use inside the fuchsias. Next create the leaves by stamping two leafy branches in Mossy Meadow ink on Mossy Meadow cardstock with the Open Leaf Cling Stamp Set. Die cut and shape the two branches with the coordinating die and flower shaping tools. Using the oval tag shape from the Fancy Tags Two set, die cut one tag from crafters aluminum. Refer to the sample and assemble all the elements on the card front using hot glue.
Stamp three of the feather images from the Feathery Peacock Cling Stamp Set with black StazOn ink onto crafters aluminum. Die cut the feathers with the coordinating die. Using teflon stylus from the Ten Second Studio Basic tools, outline the centers and follow the length down the middle of the feathers from the front. Adhere the three feathers to the card front as shown in the sample. Embellish the finished card with silver half-back pearls.