Other products: White, pink, & light green cardstock, Worn Lipstick Distress ink, Pink Stickles, various pink rhinestones, pink satin & organza striped ribbon, Copic markers R85, 81, C3, C1, G21, & W1, Mod-Podge, glue, & pop-dots
Watch this video https://youtu.be/wF0ka1vdK7Q to learn how to create flowers in a rose shape.
Instructions: Create a 5" X 7" card base, cut 10" X 5" white cardstock, score at 5" and fold. Cut a mat from pink cardstock 4 7/8" X 6 7/8". Cut a 7" length of ribbon, add to mat by folding ends to the back and gluing in place. Glue this piece to the white card front. Cut a chalkboard piece from the paper pad, 4 3/4" X 6 3/4". Using one of the Regal Borders dies, make an embellished edge on the left side by using the center and top piece of the die only. Glue this piece to the pink mat. Make a small bow and attach to the card as pictured.
Stamp the dress and four sets of petals onto white cardstock with black ink and cut them out with matching dies. Cut one set of the trio of grape leaves and one leaf only vine from light green cardstock. I chose to use these leaves because I liked the tendrils that matched the ones on the dress. Color these with the stamp paint. Color the dress folds and shadows with C3 & C1. Color the hanger using W1, R83, & 81. Color the roses on the dress with R83 & 81 and the green leaves with G21. Add pink Stickles to the roses and set aside to dry. Color the rose petals with Distress ink and shape them as per the video listed above. Use enough petals to create three roses of various sizes. Coat these with Mod-Podge to make them sparkle & set aside to dry. The dress has layers cut into it with the die which I added pop-dots to the lower edges on the dress back to add dimension. I added some glue to the hanger roses and to the bottom ruffle and then attached the dress to the left side of the card front. Arrange and glue roses and leaves in the upper right corner of card front and then add stickles and rhinestones to shoe and left ribbon side to complete your card.
Created By: Maureen Russell