Other products: Black card stock, Grand Calibur manual die cutting machine, Spellbinders Heirloom Legacy Die, VersaFine black ink, VersaColor Pine Cone ink, Spectrum Noir Blendable Pencils - 087, 104, 059, 104, 097, & 033, Spectrum Noir Gamsol Solution & Blending Stumps, gold edged pearls, 3D pop dots, paper trimmer, water, mist bottle
Watch this video https://youtu.be/quxqv6wJRic to see how to create Delightful Daisy flowers.
Instructions: Create a 5" x 7" card base using black card stock. Locate the background paper as shown in the paper collection and trim just slightly smaller than the card base. Ink all edges of the background mat and adhere to card base. Using black card stock, die cut the Spellbinders Heirloom Legacy Die using the frame and oval from the set. Adhere card panel shown to back of Heirloom die cut. Using pop dots, adhere to card base. Using black ink, stamp the gown and straight rose decorative stamp onto white card stock. Color using Spectrum Noir pencils and blending solution, and then die cut using coordinating dies. Using 3D pop dots, adhere gown to corner of card as shown, as well as the rose borders on the opposite side framing the corner. Stamp one inking of the Delightful Daisies Cling Stamp Set using a dark brown ink. Once again color using blendable pencils and blending solution. Die cut using coordinating die. Lightly ink petal edges with just a touch of Memento Peanut Brittle ink. Using just a spritz of water and your deluxe flower shaping tools, shape flowers. Create one large double blossom, and one mid size double blossom, leaving the rest of the flowers as single blooms. Arrange flower cluster as shown and adhere to card base. Adhere flower centers. Cut the sentiment strip from the paper collection, ink all edges using a brown colored ink and adhere to bottom of card. Using your fine metal glue tip and Art Institute - Dries Clear, apply glitter to flowers on gown, flowers on card panel, roses on border die cuts and centre of petals on each hand shaped flower. Allow to dry.
Created By: Tracey Fehr