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Coffee Bean Blooms

Other products: White & smoky blue cardstock, 3/4" round punch, distressing tool of choice, Versa Mark ink, white embossing powder, pop-dots, glue, blue pleated trim, clear rock candy Distress dry glitter, Spellbinders Classic large and small ovals die sets

Watch this video to learn how to create flowers in a rose shape.

Instructions: Make a 6" X 6" card base from blue cardstock by cutting a 6" X 12" piece, score at 6" and fold. Cut a 5 7/8" square mat in navy paper from the paper collection. Distress all four edges and glue to card front. Using a piece of pale blue muted striped paper from the collection, cut a 5 1/4" square, distress edges, then sponge cocoa ink around the edges. Cut a 6 1/2" piece of trim and glue to light blue mat, 1/4" up from the bottom edge, folding ends to the back & gluing in place. Using the 3/4" punch cut out letters from a sheet of the Italiana Rivera paper collection to spell "coffee". Add a small stream of glue to edges and sprinkle with glitter. When dry, glue to trim as pictured. Using a coffee bean piece of the paper collection, cut a number strip about 3/4" wide by 4 1/2" long and glue to the left side of the light blue mat tucking the bottom edge under the trim. With the remainder of the paper cut four passes of the Botanical Rose petals. Following the video link above shape one large, one medium and one small rose. Drizzle glue on rose tips and sprinkle with glitter & set aside to dry. Using both of the leaf swirl dies from the Cut Mat Create die set, cut one each out of blue cardstock then sponge edges with cocoa ink. Using a navy colored sheet from paper collection, stamp the coffee types list with Versa Mark ink, sprinkle with white embossing powder and heat set. Use the largest die from the Spellbinders small ovals set to cut this piece out. Using the largest die of the ovals large set, cut a mat from white cardstock. Sponges edges with cocoa ink. Use pop-dots to secure small oval to larger white one and then glue to card front as pictured. Glue the finished roses to the card front, overlapping onto the ovals slightly. Snip the large leaf die cut into four pieces and then tuck & glue all five leaf pieces around the roses to complete your card.

Created By: Maureen Russell

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