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Array Of Pink Lilies

Array Of Pink LiliesOther products: Cardstock: Black, Crafters Companion Pearl Centura snow white hint of gold, E-boss embossing folder Perseverance EF-PER-LTR, Ranger: Archival-jet black ink, Forest moss, Tea rose, Mustard seed distress inks, Diamond and Golden rod stickles, Water mister, Water color brush, Glue gun

Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pnu_xqlx060 for shaping tips and techniques with the Sunrise Lily flower. Watch this video for tips on using decorative border dies https://youtu.be/Ms-PmK7svGI.

Instructions: This tent fold card finished size is 14 cm x 21 cm. To make the card base, cut 27.9 cm x 20. cm. Fold to make the card the above size. Cut for the card front base, 20 cm x 13.9 cm. Emboss this. Bring the ink on with the foam inking tool using the Walnut stain and Forest moss inks. Adhere to the card base.

Make the sentiments for the tag and card front. Ink the edges as was done with the card base. Make the tag, using the card stock, paper from the paper pad and dies. When finished the tag measures 16 cm x 10.2 cm. Adhere the sentiment to the tag. To make the front pocket, use the Fleur Borders and Pocket die set cut in the paper and card stock. Leave an extra 1.5 cm on the straight sides to form the pocket flaps. Once the flaps are folded under they will make the pocket. Ink the edges. Adhere the pocket to the card front. Make the Lily swirls, by stamping and die cutting. Color the swirls then ball with the deluxe flower shaping kit, adhere in place as seen in the photo. Make the Lilies and leaves. Adhere in a cluster on the card with the hot glue gun. You can do this with glue but you have to hold them in place till they dry. Slip the tag in position. Then you can see where to add the small Lily on the tag. Adhere the banner sentiment with the foam dots. Die cut the numbers 2016 from the Borders Essentials die set. Cut x 4 each number. Adhere together then adhere to the card. To finish, add stickles to the Lilies and numbers.



Created By: Susan Smit