Other products: Cardstock: Crafters Companion Pearl Centura-snow white hint of gold; Ranger products: Heat gun, Foam inking tool, Diamond stickles, Paper distressing tool, Water mister, Water coloring brush, Heat gun, Broken China distress ink, Derwent Ink-tense pencils 72: Chili Red-0500, Felt green-1530, Dusky Purple-0730, Saddle Brown-1740, Golden yellow 0230, Bark-2000, Dark Aquamarine-1210; Other: Versa-mark, Fussy cutting scissors, A glue dot, Blue organza ribbon, Orange colored crystal stones
Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdsIOVMXjIQ to learn how to create flowers with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.
Instructions: The finished measurements of this card are, 16.8 cm x 18.5 cm. Please note: All the stamping is done with Gold embossing powder. Taking the card stock cut the card base to 16.8 cm x 29.4 cm. Measure and mark with pencil, 10 cm up from each bottom corner. Do the same across the width at 6 cm and 9 cm on each side. Make the 6 cm and 9 cm into mountain and valley folds. Placing the cardstock at an angle in the paper trimmer cut from the 10 cm mark to the 9 cm fold. Taking the paper from the paper pad cut this to size to matt the card base.
Cut the eyelet ovals twice from the cardstock. Ink the edges with the broken china ink. Stamp the strawberry stand, color and fussy cut. Stamp and die cut the strawberries (3 x the longer image) and the smaller sized flowers. Use the Derwent pencils to color. Shape and ball the flowers and strawberries with the flower shaping kit. Apply clear drying glue and glitter to the flower edges and stand canvas roof. Using clear drying glue, adhere the orange colored crystals to the flower centers. Stamp the sentiment and cut to size, inking the edges. Make a bow from the organza ribbon. Adhere all the layers to the card front, first the two ovals with double dots, then the strawberry stand. Arrange the strawberries and flowers, trimming as needed. Adhere the bow with the glue dot and add a small swirl and flower to the center of the knot. Adhere a small cluster of strawberries and flowers to the sides.
Created By: Susan Smit