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Beautiful Pink Botanical Roses

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Other products: Black, white and cream cardstock, ek success paper punch Journal Plate, 6 glass beads, Martha Stewart glittered glue in Limeade and Cotton Candy, spellbinder S6-004 Detailed Scallops die, 1 golden butterfly button, Tim Holtz distressed inks in Spun Sugar, Forest Moss, Victorian Velvet, Scattered Straw

Watch this video to learn how to create flowers with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.

Instructions: Take a piece of 5.5" X 7" black cardstock. Fold it in half and this creates your base. Use the largest Detailed Scallops Die to create the face of the card.

Using the Raindrops on Roses Die, cut a pair of intricate hearts nestled amidst elegant swirls from the cream cardstock and 1 of the delicate lattice work doily from a piece of white card stock. Adhere the cream die cuts on either side of the black card face. Now, over this, layer the white lattice work doily in the center of the card.

Stamp, color and die cut the flowers, layer as many petals as you see fit, I used two petals per flower to give them some texture. Cut as many leaves as you think you will need. I like my project with lots of green so I used 5 sets of the leaf branches.

Stamp the sentiment on cream cardstock and punch it out using the ek Success paper punch. With the distressed inks in Spun Sugar, shade the edges.

Arrange the flowers on the card arranging them on bottom and top corners of the card and tuck the sentiment in the center of the card, among the flowers.

For the inside of the card with the cream cardstock cut a 3 1/4" X 5 1/4" piece and adhere to the inside of the card. Use the Arianna Lace die cut and a layer over it one of the flower petals. Keep it simple and flat and leave enough space to write a little something special later on.

Created By: Elsa Sapp

Open Leaf Cling Stamp Set


Classic Leaf Cling Stamp Set


Classic Leaf Die

Raindrops on Roses Die

Raindrops on Roses Die


Arianna Lace Die


Botanical Wings Die