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Watch this video to learn how to create and shape the Botanic Orchid flowers.

Instructions: Randomly stamp the Large Elegant Word Background PreCut Set with brown ink on a pattern paper from the Botanical Orchid Collection. Add a 4" x 6" photo to the center of the page. Die cut a white window and tuck in under the photo on the left side. Stamp, color and die cut 3 large and 3 medium orchids. Shape the 3 small 3 pointed petals and 3 medium 3 pointed petals to form two flowers. Layer over each other and add a large and small die cut flower center from the Sunrise Lily Die respectively. For the large rose-like flower, shape all the two rounded petals and start layering to form a bud and work your way outwards until you end up with a full bloom. Stamp, color and die cut another large orchid and two smaller ones and shape them. Add loose glitter and put aside to dry. Stamp and ink using distress ink to give them color a bunch of leaves from the Open Leaf PreCut Set as well as the swirly vine from the Regal Hummingbird Cling Stamp Set and the leaves from the Botanic Orchid Wishes Stamp Set. Stamp, color and die cut the large hummingbird from the Regal Hummingbird Cling Stamp Set. Add glitter and set aside to dry. Once everything is dry, add the embellishments around the photo as shown. Die cut a border from the Border Essentials Die in white and add to the right corner of the page. Layer a pre-printed word border and two tags (cut using Luggage and Tags Die) as shown. Add your journaling in the larger tag.

Created By: Amarilys Doria

Open Leaf Cling Stamp Set


Classic Leaf Die


Luggage and Tags Die


Border Essentials Die


Botanic Window Die


Botanic Orchid Die


Regal Hummingbird Die