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Rose Hibiscus Best Wishes

Other products: Copper Pearl Pen; Tahiti Chalk Ink; Wild Honey Distress Ink; Peeled Paint Distress Ink; Vintage Photo Distress Ink; Diamond Stickles; Copper Brads; Foam Adhesive; Water brush; 3" circle punch, White card

Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84Re1-gaq1o for shaping tips and techniques on the hibiscus flowers and leaves. Watch this video for tips on using decorative border dies https://youtu.be/Ms-PmK7svGI.

Instructions: Card base is 6" x 12" folded in half. Cut a 6" x 6" card panel with regal border edge, then cut the regal border die, adhere with art institute and attach to card base. Search for A2 card panel I used, ink edges lightly and adhere with foam adhesive. Stamp and cut out porthole, color fish image with water brush and distress inks along with chalk inks listed. Cut out second fish and colour with water brush. Adhere small fish onto stamped image. As for port hole cover, ink edges with Tahiti and vintage photo and give it a patina look. Cut out a circle on clear cardstock and attach to back of top porthole, adhere with foam to fish image and adhere to card as shown. Using copper pearl pen, detail porthole with pen for added detail and dimension. Stamp and cut a set of hibiscus, leaves and jelly fish using dark brown chalk ink. Colour hibiscus with rose coral ink; colour stamens with wild honey distress ink front and back, mold flowers and attach prills to center. Colour leaves with peeled paint distress ink, mold with mat and stylus. Detail with stickles. Colour jellyfish with Tahiti chalk ink, and lightly mold tentacles, detail with stickles. Assemble card together as shown. Search for sentiment in paper collection and attach under jellyfish.



Created By: Karan Gerber