Other products: Tim Holtz distressed inks colors: Peeled Paint, Rusty Hinge, Scattered Straw, Forest Green (leaves) and Spun Sugar and Victorian Velvet (flowers), Stickles Diamond, Kraft paper and Black Cardstock, paper crimping tool
Watch this video https://youtu.be/SRyuiBrFluo to learn how to create and shape the Botanic Orchid flowers.
Instructions: Cut a 6" x 3.5" tag out of Kraft paper and cover it with a piece of Botanical Orchid designer paper. Cut a second tag out of Kraft paper and run it through a paper crimper. Die cut the inside part of the church window, just the decorative section. Cut a small tag 1.5" x 3" from the designer paper. On the 6" x 3.5" tag layer the smaller crimped tag, on the left hand side tuck the small 1.5" x 3" tag just so you can see the decorative top part. Over all this layer the decorative window section.
Cut 2 pieces of black cardstock 4" x 4.75" and 2 pieces of designer paper 4" x 1". Layer the designer over the black cardstock. Now you have 2 strips, on one of these strips cut one as a flag banner. Adhere one strips long ways over the tag and tuck the banner strip underneath.
Stamp, die cut and color, (using the distressed inks) the leafs and orchids and 2 hummingbirds. To make these flowers add additional 2 petals to each flower, this makes them a lot bigger and a different type of looking orchid. I also added some stamens to the centers and adhered the flowers over a bed of leafs. Adhere these flowers on the left hand side of the tag and among the flowers tuck 2 of the little hummingbirds.
Die cut a ticket from the designer paper using the Luggage and Tags Die. I chose one that read A Gift of Love and I nestled it between the flowers and the banner. Add Stickles to everything.