Other Products: White Cardstock, Autumn Leaves Ultrafine Glitter, Dimensional Adhesive, Fingertip Sponges, Paper Trimmer, Scissors, Die Cutting Machine
Watch this video https://youtu.be/rdsIOVMXjIQ to learn how to create flowers with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.
Instructions: Cut white cardstock to 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" size, score at 4 1/4" and fold. Use cottage die from HCD1-7127 Wildwood Cottage Die, overlap the edge of die over the left edge of folded card base and die cut. This will create your cottage card base. Use the same die to cut cottage from 6" x 6" blue floral panel in the Wildwood Cottage paper collection. Attach blue floral cottage panel directly onto card base. Using from HCD1-7127 Wildwood Cottage Die, diecut roof from white cardstock. Use fingertip sponges along with Memento Sweet Plum and Rhubarb Stalk ink to color roof. Attach roof onto top of cottage using glue and dimensional adhesive.
Stamp 3 window shutters and 1 door from HCPC-3771 Wildwood Cottage Cling Stamp Set, stone pathway and fence from HCPC-3772 Wildwood Cottage Accents Stamp Set, florals from HCPC-3769 Wildwood Florals Cling Stamp Set in Memento Tuxedo Black onto white cardstock and diecut with coordinating dies. Stamp 'For My Friend' in Tuxedo Black onto white cardstock and use straight edge cutter to cut apart as shown. Use fingertip sponges and Fantastix along with the Sweet Plum and Rhubarb Stalk to color cottage door and edges of 'For My Friend' message. Use Teal Zeal on window shutters and Sweet Plum and Rhubarb Stalk on the curtains. Use Teal Zeal and Cantaloupe on florals and Olive Grove on the leaves. Use Teal Zeal on fence. Use Espresso Truffle on stone pathway and Olive Grove on the grass.
Cut fence into half and attach onto back side of card base as shown. Use Deluxe Flower Shaping kit to shape florals, stone pathway, and shutters. Use Dries Clear Glue along with dimensional adhesive to attach everything onto card as shown. Use Dries Clear glue along with Autumn Leaves glitter to add a touch of sparkle onto card.
Created By: Ellen Miller