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Wildwood Floral Layout

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Other Products: Cardstock (White, Olive Green), Stampin' Up Ink (Always Artichoke, Early Espresso), ColorBox Ink (Pink Pastel), Green Ribbon, Tombow Adhesives (3D Foam Tape, Xtreme Adhesive, Mono Permanent Runner), Hot Glue, Pearls, Water Mister

Watch this video for tips on using the border basics dies. Watch this video to learn how to create flowers with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.

Instructions: I used the flower and bird patterned paper as my background. Cut a strip of the striped patterned paper that is 1.75" wide. Cut a strip of the purple patterned paper that is 2.25" wide. Adhere the layers together and attach across the middle of the layout. Tie a piece of the green ribbon around the middle of the layout and tie in a bow on the left hand side of the layout. Cut a piece of the green chevron patterned paper that is 1.5" x 10", and flag both ends and adhere to the layout. Cut a piece of white cardstock that is 7" x 9" and use the Delicate Border Die to cut both ends. Cut a piece of the pink patterned paper that is 6.75" x 8.5" and use the plain Classic Border Die and cut both ends. Adhere these layers together and adhere to the middle of the layout using 3D foam tape.

Mat your photo in white and olive green cardstock, add white photo corners to the photo. Adhere the matted photo to the middle of the layout using 3D foam tape. Find and cut out the small green journal block, and the purple journal block. Trim and tuck at the top and bottom of the large die cut mat.

Stamp and die cut 3 sets of the large flowers, 2 sets of the small flowers, 5 sets of the large leaves, 3 sets of the small leaves. I added colour to the flowers and leaves using ink and daubers. With the flowers I added just a hint of the pastel pink in just the middles of each flower. Shape and assemble your flowers. I added my flowers and leaves to the layout using hot glue. I added a single pearl to the middle of each flower.

Created By: Tracy McLennon