Other Products: CTMH silver embossing powder, Prima chalk ink: Attic dust, Distress Ink: Forest moss, Aqua Spectrum: Midnight Blue, Dark Blue Bazzil card stock, CTMH daisy white card stock, heat gun, Versa Mark ink, light pink/purple card stock.
Instructions: Fold a sheet of white card stock in half. Line the cottage die a little past the edge of the folded card stock and cut out a cottage shaped card base. Using the decorative paper cut out a cottage die with the brick paper. Stamp the cottage accents (door, windows and roof) with versa mark ink and then cover with silver embossing powder then heat set. Also distress the edges of the roof with the versa mark and apply more embossing powder and heat set. Cut out the shapes with the coordinating dies. Glue down to the house as shown with Zip Dries Glue. Stamp two of the fences on white card stock with the Attic Dust and stamp the flower hedge with the Forest Moss ink and cut both of them out. Cut out the fairy from the paper with the darlings die. Stamp 4-5 clusters of wildwood flowers on the pink/purple cardstock using the Versa Mark ink and cover with the silver embossing, then heat set. Cut out the flowers with the coordinating die and then cup them gently with the flower shaping tool kit. Ink the edges with the Attic Dust ink. Now to assemble the front of your card. Glue the two sections of fence together and bow them out, then gluing them on the edges to the front of the card. Add the flowers hedge to the fence with foam dots for more dimension. Tuck in the fairy and glue her to the fence and then nestle the flowers as shown around the card. Finally cut out the little bird from the paper, mold it with the flower shaping tool kit and glue him down with a foam dot. Finish everything up with glitter and then prills in the center of the flowers and also on the flower hedge. Glue the front of the card down to the original base that was cut.
Created By: Lori Williams