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White Dogwood Window

Other Products: White Cardstock, Canson Watercolor Paper, VersaMark Ink, half pearls, London Fog Memento Ink

Watch this video to learn different shaping techniques using the dogwood flowers.

Instructions: My card size is 6" X 6". Make card base and cover with one of the 6" X 6" card fronts from the paper collection. Stamp and cut out the dove and add glue and glitter then set it aside to dry. I chose one of the papers and stamped and then cut out the leaves. Stamp, emboss, cut out and color the Dogwood flowers from watercolor paper. I used the Dove Blender pen and memento ink to add color to the petals. I spritzed the back of the flowers with water and shaped with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit. Shape the centers and glue onto the flowers and then add prills to the center. I wanted the prills a shade deeper so I poured some out onto my Guacamole ink pad and rolled them around with my finger. They take color well. Next I cut out the window die and glued it down onto my card front. I decided where I wanted the flowers and leaves and then glued them down. Next I added some color to the little dove using the Dove blender pen and the London Fog ink. Now shape the little dove with a stylus from the flower shaping kit and added a double dot to the back of him to pop it up from the rest of the card. I added the half pearls to the window die and then added some glitter to the crosses and the dove in the upper right hand corner of my card.

Created By: Glenda Brooks

Dove Blender Kit


Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit


Botanic Window Die


Flowering Dogwood Die