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Watch this tutorial https://youtu.be/6B5t9exttw0 to see how to shape the plumerias.
Instructions: Cut cream cardstock at 12 x 4 1/2", score and fold at 6". Cut 6 x 6" Tropical Paradise panel to 4 1/4 x 5 3/4" size, and diecut eyelet oval from the center of panel. Use the border panel as a template to diecut oval from the front of card base. Sponge edges of border panel and card base with Cantaloupe ink. Attach border panel onto front of card base. Attach reverse side of center oval onto inside of card base. Stamp 'Together we have it all' sentiment in Rouge ink onto white cardstock. Cut to sentiment to 5 1/2' x 1" size and cut a V into the right side. Sponge edges with New Sprout and Cantaloupe ink. Attach arrow onto card, folding left edge around to backside.
Stamp flamingos and small leaf spray from HCPC-3783 Tropical Paradise stamp set in Tuxedo Black onto white cardstock and diecut with coordinating dies. Stamp mini plumerias from HCPC-3782 Tropical Plumeria stamp set in Rouge ink onto white cardstock and diecut with coordinating dies. Diecut leafy border from white cardstock using both dies from the HCD1-7118 Delicate Border Basics Die.
Use the Stack and Store daubers for precision coloring on the images. Use New Sprout and Bamboo Leaves to color the leafy border and small leaf spray. Use Rouge, Lady Bug, Expresso Truffle and Cantaloupe to color flamingos. Use Rouge and Cantaloupe to color plumerias. Dab a bit of Gold stamp paint onto non porous surface such as clear cardstock and spritz with water to dilute. Lightly add gold paint mixture onto leafy border, leaf spray and plumerias. Make a diluted stamp paint mixture of the Carmine Red and lightly apply onto flamingos. Shape the plumerias, flamingos and leafy spray. Attach everything onto card as pictured. Use Dries Clear glue to add Lion's Mane glitter over card as desired. Use same glue to add Heart of Gold prills into the plumeria centers.
Created By: Ellen Miller