Other Products: Distress Inks; Picked Raspberry; Peeled Paint; Vintage Photo; Foam Adhesive; Canson water paper; Papericious Cord; Rock Candy Crackle; Coffee Archival Ink; Pollens; white card stock; hole punch
Watch this tutorial to see how to shape the petunias https://youtu.be/KOy_qNB9OAk.
Instructions: Card base is 5.5 x 8.25". Cut paper from Classic Petunia collection to match and adhere down. Cut and stamp six sets of small classic petunia and 3 sets of the medium classic petunia on water color paper; also stamp and cut the hanging flower pot long with the large flower pot out twice so we can create a heavy chipboard like pot. All stamped on water color paper with coffee archival ink. Look for bench image on large paper and cut down to 5 x 5". From second sheet fussy cut the bench, water can hat and flower pot and pop on image.
Create a shadow box to pop on top of card base from a paper in collection measuring 7.5 x 7.5". Score at half inch and one inch on each end. Come in .5 inch on each end and cut a square using trimmer. Fold on all scores attach 5 x 5" card panel to inside and then attach to card base. Color and mold all flowers; attach pollens to flowers and apply Frosting Powder. Stamp and cut two corner leaf images and color with peeled paint. Cut out two tags from tag sheet and mat with white card; punch hole and attach pink cord. Adhere flowers and leaves as shown. Add flower topper to flower pot and set inside bottom left of bench. Add some small petunias to each flower pot to add dimension. Detail final project with crystal clear powder.
Created By: Karan Gerber