Other Products: White Card Stock, Pink Card Stock, Spellbinders Triple Tear, Brilliance Inks Moonlight White and Pearlescent Ivy, White Detail Embossing Powder, ColorBox Fluid Chalk Ink Pad - Sky Blue, Dove Blending Pen, Ribbon from my stash and die cutting machine
Watch this tutorial https://youtu.be/KOy_qNB9OAk to learn how to shape the Classic Petunia.
Instructions: Start by taking a piece of card stock 5 1/2" x 12" and score on the long edge at the 3" and 6" marks. Flip the card stock on the long edge and make a small mark at the 9" mark on both of the long edges. Score between the 9" mark and the 3" score line on the opposite edge of the card and repeat for the other 9" mare so you score an "X". You can find a template (here) to demonstrate the shape of the card. Using the Regal Borders and Pockets Die, die cut a decorative edge along the top of the card as shown and then proceed to cover the card with paper from the Classic Petunia Paper Collection finishing with another die cut from the Regal Borders and Pockets Die to dress up the top. The image in the center of the card taken from one of the pre-done images from the Classic Petunia Paper Collection finished with the basket that was stamped on White Card Stock and die cut with the matching die before lightly distressing with Tuxedo Black and attaching as shown slightly bowed out for dimension. The flower garland and flowers were stamped on white card stock with Moonlight White and heat embossed with white detail embossing powder and die cut with the matching dies. They were colored using the Stack and Store Daubers and a combination of Pearlescent Ivy and Lilac Posies inks. Before attaching the flowers they were shaped with the Flower Shaping tool and accented with Prills. The Hummingbird was stamped on White Card Stock with Tuxedo Black and die cut with the matching die before being colored with a Dove Blending Pen and a combination of Pearlescent Thyme, Sky Blue and Lilac Posies inks.
Created By: Joann Jamieson-Larkin