Other Products: White Cardstock, Versamark ink, Foam squares, Heat Gun, die cutting machine, Green thick bakers twine, Memento Grey Flannel ink
To see how to shape the roses watch the tutorial here.
Instructions: Diecut the lace border from the HCDI-7120 Fleur Border Basics Die set and adhere to the edges of the fold out card. Diecut the patterned paper to fit the fold out panels using the plain border edge die from the Fleur Border Basics dies. I have used two sheets of the coral roses and bells paper to cover the front and the back of the card.
Die cut the semi-circular medallion in white cardstock and adhere to the top of the card back.
Stamp the three different doves from the HCPC-3775 Flowering Dogwood & Doves stamp in Tuxedo Black and die cut with the coordinating dies. Sponge the edges with Summer Sky and shape using the Deluxe Flower Shaping kit. Adhere to the front of the card as shown with foam squares and Dries Clear Glue (leave the left bottom one until the leaves and flowers have been added to the card).
To make the leaves stamp with the images with Tuxedo Black. Sponge using the Precision Daubers with Bamboo Leaves before die cutting. Shape the leaves with the Deluxe Flower Shaping kit, trim and adhere to the left front panel, around the base of the dove, on the left side panel and the top right corner of the back panel of the card.
To make the roses stamp the images from HCPC-3752 Classic Rose Stamp with Rose Coral, sponge the petals with the ink before die cutting using the coordinating die. Shape with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit and assemble in different sizes. Apply Dries Clear adhesive to the petals with a paint brush or sponge and sprinkle Frosting Powder over the roses. Use a heat gun to bring out the glitter and frosting on the roses. Adhere the flowers as shown.
Stamp the rings image from HCPC-3788 Classic Wedding Roses Cling Stamp set with versamark and then emboss with gold embossing powder. Die cut and add dries clear glue and Crystal Clear glitter to the diamond of the rings for sparkle. Add to the flowers as shown on the bottom left.
Created By: Patricia Manhire