Best Wishes Floral

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Best Wishes Floral

Other Products: 8” white card base, foam pads, organza ribbon, white cardstock

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Instructions: Cut a paper from the collection slightly smaller 8” square, edge with gray ink and adhere to the card base

Adhere a white die cut of the royal elegance frame to the right side of the card. Select and cut the panel from the paper collection, adhere to a slightly larger coordinating paper and adhere slightly offset onto the royal elegance frame using foam pads.

Make the zinnia: Stamp the petals using morocco ink and die cut. Colour the reverse and the front from the edge, fading the ink into the centre, using the morocco ink. Place face down into the mold and spritz with water, run through the diecutting machine to shape. Layer the petals together using hot glue threading a single stamen in the smaller flowers and 3 in the centre of the large flower.

Make the leaves: Stamp the large and small leaves onto green paper from the collection using bamboo leaves ink. Diecut and add shading to the edges of the leaves with the bamboo leaves ink. Run through the die cutting machine to shape.

Make the wild roses: Stamp onto the flower shaping paper using Sweet plum ink. Add cantaloupe ink to the centre of the flowers and colour the petals using lulu lavender. Die cut and add sweet plum to the outer edges of the petals. Place the flowers face down into the mold and spritz with water. Place the top of the mold onto the flowers and run through the diecutting machine to shape. Add additional dimension to the edge of the leaves using the golf tools. Allow to dry.

Die cut the best wishes using white card, cut a solid circle tag and adhere the 2 together. Tie organza ribbon through the tag and secure at the top. Die cut 2 Swirly border accents using coordinating paper.

Arrange and adhere the leaves, flowers and swirly borders onto the card base using hot glue. Drop hot glue into the centre of the wild roses, cover with prills and remove excess. Sponge dries clear glue over the flowers and sprinkle with glitter.


Created By Cheryl Morgan
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