Blue Scallops

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Blue Scallops

Other Products: White card, night of navy ink – stampin up! versafine clair black ink, versa mark, silver embossing powder, foam pads, clear embossing powder

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Instructions: Cut a 9” x 7” piece of white card. Score and fold at 4.5”. Line the scallop die with the fold so that it overlaps and die cut to create a shaped card.

Die cut a complete scallop gateway from white card and the smaller gateway shape from festive winterscapes paper collection, edge the paper with night of navy ink and layer these 2 pieces onto the base card.

Using paper from the collection, die cut the 2 eyelet rectangles and one of the plain rectangles, edge the lighter shapes in night of navy ink. Layer these 3 layers together using dries clear adhesive and position onto the card base using foam pads.

Stamp the sentiment in black versafine onto pale blue paper from the collection, cover with clear embossing powder, remove excess and heat to set. Die cut using a rectangle, edge with night of navy ink and mount onto a white piece of card the same size. Add to the card base using foam pads.

Stamp 3 of the filler flowers in versamark onto white card, cover with silver embossing powder and heat to set. Diecut and shape using the flower shaping tools.

Stamp 3 of the smaller wild roses onto paper from the collection using black memento ink. Die cut and shape. Layer the 3 sets of petals together and thread 15 small stamens and one large stamen through the centre. Secure using hot glue. Cover the flower and stamen with dries clear adhesive using a hydra sponge and sprinkle with glitter. Allow to dry.

Position the fillers and flower at the top of the card using hot glue.


Created By Cheryl Morgan
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