Butterfly Poppies

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Butterfly Poppies


The ready top fold card from smooth white cardstock measures, 7" x 7". Choose a pattern paper from the designer paper and cut it measuring 6 1/2" x 6 1/2" and glue it on the card front. 

Choose the pattern paper from the paper collection and cut an eyelet base using Stairway Gardens Die. Mat the die-cut on the white cardstock making a delicate border of 1/8" on all sides. Cut two pieces each from white cardstock and Luxe gold cardstock using Eyelet Royale Die. Glue the gold one behind the white creating the shadow and layer them on the card front using glue dots. 

Stamp the images from Wild Poppy Accents Cling Stamp Set Wild Poppy Bouquet Cling Stamp Set with black archival ink and paint them bright using Zig Clean Clear Brush Markers. Next, cut the images using their coordinating dies. Choose the coordinating pattern paper and cut the circle using the Eyelet circle die and layer it on the card center.

Stamp the butterfly image from Floral Butterfly Accents Cling Stamp Set with Versafine on Rajni Chawla’s Vellum Flowerite and sprinkle gold heat embossing powder. Dust extras and heat set the image using a heat tool. Cut the butterfly using its coordinating die. Shape the butterfly with your hands.

Poppies are first stamped using Carnation red and then cut using their coordinating dies. Paint the flowers with the Geranium red and shape them using the Deluxe Flower shaping kit. Add seed beads to the centers using a glossy accent. Stamp and cut 3 pieces of foliage using Holly Berry Spray stamp and die and color it using leaf green archival ink. 

Once all the elements are ready, make a small bouquet of flowers with stamped images and the dimensional flowers, as shown, and finish the card by adding the sentiment strip and adding glitter to the flowers.     

Other Products: Smooth white cardstock, Die-cutting machine, Scoreboard, Scissors, Bone Folder, Glossy Accent

Created By Rajni Chawla
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