Camilia in the Backyard

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Camilia in the Backyard

Other Products: Pearl White Metallic Card Stock, Ranger Archival Ink Watering Can, Ranger Distress Oxide Ink Vintage Photo, dimensional tape, Small dimensional dots, Water spritzer, Hot Gue Gun

For more tips on creating with the Backyard Blossoms collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/swO34-n1HNc.

For more tips on creating with the Camelia Carnation collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/rhk76SAIgWQ.

Instructions: Cut cardstock to 10" x 7", score on the long side at 5" and fold to create a 5" x 7" side fold card base. Cut two pieces of the darker green paper from the Backyard Blossoms collection 4 7/8" x 6 7/8" and ink the edges with Vintage Photo Ink. Cut a piece of the yellow paper from the collection 4 3/4" x 6 3/4" and ink the edges with Vintage Photo Ink. Adhere one piece of green and the yellow designer paper together using dries clear adhesive and then adhere to the card base using dimensional tape. Adhere the second piece of green paper to the inside of the card.

Diecut the Decorative Oval Die from Pearl White Metallic cardstock, sponge with dries clear adhesive and adhere to the card base using small dimension dots as shown. Cut the sentiment from the paper collection, ink the edges with Vintage Photo and back with an inked piece of the dark green paper from the collection. Lightly shape the sentiment and adhere to the card base using dries clear adhesive.

Stamp the large and small Camelia Carnations on white cardstock several times using Lipstick Red ink, diecut using the coordinating dies and color using Lipstick Red and Tangelo inks. Color the backs of each petal using Lipstick Red Ink. Place the petals in the Floral Shaping Mold, spritz with water and run through the die cutting machine. While still wet, continue shaping the petals with your fingers and the deluxe flower shaping kit. When dry, adhere the petals together using dries clear adhesive. Create one large carnation, one medium carnation and one small carnation. Also pierce holes in four of the smallest petals, stack and offset two petals to create two small flowers and add stamens to the centers.

Stamp the Delightful Daisy leaves on white cardstock using Watering Can Ink, color using Archival Fern Green ink, diecut using the coordinating die and shape using the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.

Sponge the flowers and leaves with dries clear adhesive and sprinkle with Rajni Chawla's Crystal Clear. Adhere to the card as shown using a hot glue gun.

Created By Janet Saieva
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