Celebrate Spring

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Celebrate Spring

Other Products: White cardstock, hot glue, hot glue gun, funnel tray, scissors, paper trimmer, die cutting machine

Instructions: Cut a piece of white cardstock to 10 x 7", score and fold at 5". Lay the Scalloped Flourish Gateway die onto the folded cardstock, extending the left edge over the folded side and diecut to create a shaped card base. Diecut a coordinating light green panel from the Spring Garden Paper Collection. Attach this piece on top of card base. Sponge Vivid Chartreuse and Sunflower ink onto green panel of card base as shown. Diecut largest eyelet frame from Eyelet Frame Gateway Die in white cardstock. Diecut the lattice fence from Lattice Flourish Gateway die from white cardstock. Apply Dries Clear glue onto sponge and dab over diecut pieces and card base, then sprinkle with Crystal Clear and tap off.

Stamp the following images onto Deluxe Flower Shaping paper and diecut with coordinating dies. Stamp the large and small hyacinth from HCPC-3947 Fragrant Hyacinth Cling Stamp Set in a two tone of Olive and Leaf Green ink. Stamp them again, this time stamp the large hyacinth in a two tone of Cactus Flower and Forget-Me-Not ink. Stamp the small hyacinth in Cactus Flower ink. Stamp 5 sets of the petals from the same set in two tone of Cactus Flower and Forget-Me-Not. Stamp 3 sets of the petals in Cactus Flower ink. Stamp the small daffodil center from HCPC-3946 Spring Daffodil Cling Stamp Set in Coastal Coral ink. Stamp 2 of the small tri-petal of daffodil in Sunflower ink. Stamp the ‘Let’s Celebrate’ in Cactus Flower ink on white cardstock and cut with a paper trimmer. Cut 1 1/2 x 5/8" piece of paper to be used for daffodil stem.

Use the Stack and Store daubers along with the following inks to color the images. For the purple toned hyacinth petals, use Cactus Flower and Forget-Me-Not ink. For the pink petals, use Pink Peony and Cactus Flower in the centers. Use the same colors for the matching hyacinth images. Remove the pink and purple stem & leaves. For the other green leaves, use Vivid Chartreuse and Leaf Green. For the daffodil center, use Sunflower, Pink Peony and Coastal Coral ink. Use Sunflower and Pink Peony on the rest of the petals. Sponge the 1 1/2 x 5/8" piece of paper with Leaf Green ink. Roll up into a stem for daffodil. Sponge the edges of sentiment lightly with Vivid Chartreuse ink. Apply a light touch of Crystal Lacquer over the flowers and leaves.

Shape the hyacinth petals and daffodil petals in the coordinating shaping molds. Use the stylus from Deluxe Flower Shaping kit to finish giving shape to flowers and leaves. Use Double Dots to layer the hyacinth flower image onto the stems. Use hot glue to attach the shaped hyacinth petals. Assemble the daffodil. Color the stamens with Sunflower ink and thread through center of daffodil, attaching with hot glue on the backside. Arrange and attach the hyacinth onto card as shown. Attach the stem and daffodil. Attach sentiment. Use the Dries Clear to add prills in the centers of hyacinth.

Created By Ellen Miller
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