Celebrating Magnolia

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Celebrating Magnolia

Other Products: Foam pads, hot glue, Berry Burst and old olive inks – stampin up! 7” x 5” white card base.

Instructions: Lightly ink the top and right side of the tent fold card base using new sprout ink. Stamp the bud over this using desert sand ink.

Die cut the largest eyelet frame using dark pink paper from the collection. Die cut patterned paper from the collection using the largest plain edged die from the frames, edge with Berry Burst ink. Layer both papers to the card base so that they overhang the left and bottom borders. Cut away the excess.

Stamp the sentiment using Berry Burst ink and die cut using the 2nd smallest frame die. Die cut the next size eyelet frame using paper from the collection and adhere this to the card base as shown overlapping to the left side. Using foam pads, adhere the sentiment and snip off excess.

Stamp 2 of the buds onto flower shaping paper, using dessert sand ink, and colour using dessert sand and berry burst inks, die cut and colour the leaves using light green zig marker. Shape using the flower shaping tools and adhere across the card using dries clear glue.

Stamp the flowers onto flower shaping paper using the berry burst ink and die cut. Add berry burst colour from the inside centre fading out to the edge on all sides of the petals. Place face down in the shaping mold and spritz with water, run through the die cutting machine to shape. Create a hole in the centre and thread a stamen through 2 sets of petals, secure with hot glue and snip off the wire at the base of the flower.

Stamp the leaves using old olive ink, colour with new sprout and diecut, add shade using the old olive ink and place face down in the shaping mold. Spritz with water and run though the die cutting machine to shape.

Position the leaves and flowers along the branches and secure into place using hot glue. Add a little dries clear adhesive to the edges of the flowers and sprinkle lightly with baby’s breath glitter.

Created By Cheryl Morgan
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