Floral oriental paper, die cutting machine, scoring board, mister bottle, Dusty Concord distress ink,
Antique linen distress ink. White card stock
For more tips on creating with the Burst of Spring collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/_8WJPTKIUlQ.
The finished card measures 7 inches by 5 inches. To make the card base, cut the white card stock to size 10 inches by 7 inches. Score at 5 inches on the longer side on the scoring board and fold to have a side opening card base.
Distress the edges of the card base with Dusty Concord Distress ink. Cut an intricate frame die cut in white card stock and distress it using Dusty Concord distress ink. Spray some water with a mister and let it dry. When dry, cut out the center part of the frame leaving about 1/2 inch margin all around and adhere to the card base with foam tape. Distress the insert die cut with Antique linen distress ink and adhere to the centre of the frame with clear glue. Distress the label that you get from the lacy insert with Dusty Concord distress ink and adhere with foam tape.
Cut an eyelet oval frame from the Eyelet oval die set. Distress the edges with Dusty Concord Distress ink and adhere on the card base.
Stamp the image of Burst of Spring Cup with Jet Black ink on card stock and colour with Zig Brush pens. Cut with coordinating die. Adhere the image on the eyelet oval. Stamp the pansy flowers with Archival ink and colour with same colours using sponge daubers. Cut with coordinating die and shape and mold the flowers in the Pansy flower shaping mold. Add a pollen in the centre. Arrange the pansy flowers on the vase. Stamp, color, diecut and shape some of the lush lilac flowers to use as fillers.
Cut a sentiment from the paper collection and add at the base of the card front to finish the card.