Other Products: Archival Ink- Shadow Grey, Creative Embellishments Chipboard Title, Gems, Embossing Pad, Heat Gun, White Embossing Powder, Cardstock- White, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L (3D Foam Squares, Adhesive Dots Medium, E-Z Runner Ultra, Crafty Foam Tape, Adhesive Dots Micro)
Instructions: Find both sheets of patterned paper with the yellow patterned top. Cut that yellow top off of both pieces at the 6” mark. I scotch taped the 2 pieces back together on the back to create the full yellow background. Die cut the largest border of the Decorative Circles Frame Die from green patterned paper. Then the next decorative layer from white cardstock. Die cut the largest scalloped circle from yellow patterned paper. Adhere these layers together and then cut the piece in half creating the top and bottom piece around the matted photo, set aside for now. Die cut 2 of the Regal Lattice Gateway Die from white cardstock. Then 2 of the inside section from green patterned paper. Adhere these layers together.
Add the 2 Regal Lattice pieces across the middle of the layout to create a border using foam tape. Mat the 4 x 6” photo in white cardstock and adhere to the middle of the layout using 2 layers of foam tape. Add the half die cut pieces above and below the matted photo using 3 layers of foam tape. Add gems to the die cut pieces.
Cover the chipboard title in white embossing powder and heat. Adhere the title to the bottom right hand corner of the layout using Adhesive Dots Micro. Stamp and die cut 2 sets of the large Daffodil pieces using grey ink (Archival- Shadow Grey) onto white cardstock. Shape the pieces using the coordinating 3D Shaping Mold. I adhered the petals in layers to create a more flat, scrapbook friendly daffodil. I did the same for the middle section of the Daffodil. For the middle I cut a section of it off, and simply folded the side edges in to keep that Daffodil style shape. Adhere the bases to the middles and let dry. Add a Daffodil to the left- and right-hand side of the matted photo.