Eyelet Clematis

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Eyelet Clematis

Other Products: Hot glue gun; Black Color Box ink; Black embossing powder; Die cut machine; Paper Trimmer;

Instructions: Prepare a white card base, 8 3/4” by 7 1/2”, score at 3 3/4” making the card measure 8 3/4 x 3 3/4”. Top with a piece of the Climbing Clematis paper (10B) 1/8” smaller all the way around. Die cut 2 of the Eyelet rectangles out of white card stock, trim so the 2 will line up on the card.

Stamp the Clematis Birdhouse and Trellis’ 2x on white with the Black Color Box ink, heat emboss with Black powder. Color with the Zig Markers, cut out with the coordinating die, adhere one at the top and one at the bottom of the card.

Stamp the Clematis on white with the Vibrant Fuchsia ink, color in with the Pink Peony, cut out with the coordinating die, ink the edges with more of the fuchsia ink, and place in the coordinating mold to shape. Use the golf tool and put a small hole in the center of the flower and add the stamens. Secure with the hot glue.

Stamp the Clematis leaves and Cottage Tree ‘scapes leaves on white with Bamboo Leaves ink, color with the New Sprout, die cut with the coordinating die, ink the edges with more of the Bamboo Leaves, place the Clematis leaves in the mold to shape, use the Flower shaping tool kit to shape the others. Die cut the white leaves using the Cut Mat Create 1B Die.

Stamp the sentiment on white with the Vibrant Fuchsia ink, cut out with the Arrows die.

Stamp the birds on white with black ink, color with the Zig markers, cut out with the coordinating die.

Place everything on the card as shown. To finish, add glitter to the leaves and flowers.

 

Created By Olga Jewell
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