Floral Parcel Post

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Floral Parcel Post

Other Products: Gesso, Hot glue Gun, Distress Ink Vintage Photo, Decorative sand, Corner rounder, Foam pads, Cream Cardstock, Scor tape, ruler, pencil, score tool, Envelope Punch board, Brilliance Graphite Black, Memento Morocco

For more tips on creating with the flower shaping molds, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/FSdPL7nXvQE.

To see how to shape the peony, watch the video at https://youtu.be/L9_MLkvpGPQ.

Instructions: Cut a piece of Creme cardstock at 8 x 8 inches and put a mark on the top of the paper on 4 sides at 4 inches, 4 3/4 inches, 5 1/2 inches, then score 3 sides of the paper from mark till mark. Fold all the score lines, cut some pieces out and make 2 tabs for gluing the box together. You can round some corners with an envelope punch board, but you don't have too. Cut some paper from the paper collection and mat the box on the inside and front, now fold a piece of the Cream cardstock double and put your envelope on top of it against the fold then take a pencil and draw the envelope on the paper, cut it out and glue this behind your envelope, so you can use this as a card. Ink all the edges with the Vintage photo.

Stamp the Coneflower from the Blossoming Coneflower set, the Backyard Blossoms set and the Garden Edge Cone flower with Rich Cocoa on white cardstock. Color them on top with Tangelo and then Sunflower yellow and a mix of Buttercup and blend this in each other, the other coneflowers are colored with Vibrant Fuchsia. Put some glue on the tops and sprinkle the decorative sand on them for the pollen.

Stamp the Tiny Long flowers from the Backyard Blossom set with the Rich Cocoa and color them with Teal Zeal and the Leaf Green, cut them out with the coordinating dies. Stamp the sweet peonies on white cardstock with potter's clay ink, color with morocco and peanut brittle and cut them out with coordinating dies. Place the petals in the flower shaping mold, mist with water and and run through the die cutting machine. Finish shaping with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.

Now stamp the Leafy accents on white Cardstock with Graphite Black, color them with a mix of greens and on top some Vintage Photo, cut them out with the connecting die and put them up side down in the Shaping mold spray them lightly with water put the top on the mold and run it through your machine.

If all your flowers are done and dry you can glue them on your envelope. Start with the inside and put some coneflowers there, then move on to the front and make a nice arrangement with all the flowers. On the long Blue Backyard flowers, put some dots with the Nuvo Crystal drops and also a little bit in between the flowers. Using dries clear glue, add glitter to the flowers. Cut out a sentiment label from the paper collection and glue this on the right bottom corner, now take some white gesso and give the whole envelope card a white wash.

Created By Els Schutte
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