Zig Brushes, Archival Ink (Leaf, Library Green, Plum ) ,Distress Ink (Wilted Violet, Crushed Olive ), glue gun, Foam tape, double sided tape, mini mister,. Sizzix, Trimmer, Sequins, Pearls,
For more tips on creating with the Camelia Carnation collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/rhk76SAIgWQ.
For more tips on creating with the foam paper & stamens, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/Oma6ctVmUD0.
Start by taking a Kraft flip fold card layout. Measure patterned paper at 1/8" less than the card and distress the edges. There are 2 layers in each of the fold which measure 1/8" less. Stamp some small and large carnation using Plum and leaf archival ink from white foam paper. Shade and color the petal using Crushed Olive and Wilted Violet distress ink. The edges are re-inked once the petals and leaves are shaped.
Die cut a decorative border from white card stock and tuck it in every layer between the card base and the pattern paper. To shape the foam flowers, I used a press which allows the petals to bend automatically and then we can shape it. Layer the petals, pierce the centers and add the stamens.
To arrange the bouquet, use some twigs, pearls and leaves and assemble all the shaped flowers and leaves. Adhere as shown. To finish the card fussy cut tags and sentiments from the paper collection and distress the edges with frosted powder.