Majestic Peonies

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Majestic Peonies

Other Products: Smooth White Card Stock, Die Cutting Machine. Score Board, Foam Dots, Distress Oxide Peeled Paint, Seedless Preserves and Rusty Hinge, Cuttle Bug Embossing Folder and White pigment Ink from Hero Arts.

For more ideas on creating with the 5 x 7 Decorative Frame Dies, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/qdBFA5VpmSo.

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

Instructions: The ready top fold card from white card stock measures 7 1/2" by 5 1/4". To prepare the card base, cut a smooth white cardstock measuring 7 1/2" by 10 1/2". Score the longer side at 5 1/4". Crease and fold the card neatly. Cut all the required die cuts from white and gold Luxe cardstock using Majestic Swirl Frames Die. Layer all the die cuts as shown to create the main focal point for the card.

Cut a smooth cardstock measuring 7 1/4" by 5" and dry emboss it using a cuttle bug embossing folder. Layer the embossed panel on the card front as shown and glue the prepared die cut layers on top.

For the flowers, stamp multiple images of mixed florals from Sweet Peony stamp sets, using white pigment ink on vellum cardstock. Sprinkle white heat embossing powder, dust extras and heat set. Cut the florals using coordinating dies. Color the florals using Seedless Preserves and Rusty Hinge distress oxides. Sprinkle some water on the backside and shape the flowers on the needle tool. Prepare one large and two medium flowers, add stamens to the flower centers. Follow the same steps for tiny Lush Lilacs. To the lilacs, add prills to their centers.

For Foliage, stamp the images from Leafy Accents Cling Stamp Set with white pigment ink on Vellum, Sprinkle white heat embossing powder and dust extras in the funnel tray and heat set. Color the leaves using Distress Oxide Peeled Paint and shape them on the needle tool. Add Rajni Chawla's Crystal Clear Glitter and keep them aside.

Once all the elements are ready, assemble a small bouquet of flowers and foliage on the left-hand side of the card front and finish the card by adding a sentiment.

Created By Rajni Chawla