Never Ending Circles
Other Products: Distress ink Peeled Paint, Hot glue Gun, Scissors, glitter dust, Ranger Stickles, white cardstock
For more tips on creating with the Window Scene cards & dies, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/LnM95GR92ao.
For more tips on creating with the Wild Aster Collection watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/1mriCKqh-Ac.
Instructions: Click here to view more photos of this project. The finished size of this round card is 6” x 6”. Using the readymade round Bi-fold card as the card base, fold the middle circle in half to form the card stand. Cut 3 circles of pink paper from paper collection using Rounded Sunlight Window Die. Adhere all three circles on the three folding panels.
Taking the rounded window frame die, cut 2 frames on Luxe Gold card. Adhere this to the card front and card base using foam dots. Take second frame from round window frame die placed on the pink paper and take circle die from eyelet circle and basic die set and small frame die from same round window set. Cut second frame from same die, two on pink paper and one on white paper stack (don’t use circle die on light green while cutting), stack light green and pink together and make small window look, place on the golden frame, and place single pink frame on the golden card base.
For the flowers, stamp six images of second size of wild aster flower on white cardstock using Vibrant Fuchsia Archival Ink and cut them using their coordinating dies. Color the flowers using Vibrant Fuchsia Ink and shape them using Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit. Prepare 2 flowers and add prills to cednters using designer dries glue. For leaves and spray, I have used Leaf green Archival ink for stamping and colored with Peeled paint. Assemble a small bouquet of Wild Aster Florals on the left side of the card using hot glue. Add glitter to add extra sparkle to the flowers. For the fillers I used wild aster spray stamp set colored with zig markers and peeled paint ink, stamped with Archival Leaf Green and leaf green archival Ink.
Stamp the dove from flowering dogwood stamp using pink archival ink, color it with zig markers and apply ranger stickles for the sparkle. Place it on the front panel.
Add sentiment from paper collection on the base panel to create stop for easel card.