Inks: Coffee Archival ink. Distress Inks: Forest moss, Peeled Paint, Barn Door, Broken China, Ripe Persimmon, Fossilized Amber. Card Stock: Kraft 300gm. Other: Diamond Stickles, Hot Glue Gun, Water Mister, Bone folder, Water coloring brush, Paper distressing tool, Scissors, Ruler, White Organza Ribbon, Misti Stamping Tool, Paper cutting knife and steel edged ruler, Tweezers.
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 flower shaping molds, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/FSdPL7nXvQE.
The finished size of this tent fold card is 5.90in x 5.90in (15cm x 15cm). Make the card base, using the Kraft card-stock to measure 5.90in x 5.90 in. when folded into the tent fold. Find in the paper collection the design paper with the orange and white carnations in the border. Cut the border out of the paper using the paper cutting knife and steel edged ruler. Put aside the cut away center for another project, keep the pale green out side and adhere this to the card base with the dries clear glue or double sided tape. Find the design paper with the garden scene and cut this a little smaller than the card front as the second matting. Adhere now the frame to the card front with the 3d dots. Taking the white card-stock, stamp the sentiment with the Archival coffee ink. Find the die circle from the Large Circle die set that fits around the sentiment. Die cut the stamped circle, then die cut 4x extra circles. Adhere all the layers together to form a chipboard circle. Ink the edges of the sentiment circle with the Broken China and daubers. Adhere to the center of the card front.
Find the smallest die circle from the Small Circle die set and the design paper with the blue-sky color, die cut 17x circles. Cut the circles in a swirl shape. With the tweezers hold the center of the swirl and curl around the tweezers point as you are holding the paper. Keep twirling this for a short while to iron the shape. Remove the tweezers; this will now take the form of a rose bud. The rose bud tail end will later be secured at the same time the bud is adhered to the card with the hot glue gun.
Make the carnation flowers and leaves using the white card-stock. Stamping with the archival coffee ink and diecutting with coordinating die. The carnation stamp size chosen is the third from largest and one down. The carnations are made using 4 x layers. Shape using the flower shaping mold and running through the die cutting machine. Adhere together using the hot glue gun, the barn door ink is added to the petal tops then sprayed with water mist so the color will fade into the carnation flower. The leaves will be colored using both the forest moss and peeled paint green inks. Give the leaves shape by using the flower shaping tool kit. Taking the organza ribbon, wrap around the card then adhere at the card front. Make a full bow, adhere this to the card front with the hot glue gun. Using the hot glue gun to adhere the 3 rose buds in place across the bowknot, the carnations and leaves on each side of the bow. Place the rest of the rose buds as fillers to both the carnation clusters. To finish the card, apply the diamond stickles to the rose bud and carnation petal tips.