Orange Lilies

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Orange Lilies


My finished card size is 5" x 7". I made the card base using the Deluxe Flower Shaping paper because it is a perfect weight for your cards. It can carry most anything you put on the front without giving with the weight. Make card base and use the Filigree Accents Die to cut a decorative border on the card front. Cut a piece of Luxe Gold Cardstock and cut out the Filigree Accents on this then glue behind the white decorative border. I staggered the two pieces to just let the gold show through a bit behind the front border. Cut a piece of Sheet 3A of the paper collection to fit on the inside of the card and a piece to fit the front beside the decorative border. Glue these pieces down and while the glue is drying we will begin on the flowers.

Stamp the flower petals in Sap Green and color just the center with Sap Green as well. Layer some Goldenrod to the middle of the petals and then finish off with Morocco on the ends. Stamp the leaves with Leaf Green and color with same then cut everything out with the coordinating dies. I then used Rhubarb Stalk to edge the flower petals and add some depth and dimension to the flower. The buds were stamped with Leaf Green and then colored with Vivid Chartruese. Cut out with coordinating die. Lay the leaves and flower petals onto the mold, spritz with water and run through the die cut machine. Turn out on the desk to dry. Use the Golf tools to poke a hole in the center of the flowers and add the stamen. I used hot glue to adhere the stamen in place as well as adding some additional shape to the flowers. Lay out to dry. Once everything is dry, decide on placement and hot glue down.  

Using a Hydra Sponge and Dries Clear Glue add some Crystal Clear Glitter to the flowers and allow to dry. The card is now ready to go.

Other Products: Die Cut Machine, Hot Glue Gun, Archival Sap Green Ink

Created By Glenda Brooks
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