Distress Inks in Pickled Raspberry and Broken China, Archival Inks in Leaf Green and Watering Can grey, Kindy Glitz in Turquoise, Turquoise Paint
For more tips on creating with the Classic Petunia collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/KOy_qNB9OAk.
Fold a 6.5" x 5" card and using the scalloped die from the "Eyelet Oval Die Set", place it just over the edge of the spine of the card and run it through your die cutting machine a couple of times. By placing it over the spine of the card, the spine will remain in tact and not get cut through. Then cut another piece of white card using the die with the little holes in it from the same set. Ink the edges of both pieces very softly with Broken China Distress Ink and then using foam tape, stick the eyelet oval onto the front of the card.
Now stamp and cut one set of flowers on white card using the Small Classic Petunia stamp and die set and two flower vines from the Large Classic Petunia stamp and die set using the Watering Can Grey ink.
Colour all these flowers and vines with Picked Raspberry, Broken China and the leaves with the Leaf Green ink. Lightly spritz the backs with water and use deluxe flower shaping tools to create flower shape. When all dry, for the two blue flowers layer up one of the larger petals with one of the smaller petals and for the pink flower layer up two of the smaller size petals.
Snip both vines into pieces and construct card front as shown. Dab a small amount of glue in all flower centres and sprinkle with a small amount of white Prills. Using your finger, dab a tiny bit of the turquoise Kindy Glitz onto all the blue petals.
Lastly either paint or heat emboss a card greeting stick it onto card front. I have used a Happy Mother's Day greeting but this card would suit a birthday, get well, thank you or most occasions for that matter.