Other Products: Spectrum Aqua: Kiwi, Watermelon, cypress, bison, soft red, black ranger archival ink, Ribbon, water brush
Watch this video https://youtu.be/gI8RqHAt3vE to learn different shaping techniques using the dogwood flowers. Watch this video https://youtu.be/IDC6cnO7OZI for tips on using the border basics dies.
Instructions: Cut the base card from white cardstock 5" x 7" base. Cut the decorative patterned paper 4 3/4" x 6 3/4" and glue down to base. Line the delicate border dies up together and cut out a running border. Ink the border with the coral ink. Add to the top of the card as shown using foam glue dots. Cut out the decorative oval die with green patterned paper and attach to the center of the card with two stacked glue foam dots for more dimension. Stamp the branch on white card stock using the archival ink. Color the image with the spectrum aqua pencils and blend with a waterbrush. Cut out with oval die from the eyelet die set and ink the edges with the coral ink. Glue down over the decorative oval already on the card using dries clear glue. Stamp 4 clusters of flowers with the black ink, and 3-4 small leaves and 2 large leaves on white card stock. Color in the flower with spectrum aqua pencils using the watermelon on the base of the flowers with soft red on the tips, kiwi in the center of the flowers and kiwi and cypress on the leaves. Blend them with the waterbrush and then spritz them with water and watch this video on how to create their shape. Glue the flowers down around the card as shown, three on the top, five on the colored panel and then three on the bottom over the top of a ribbon bow. Finish off the flowers with the ribbit prills.