Preserving Beauitful Memories
Other Products: White Cardstock, White Heat Embossing Powder, Heat Gun, Funnel Tray, Distress Oxides: Rusty Hinge, Worn Lipstick and Peeled Paint, Hero arts White Pigment Ink
For more ideas on creating with the 5 x 7 Decorative Frame Dies, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/qdBFA5VpmSo.
For more tips on creating with the Wild Rose Collection watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/2ALPhFnT-qI.
Instructions: Chop 2 white cardstocks measuring 8" by 12". On the longer side, score one piece at 6" and save 1 piece for the back. Prepare 2 hinges by cutting 1 1/2" by 8" and score at 3/4" on the shorter side. Use these hinges in the center to secure the front panel to the back panel at the bottom. Also cut 2 pieces of white cardstock measuring by 4" and score both at 1/2" each time. Crease and fold zig-zag to prepare lower hinges. Secure these hinges with strong glue on the lower base between the front and the back panels on both the sides at the bottom of the picture card. This will give support to the picture card to stand on its own.
Choose the paper from the designer paper collection and cut 2 pieces measuring 5 1/4" by 7 1/4". Mat a white cardstock to both, a little larger than the pattern paper to make a delicate white border all around. Keep the panels inside the embossing folder one by one and run them through die cutting machine. Hand tear striped pattern paper and create a belly band around the embossed panel. Layer both the panels on the card front using foam dots.
Cut all the required die cuts using Decorative Circle Frames Die and assemble them as shown. Distress the intricate die-cut using Aged Mahogany, Distress ink. Prepare 2 sets, one each for each panel. Stamp the sentiment with Plum archival ink on the left side panel and arrange a picture on the right panel.
Stamp all the required images from Small Wild Rose, Large Wild Rose, Lush Lilac, and Leafy Accent Stamp sets on Vellum cardstock using Hero Arts white pigment ink, sprinkle white heat embossing powder and dust extra. Next, heat set the images and cut them using their coordinating dies. Color the Roses using Worn Lipstick, leaves using Peeled Paint, and Lush Lilacs using Rusty Hinge distress oxides. Shape the roses in their coordinating molds and foliage and Lilacs using needle tool. Add prills to the flower centers.
Form a small bouquet of flowers and assemble the card as shown. Add a little sparkle to the flowers using Rajni Chawla’s Frosting Powder for extra accent.