Other Products: White card, Diamond sparkles gold glitter, clear embossing powder, Shaded spruce, grapefruit grove and call me clover ink pad, pear pizzazz card stock - stampin up! Bright sunshine colour cloud ink – cosmic shimmer, foam pads, hot glue
For more tips on creating with the Wild Aster Collection watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/1mriCKqh-Ac.
For more tips on creating with the booklet frame dies, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/kJO5LdNFxgE.
Instructions: Score and fold a 7” x 10” piece of white card at 5” to create a 5” x 7” tent fold card base
Die cut approximately 8 of the swirly borders in white card and adhere to a piece of paper from the collection measuring 4.75” x 6.75”. Trim away any excess swirl and edge the paper lightly with shaded spruce ink. Add a little of the ink to the white swirls so that they blend in a little to the green background.
Add dries clear glue around the edge of the card, cover in diamond sparkles and remove any excess, set aside to dry.
Make the leaves: Stamp onto pear pizzazz card using call me clover ink. Die cut. Place face down into the mold and spritz lightly with water, put the lid on the mold and run through the die cutting machine. Remove from the mold and allow to dry. Add dries clear glue to the leaves and cover in transparent glitter.
Make the flowers: Stamp the 3rd and 4th (largest) sizes onto the flower shaping paper using so saffron ink and colour in the centre, fading the colour out towards the edge. Stamp the 1st and 2nd sizes in Grapefruit grove ink and colour using Bright sunshine colour cloud. Die cut the flowers and colour the reverse of the smaller petals with the bright sunshine ink. Place the flowers into the flower shaping mold face down, spritz with water and place the lid on top then run through the die cutting machine. Make a hole in the centre of each flower, matching the 1st and 3rd and the 2nd and 4th petals, and thread a stamen through the darker and lighter petals. Hot glue into position. Sponge dries clear glue onto the flowers and dip into the transparent glitter, set aside to dry, then snip off the excess stamen stalk from the back of the flower
Snip the spray of leaves in half and add to the card base using dries clear adhesive. Stamp the sentiment in shaded spruce ink onto white card, cover in clear embossing powder, remove excess and heat to set. Diecut using the smaller of the shield shaped dies, edge with the same colour ink and adhere to a die cut of the same paper as used for the card base. Adhere to the card base using foam pads. Position the flowers and adhere to the card base using hot glue.