Westcott Trimmer, Westcott Scissors, Foam Tape, Craft Knife, Bone Folder, Brilliance Platinum Planet Ink, Distress Ink: Worn Lipstick, Silver Mirror Paper, Piercing Tool
For more tips on creating with the flower shaping molds, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/FSdPL7nXvQE.
Score your white cardstock to 5.25 x 7.25" using a bone folder to get a nice crease. Take your sheet of patterned paper from the Classic Petunia collection and cut to 5 x 7" and adhere to your card front. Take the wood embellishment and adhere to the front of your card.
To create the flowers you will need to stamp in the Platinum Planet ink on your white cardstock a total of 18 small peonies. Now diecut each set and ink the edges using the worn lipstick distress ink to give the flower edges more depth. Each bloom will have 3 layers that will be staggered. Apply some Nuvo silver lining drops to your flower edges and then lightly dust some frosting powder.
For the leaves take a sheet of paper "green in color" from the Sweet Peony collection and stamp your leaves in Memento Bamboo Leaves dye ink. Once done, diecut with the coordinating die. Remove and now place in the Leafy Accent mold and spritz with a touch of water. Run through the die cutting machine and then heat set which will give your leaves a nice look.
Line your leaves with glue and add additional frosting powder and use your dauber to add additional ink for a deeper look.