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Watch this tutorial https://youtu.be/6B5t9exttw0 to see how to shape the plumerias.
Instructions: My card size is 5 x 7". Make card base and emboss the front using the embossing folder. Set it aside. Next I cut out layers using the rectangles dies and different cardstocks. I also used a piece of the paper collection as there are several layers of this die. Glue the layers together and then use dimensional tape and glue to adhere to the card front. I picked out an image from one of the card fronts of the paper collection and I cut it out using the circle die. Next I again used the circle dies and cut out a frame using the teal cardstock. This is achieved by using the two largest dies. Glue the circle frame to the image and use dimensional tape and glue to adhere to the rectangles on the card front. Now stamp, cut out, color the flowers and leaves. Dampen the backs of the flowers and shape, then add some glitter to the petals and set aside to dry. Next glue the flowers and leaves down around the circle medallion. When the glue is dry, your card is finished!