Versamark, Tonic nuvo liquid mercury crystal drops, White card, Crystal gems, Toasted rose chalk cloud ink, Old Olive ink pad - stampin up, Mirri card, 1 -1.5" white lace, Double sided tape, Hot glue, Strong wet glue
For more tips on creating with the flower shaping molds, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/FSdPL7nXvQE.
Score a 6.25" x 12.5" piece of white card at 6.25" to give you a square card base.
Cut a 6" square piece of mirri card and a 5.75" piece of paper from the pad. Ink the edges of the paper with toasted rose and adhere to the mirri card.
Colour 2 x 7" strips of white lace with the chalk cloud ink and allow to dry. Once dry wrap around the card on 2 sides leaving a thin boarder of pattern paper showing. Secure in place with double sided tape and adhere to the card base using strong wet glue.
Make the leaves: Stamp onto white card using the old olive ink and die cut. Place the die cut face down onto the shaping mold and spray with water. Place the lid of the mold on top and run through the die cutting machine. Remove from the mold and allow to dry.
Make the flowers: Stamp in versamark and cover with bridal tinsel, remove excess powder and heat to set. Die cut the flowers and colour the reverse using chalk cloud ink. Shape the flowers using the flower shaping kit and adhere 2 layers of different sized petals together using wet glue. Add crystal drops to the centre of the flowers and sprinkle with prills - remove excess and allow to dry and harden.
Position the flowers and leaves onto the card using hot glue.
Cut the sentiment from the paper pad and shape. Add to the card using hot glue and add a small blossom at the top of the sentiment.