Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Glitter Challenge


Good Morning.  Today the design team for Elizabeth Craft Designs was challenged to create a project using some of the new Silk Microfine Glitters.  The team has been busy creating some beautiful cards and you can view them at this LINK.

Below are the beautiful new Silk Microfine Glitter Palette colors.


Glitter Palette - Bloom
Glitter Palette Bloom

Glitter Palette - Earth
Glitter Pallete - Earth


Glitter Palette - Beach
Glitter Palette - Beach



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For today's challenge Elizabeth Craft Designs is giving away a $20 Gift Card to use on their website to 3 winners

To enter simply leave a comment on the Elizabeth Craft Designs Facebook Giveaway Blog Post, or the Elizabeth Craft Designs Challenge post, and tell us Which of the new Silk Microfine Glitter Palettes is your favorite, Earth, Beach or Bloom?

Three lucky winners will be selected in a random drawing. 

The winners will be announced on Friday, May 18th on the Elizabeth Craft Designs Blog and Facebook page.

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Here are the directions for creating my card.

Step 1.  Create the background.  Add a piece of Clear Double Sided Adhesive to the top of white card stock 6 inches square.  Use the Flowers and Lace die set and die cut the frame.  Cool Diamond Silk Microfine Glitter will be added to the top of this die cut.  Leave the adhesive sheet on this die cut piece.

 Step 2.  Cover a piece of white card stock, 6 inches square, with Clear Double Sided Adhesive.  Peel off adhesive covering and attach the Flowers & Lace die cut piece on top. Insert the center  piece leaving on the adhesive covering.  The only sticky parts should be the flower die cut openings of the frame.  Sprinkle on the Rose Red glitter from the Bloom glitter set, adding glitter to all the design.  Rub the glitter in well with fingers, then use brush and/or Swifter cloth and clean off all stray glitter.  

Step 3.  Being sure all lose Rose Red Glitter if cleaned off work area, peel off the adhesive covering on both the die cut frame and the center piece of the frame.  Pour Cool Diamond Silk Microfine glitter over the entire front of the card.  The Cool Diamond Glitter will not stick to the Rose Red Glitter if it was rubbed in well.  Rub Cool Diamond Glitter in well with fingers and brush off excess.  Trim edges of frame as needed to fit front of 6 inch square card.

Step 4.  Use a piece of white card stock, covered with Clear Double Sided Adhesive,  large enough to die cut three dragonflies. Die cut the three dragonflies of choice.   Sprinkle on Lilac, Periwinkle and Sea Foam Silk Microfine glitter, using a spoon to layer the glitters.  The Lilac and Periwinkle glitters are in the Bloom glitter set.

Step 5.  Use the Garden Notes Blue Bonnet/Lupine die set and create one pink flower.  Use the Flower Tool Kit and Kids Choice glue for shaping and assembly.  

Step 6.  Use the Garden Notes Dahlia die set and create one flower.

Step 7.  Use the Garden Notes Chrysanthemum die set and create one flower.

Step 8.  Use the Garden Notes Ostrich Fern die set and die cut two ferns.

Step 9.  Attach the ferns, flowers and dragonflies as shown.

You can shop for the products used by clicking on the product pictures below.





Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Happy 4th of July


This card was designed using one of the new Joset Designs die sets from Elizabeth Craft Designs.  The name of this set is called 4th of July.  You can view all the cards created for this new release on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog at this LINK.

Step 1.  To create this card, use a 6 inch card base.  Cover the front with a piece of design paper from the ModaScrap Love You to The Moon & Back paper pad.  

Step 2.  Use the 4th of July die set and die cut all the pieces.  Use red, white and blue card stock as shown, for the stars, top hat, and firework.  Use a piece of white card stock to die cut the top of the firework that has Clear Double Sided Adhesive attached on top.  Die cut  and add Brushed Pewter Silk Microfine Glitter to this piece.  

Step 3.  For the fireworks 'blast', die cut the pieces with Clear Double Sided Adhesive on top of white card stock so you can add glitter.  Use Brushed Pewter Silk Microfine Glitter on the larger piece, and Silverado Silk Microfine Glitter on the smaller piece.   

Step 4.  To create the 'Uncle Sam' face to go with the top hot, use the smallest Dotted Scallop Circle die and white card stock.  For the face, use vanilla card stock and die cut  using the smallest Stitched Circle die.  Use a black marker to create the face.  Glue the face to the beard and attach the top hat.

Step 5.  Use the new Summer Fun Sentiments Clear Stamp set for the Happy 4th of July sentiment.  Stamp it using black VersaFine Ink then fussy cut around it.

Step 6.  Use the A Way With Words Celebrate die set to die cut the White Celebrate.  

Step 7.  Attach all the pieces to the card as shown using dimensional tape, except for the Celebrate.  Glue the Celebrate to the bottom of the card.

Thank you for visiting today.

You can purchase the products used by clicking on the product pictures below.




Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Grillin & Chillin


New releases are always exciting.  Today the Elizabeth Craft Design Team has created a variety of cards using the new dies now available.  The set for this card is the Backyard Barbeque die set.  This die set will be especially easy to create masculine cards.  You can see all the cards created by the design team on the Elizabeth Craft Designs Blog at this LINK.

Here are the directions for my card.

Step 1.  This is a 6 inch square card.  Use a 6 inch square piece of  white card stock to layer on top of the card.  Before attaching, score around the edges for a decorative edge.

Step 2.  Use the Dotted Scallop Square die set to die cut a square for the background.  Attach to the front of the card with dimensional tape.

Step 3.  Use the Backyard Barbeque die set and die cut the BBQ, the fire, hamburger, mustard, ketchup, fork and hot dog.  Use markers to color each piece.  

Step 4.  Use the Apron die set and die cut pieces for the apron.  Glue the red pieces to the red/white gingham apron.

Step 5.  Use the Spring Basket die set and die cut two pieces of grass, using green card stock.

Step 6.  Use the Summer Fun Stamp Set and stamp the sentiment on white card stock.  Use the Stitched Fishtail die set and die the sentiment.  Cut the left edge of the Fishtail to fit along the left side of the card.

Step 7.  Attach all the die cut pieces as shown.

Thank you for visiting my blog today.


You can find all the products used by clicking on the products pictures below.




Life's A Picnic



The new Elizabeth Craft Designs,  Joset Designs product release, is now available.  The design team has completed cards with all the new products.  You can see these cards on the Elizabeth Craft Designs Blog at this LINK.

I have created an outdoors BBQ scene for this card.  

Step 1.  This is a 6 inch card.  Cut a piece of white card stock  5 3/4 inches square.  Use the Earth & Sky Stencil to sponge on clouds on the top half.  Attach to the front of the card.  

Step 2.  Use the CountryScapes Mountains die and die cut two edges with the trees.  Only one of these edges will be used, but the a couple of the trees will be added to one die cut.

Step 3.  Use the Adventure Edges die set and die cut one rolling hills edge.  This piece must be long enough below the top die cut edge to fit a along the bottom of the card.  Use the Earth  Sky Stencil to add grass to this piece.  

Step 4.  Use the Backyard Barbeque die set to die cut the grill, fire and steak.  Glue the pieces together as shown.

Step 5.  Use the CountryScapes Backyard 3 die set to die cut the tree.  Use the Leafy Branch die set to die cut the green leaves for the tree.  Cut the leaves from the branch and attach to the die cut tree branches.

Step 6.  Use the CountryScapes Nantucket Fence die set for the white fence.

Step 7.  Use the CountryScapes Garden Edges Tulip die set for the Tulips.  Shape the tulips using the Flower Tool Kit and using Kids Choice Glue.  

Step 8.  Use the Adventure Edges die set for the die cut grass at the bottom of the card.

Step 9.  Use the Rainbow Sky die set and die cut two clouds.  

Step 10.  Attach all the pieces as shown.


All the products used for this card are pictured and linked below.





Monday, May 7, 2018

Just Because


Good Morning.  Today I have a card designed using Susan's Garden Notes Peony 2 and Garden Notes Alstroemeria die sets.  

This is a 6 inch card.  A white piece of card stock was cut and scored around the edges then attach to the front of the card.

The Fitted Circles die set was used to die cut a black and a white circle.  The smaller black circle was attach over the white circle.  

The Beaded Circle Frames die set was used to die cut the pink circle that is glued inside the edge of the black circle.

The Garden Notes Peony 2 die set was used to die cut petals for 3 flowers.  The petals were shaped using the Flower Tool Kit.

Use the Garden Notes Alstroemeria die set to create two flowers.  Add pollen to the end of each stamen.  

Use the Trio of Leaves die set to die cut 5 leaf branches.

Attach the leaves and flowers to the left side of the die cut circles. 

Use the Sentiments 2 - Just Because Stamp and die set for the sentiments.  Die cut the backing two more times and stack/glue the pieces together for dimension.

You can shop for the products used by clicking on the product pictures below.

Thank you for stopping by today.




Sunday, May 6, 2018

Foamiran Bouquet


My sweet friend Eva from the Netherlands sent me some packages of Foamiran to make flowers with.  She also sent me design paper, which I used on the front of this card.  The dies used to die cut the flowers, leaves and fern include Susan's Garden Rose 1, Garden Notes Pansy and Maidenhair Fern. Susan's Garden Notes die sets work great to die cut petals for any of the flowers you would like to create with Foamiran.

The Sentiment 1 - Celebrate Clear Stamp Set and matching dies were used for the sentiment.

The products from Elizabeth Craft Designs used are pictured and linked below.





Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Hydrangea and Butterfly Frame

 Today is May Day so I wanted to make some pretty flowers.  I used Susan's Garden Hydrangea die set and framed them in the Happy Frame XL.

Step 1.  Use White Soft Finish Cardstock to die cut the four pieces to create the frame.


Step 2.  Use the Decorative Edges 1 die set to create the stitched design on the front of the frame.  Tape the die on the die cut frame piece, as shown above and run through the die cutting machine.  Add Clear Double Sided Adhesive and create each side of the frame then assemble the frame.  Cut a piece of white card stock to cover the back of the frame.

Step 3.  Use the Dotted Scallop Square and Fitted Square frame sets to die cut a frame to go inside the Happy Frame.

Step 4.  Use the Sea Glass Embossing Folder and emboss a piece of white card stock.  Attach it to the back of the Dotted Scallop Square frame.  Center and attach the Scallop Frame inside the Happy Frame.


Step 5.  To create the variegated color for the Hydrangea flowers, use a piece of white card stock  Add Shaded Lilac, Faded Jeans, and Wilted Violet Distress Oxide Inks to a craft mat.  Spritz with water then dip the card stock down into the ink until the card stock is covered with ink.


Step 6.  Use the Susan's Garden Hydrangea die set and die cut enough flower petals to create three hydrangeas, using the card stock created in Step 5.  Shape the flowers using the Flower Tool Kit.  For directions on how to assemble this flower, you can watch Susan's Garden Club Video at this LINK.  Add yellow Prills to the center of each flower.

Step 7.  Use the Garden Notes Jasmine die set and create six Jasmine flowers.

Step 8.  Use the Leafy Branch die set and and die cut two branches.  These are to be cut apart and and used behind the flower arrangement.

Step 9.  Assemble the Leafy Branch, Hydrangea and Jasmine flowers in the lower left corner of the frame.

Step 10.  Use the A Way With Words 4 Seasons die set and die cut Spring, using white card stock.  Lightly sponge Shaded Lilac Distress Oxide Ink on it.   Attach in the frame as shown.

Step 11.  Use the A Way With Words Butterfly Flourish die set and die cut three white  butterflies.  Color by sponging on  Wilted Violet Distress Oxide Ink.  Attach as shown.

Step 12.  Use the Romantic Corner die set and die cut four white corners.  Attach them to each corner of the frame.

Step 13.  To finish the frame, Use the Lace Card die set and die cut one white lace piece.  Attach to the back of the frame at the top.

You can shop for the products used by clicking on the pictures below.


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Thursday, April 19, 2018

Alstroemeria



Alstroemeria Flowers are so pretty!  These flowers come in many different colors but I chose to create a color Susan used in one of her Garden Club videos.

Create the background by using the Dotted Scallop Rectangle and Dashing Rectangle die set.  

The flowers were created using Susan's Garden Notes Alstroemeria die set.  The pieces were die cut using 100 lb white card stock and colored using Copic Markers.  The petals and leaves were shaped using the Flower Tool Kit.  Pollen was used on the tips of the stamens.

Use the Garden Notes Ostrich Fern die set and die cut four ferns for foliage behind the arrangement.

Use the Garden Notes Hydrangea die set to die cut the small white flowers.  Add yellow Prills to the center of each flower.

Use the Dancing Butterfly die set to die cut the Dusky Blue butterfly.  Use a black marker to color the body and antennas.  Use a white opaque pen to draw white lines coming from the body out on the wings.

Attach the Ferns, Alstroemeria, and small white flowers as shown, on the lower left corner of the card.  Attach the butterfly with a small piece of dimensional tape.

You can shop for the products using by clicking on the product pictures below.






Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Hello


Today I have a pretty card just to say hello.  

This is a 6-inch card.  A piece of ModaScrap Fly and Scrap Design Paper was used to cover the front of the card.

A white frame was die cut using Els van de Burgt's Fitted Rectangles and Postage Stamp die sets.  The two frames were attached together using 3mm Clear Double Sided Adhesive then attached to the left side of the card front.

The flower was created using Susan's Garden Notes Gerbera Daisy die set.  The flower was shaped using Susan's Flower Tool Kit.  The dark pink petals were cut in half using the Elizabeth Craft Design Fine Pointed Scissors.  PanPastels were used to shade on the darker pink to the center petals

The Lavender was created using the Garden Notes Lavender die set.  To attach the small purple flowers to the Lavender, use the Elizabeth Craft Designs Fine Pointed Tweezers.  

For foliage behind the flower, two leafy branches were die cut using the Trio of Leaves die set.  Shape with the Flower Tool Kit.

Attach the Lavender, leafy branches and Gerbera Daisy inside the frame, as shown.

Use the Words 2 die set to die cut the white sentiment an attach it to the right top side of the frame.

Use  an Acrylic Clear Box for mailing this card.  

Who do you know that would be happy to receive this pretty "hello" card.

You can purchase the products used for this card by clicking on the product pictures below.





Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Design Team April Challenge


Today the Elizabeth Craft Design team has a fun challenge to use the Scissor Spring Mechanism.  I have used the Scissor Spring to pop up the Bee on my card.  Be sure to go over to the Elizabeth Craft Designs Blog at this LINK to see all the fun ideas you can use this die set for.


This is a picture of the Scissor Spring Mechanism die set.  

Before I describe my card, I want to tell you about your chance to win a Gift Card from Elizabeth Craft Designs.

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For today's challenge Elizabeth Craft Designs is giving away a $20 Gift Card to use on their website to 3 winners

To enter simply leave a comment on the Elizabeth Craft Designs Facebook Giveaway Blog Post, or the Elizabeth Craft Designs Challenge post, and tell us What Elizabeth Craft Designs dies or stamp sets would you use with the Scissor Spring Mechanism die set to create a card, scrapbook layout of home decor item?

Three lucky winners will be selected in a random drawing. 

The winners will be announced on Friday, April 20th on the Elizabeth Craft Designs Blog and Facebook page.

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To create my card start with a 6-inch square card.

Step 1.  Cut a 5 3/4 inch square piece of white card stock, that will be used for the background.

Step 2.  Use Susan's Earth & Sky Stencil to sponge blue ink over the cloud stencil onto the top half of the white card stock. 

Step 3.  Use the Adventure Edges die set and die cut a green 'hilly' edge that will cover the lower half of the card. Attach the edge to the lower portion of the card.

Step 4.  Use Joset's Bee die set to die cut one Bee.  Use Vellum to die cut the wings.  Assemble.

Step 5.  Use Joset's Bee Hive die set to die cut the bee hive.  Glue the pieces together.

Step 6.  Use the CountryScapes Hollyhock die set to die cut pieces for the hollyhock.  Shape with Susan's Flower Tool Kit and assemble.   Use yellow Prills in the center of each flower. 

Step 7.  Use the CountryScapes Clematis die set to die cut the white flowers.  Shape the flowers using Susan's Flower Tool Kit.  Add Prills to the centers of the flowers.  

Step 8.  For the flower stems for the white flowers, use the Garden Notes Lavender die set.  Use only the lower portion of this die cut and attach the white flowers.  Using the lower section of the Lavender die cut will create a wide bushy flower 'bush'.  

Step 9.  Use the CountryScapes Garden Edges - Hyacinth die set and create the purple hyacinth edge.  Cut two hyacinth off to separate the flowers for the bottom edge of the card.  

Step 10.  Use the Adventure Edges die set and die cut two strips of grass.  

Step 11.  Use the Pair of Leaves l  die set and die cut one set of leaves.  These leaves will resemble a bush beside the bee hive.

Step 12.  Use the Leafy Branch die set to die cut one branch.  A small portion of these leaves will be used behind the white flower bush.  

Step 13.  Use the Rainbow Sky die set to die cut two clouds and one sun.  Lightly sponge blue ink around the edges of the clouds and yellow ink on the edges of the sun.  Attach these pieces to the top of the card, over the sponged cloud sky.  

Step 14.  Use the Bee Sentiments stamp set and stamp the sentiment, using VersaFine black ink and clear emboss.  Die cut using the Stitched Fishtail Banner die set.  Sponge yellow ink around the edges.  Use another larger Stitched Fishtail Banner die and die cut one black banner slightly larger.  Glue the pieces together.  Cut the left edge at an angle and attach over the lower edge of the die cut sun.

Step 15.  Assemble all the die cut pieces, as shown, to complete the scene.


Step 16.  Use the Scissor Spring Mechanism die set and die cut the smallest mechanism, using clear acetate.  Use Clear Double Sided Adhesive on both the top and bottom of the mechanism to attach the bee to the card.

This card is just a little dimensional.  The bee presses down flat, but some of the flowers are dimensional.  I would recommend mailing this card in one of the clear acrylic boxes from Elizabeth Craft Designs

Be sure to go over the the Elizabeth Craft Designs Blog to view all the creative ways the design team has used the Scissor Spring Mechanism, and be sure to leave a comment for a chance to win one of the $20 Gift Cards.

You can purchase the products used for this card by clicking on the product pictures below.





Monday, April 16, 2018

Just For You


Today I have a bright cheery card for you.  

This is a 6-inch card.  

To create a bright background for these flowers, I used a piece of 100 lb White Soft Finish Cardstock cut slightly smaller than the card.  Brusho orange and red powders were used to create the colorful background.  Susan has instructions on how to do this on her Susan's Garden Club Facebook page.

The Kaleidoscope Background die set was used to die cut one piece out of white card stock.  It was attached to the top portion of the card front.

Use the Fashionable Phrases Clear Stamp Set for the Sentiment.  Stamp it on the lower left corner using VersaFine Black Ink and clear emboss.

To create the flowers, use Susan's Garden Notes Day Lily die set.  When you use 100 lb weight card stock, it helps the petals hold their shape. Use Susan's Flower Tool Kit to shape the flowers and leaves.   The stamens in the flowers were cut in half using the Elizabeth Craft Designs Fine Pointed Scissors and Pollen added to the tips.

For the ivy, the Garden Notes Ivy die set was used.  It was cut in pieces to place behind the flower arrangement. 

Use the Garden Notes Maidenhair Fern die set to die cut several ferns.

Arrange the Day Lilies, ferns and ivy over the Kaleidoscope Background as shown.

Use a clear acrylic box for mailing this card.


You can shop for the products used by clicking on the product pictures below.

Thank you for your visit today. 





Sunday, April 15, 2018

Best Friends



The rose created on this card was made using Susan's Garden Rose 1 die set.  You can go to Susan Tierney-Cockburn's Susan's Garden Club Facebook Page for instructions to create any of the flowers using her die sets and Flower Tool Kit.



To color the rose, I used a variety of colors of PanPastels, sponging and blending the colors.  To set the color, the petals were spritzed lightly with water, then shaped with Susan's Flower Tools. The rose was assembled using Kids Glue.   

Use a piece of white card stock with Clear Double Sided Adhesive on top and die cut one Dandelion Fluff.  Peel off the protective covering and sprinkle on Antique Gold Silk Microfine Glitter.  Shine the glitter using your fingers.  Most of the long stem can  be cut off.

Use the Garden Notes Maidenhair Fern die set and die cut both sizes of fern  Shape with the Flower Tool Kit.

Use Joset's stamps from the Sentiments 1 and Sentiments 2 stamp sets for the sentiment.  Die cut the sentiments using the matching dies.  

For the background in the frame, I used an old wood grain stamp to stamp, using VersaMark Ink, and clear embossed it.   Different shades of brown inks were used to color the background.  

To create a frame, use the Dashing Rectangle die set and the Fitted Rectangle die set to die cut a frame.  Tape the Fitted Rectangle inside the Dashing Rectangle to die cut the frame.  Save the center rectangle to use on another project.  Use the Dotted Scallop die set to die cut a rectangle slightly larger than the frame.  Center the background in the center of the Dotted Scallop Rectangle.  Attach the die cut frame over the background.

Attach the sentiments in the upper right corner, inside the frame.

Attach the Maidenhair Fern, Dandelion Fluff, and the Rose in the lower left corner.

This is a 6-inch card.  For the background, attach a piece of the ModaScrape Gran Canyon design paper to the front.  Attach the decorated frame to the left side of the card.

Thank you for visiting my blog today.  You can shop for the products used by clicking on the pictures below.




Friday, April 13, 2018

Stargazer Lilies


Stargazer lilies are so pretty.  Today I made a feminine card using Susan's Garden Notes Lily 2 die set.

Use a 6-inch card.

Cut a piece of watercolor paper 5 3/4 inch square.  Press Worn Lipstick Distress Oxide Ink on a non-stick work sheet.  Spritz with water and dip the watercolor paper down on the ink to create a light pink speckled background.  Use a Score Board and score around the edges.  Attach to the front of the card.

Use the Love Struck die set and die cut the heart.  Use sponge daubers and apply Distress Ink Worn Lipstick on the bottom of the heart and Picked Raspberery Ink on the top, blending well.  Attach with dimensional tape to center of the card.

Use Susan's Garden Notes Lily 2 die set and create three Stargazer Lilies.  Shape the petals and leaves, using the Flower Tool Kit.  Add pollen to the tips of the stamens.  

Use the Garden Notes Leafy Berry Branch and die cut one branch.  Add Nuvo Drop to create the berries.  

Use the Garden Notes Ostrich Fern die set and die cut two ferns.

Arrange the Ferns, Leafy Berry Branch and Lilies to the left side of the heart.  Add a organza pink bow under the flower arrangement. 

Use the Dancing Butterfly die set and die cut one Butterfly, using pink card stock.  Add pink pearls to the body of the butterfly.  Add to the right of the flower arrangement.

Use Suzanne Cannon's, A Way With Words Baby-Love die set and die cut one pink 'love'.  Attach to a piece of white card stock.  Use scissors and cut around the sentiment, as shown.  Attach to the lower right side of the card.

 You can have a lot of fun creating many different colors of Lilies with this die set.  If you go to Susan's Facebook Susan's Garden Club, you can watch her videos for detail instructions on creating any of her flowers.

You can purchase the die sets used by clicking on the product links below.

Thank you for visiting today.





Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Pink Gerbera Daisies

 

All daisies are pretty, but my favorite are the Gerbera Daisies.  We can create beautiful flowers with Susan's Garden Notes Gerbera Daisy die set.  



This is a picture of a pink Gerbera Daisy I found and tried to duplicate it.  It was easy to do using Susan's Gerbera Daisy die set.  If you need help in learning how to assemble this flower, you can view Susan's Garden Club Video on Facebook at this LINK.   The pieces for three daisies were die cut.  They were shaped using Susan's Flower Tool Kit.



This is a 6-inch square card.  For the background use a piece of white Soft finish cardstock cut 5 3/4 inches square.  Use Cracked Pistachio, Worn Lipstick, Tattered Rose, and Squeezed Lemonade Distress Oxide Inks to create a watercolored background.

Use the Garden Scene and Fitted Square die sets to die cut a narrow frame.  Use the largest Fitted Square die inside the Garden Scene die.  Tape the two dies on the card stock and run through the die cutting machine.  Attach the frame over the watercolor background, using 3mm Clear Double Sided Adhesive.

Use the Garden Notes Ostrich Fern die set and die cut 3 ferns.  Use the Garden Notes Berry Branch and die cut one branch.  Color the stems brown and add Pearl White Nuvo dots for the berries.  

Use the Dancing Butterfly die set to die cut the Butterfly.  Use a piece of white card stock that has Clear Double Sided Adhesive attach to the top.  Peel of the adhesive covering and sprinkle with Silverado Silk Microfine Glitter.  Shine by rubbing well with your fingers.

Arrange the Ferns, Berry Branch (which has been cut into small branches), and the flowers and leaves to the lower left corner of the card.  

Use the Words 4 die set and die cut one light green sentiment (friends).  Attach at the top of the card.

Attach the Butterfly as shown.

This is such a beautiful flower and does not take long to assemble.  Since it is a dimensional card, you can mail this it inside one of the clear acrylic boxes, linked below.

You can shop for the products used by clicking on the products shown below.

I appreciate you visiting my blog.  I love to read your comments.




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