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Thursday, 17 May 2018

PRIMROSE AND BLACK

Morning bloggers....

You've seen a similar diamond centre piece before in one of the card I made for Papermill Direct


I started with an 8" square white card base and added a smaller black panel then a smaller panel of primrose coloured cardstock

The primrose card was embossed then adhered to the card

I cut a smaller panel of black card and another smaller panel of primrose card, I used a pair of fancy cut corner scissors on both panels, glued these together then added it to the card

The white centre panel was die cut, (it is the same white card as the base card) and I typed the sentiment prior to die cutting it

A frame was added after die cutting 3 and gluing them together 

The flowers were stamped onto primrose card then die cut

I used black cardstock for the leaves and also added to loops of pearls and 3 black gems to complete the card front

This was the one made for Papermill Direct
INGREDIENTS:

  • black and primrose card, leaves & black gems ~ Creative Expressions (CE)
  • embossing folder ~ Rambling Roses/CE
  • fancy cut corner scissors ~ my stash
  • flowers ~ Heartfelt Creations/Arianna Blooms
  • pearl loops ~ Poppyfield Card Crafts
Until tomorrow....

June x

5 comments:

  1. Such a useful layout and the different colourways make the cards so usable for celebrations. Thank you June.

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  2. I HATE your flowers - only because i can never make anywhere as near as nice as yours.
    The whole card is stunning June xxx

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  3. Two lovely cards June. Sorry I am so late but my email doesn’t come until the early hours of the next day. Don’t know why this is.

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  4. A very usable layout!! Love the flowers!

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