- White card ~ Papermill Direct
- Matting Basics B Die Set ~ Spellbinders
- Lattice frame ~ Shadow Box/CE
- Kraft card ~ CE
- White satin ribbon ~ Club Green
- Rose Creations Die Set ~ Spellbinders
- Twisted Metal Tags and Accents Die Set ~ Spellbinders
- Sentiment ~ CE
- Adirondack Ink Pad ~ Ranger
- White crepe paper ~ The Range
- Brads ~ Hobby House
- Platinum Machine ~ Spellbinders
Wednesday, 29 November 2017
CREPE PAPER FLOWERS AND KRAFT CARD
Hi, thank you for stopping by....
I created a top folding, 5"x7" white card base using the Matting Basics B Die Set
The other day I came across the white lattice background (now sorting my storage boxes in my craft room) and I'm not 100% sure but I think it's from the 'shadow box' die set by Sue Wilson. It's this particular piece that inspired the card
I adhered it to a panel of kraft card then added white satin ribbon around the centre
The sentiment,was stamped onto white card, using an Adirondack Ink Pad in 'caramel', and die cut, a second die cut was made, with the kraft card, as I wanted to create a shadow
I folded over the white crepe paper 4 times and die cut the flowers and added a coloured brad to the centres. I scrunched the flowers and tweaked the petals which gave a lovely 'fluffy' peony affect
I also die cut the leaves, from the same flower die set, and two swirls from kraft card and coloured around the edges of the leaves. I left the swirls in the die to add the same colour to them
To complete the sentiment, flowers, leaves and swirls were then adhered to the card
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