- floral paper, from a 12"x12" paper pad 'Flowers Blooming' by Craft Sensations - The Range. Check this out if you can as the pad only cost £4!
- Arianna Lace Die Set - Heartfelt Creations HCD747
- gerbera flower - Elizabeth Craft Designs
- tag dies/Multi Tag Die Set - Tonic
- glitter jewels - Creative Expressions
- sweet plum Memento Ink Pad - Tsukineko
- oval dies - Creative Expressions
Monday, 3 September 2018
Good morning all....
A very floral offering for you today!
I started with a 7" white card base and added a panel of deep purple card then lilac card and, finally, the pretty floral paper
A strip of purple card was cut to size and embossed then a smaller piece of the floral paper was cut and adhered to the purple card prior to adhering both onto the side of the base card
I then die cut one of the die sets in white card, from Heartfelt Creations, and adhered that onto the card
The flower was die cut and coloured after the die cutting as I wanted several shades of colour to it, then glued into the centre of the white card. Presenting flowers this way gives a different dimension to the finished item
Two tag dies were used, the larger one die cut from the purple card. It had a piece of double sided adhesive sheet on the card prior to cutting then the backing paper was removed and glitter jewels sprinkled over the card
A Memento ink pad was used to stamp the sentiment onto the lilac card then it was die cut using the smallest tag die from the set
I continued the colour theme inside the card with oval die cuts in purple and lilac and will add a verse at a later date
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