Hello, back with some more of Sun Kissed Fleur Collection. I love creating these cards and sharing them with everybody. I have crafted pretty much all my life. My mom taught me so many crafty things when I was a little girl and I never stopped, and here I am on a wonderful design team doing the things I enjoy most. Heartfelt Creations has so many of the things I love about stamping. Beautiful stamps and die's that coordinate with one another. Now how much easier can it than that...
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Paper: Blue - Bazzill, Natural Smooth - Prism, Vanilla Glitter cardstock - Holiday Collection Matstack
Inks: Black - Memento, Copic's, YR30, Y23, Y26, G82, G85, G94, BG57, Smooch - Illuminate
Accessories: Morroccan Accents - Spellbinders, A2 Scalloped Borders One - Spellbinders, Pearls - Kaiser scrapbook
Card Base cut Natural Smooth 12 x 6 and score at 6". Cut blue 5 3/4 x 4 3/4. Cut pattern paper 5 1/2 x 4 1/2. Cut glitter paper 4 7/8 x 3 5/8. Cut blue 4 1/2 x 3 3/4. Cut pattern paper 4 3/8 x 3 1/8. Take base (Natural) using Scalloped Borders die, cut off bottom along with a decorative die. With the largest blue cardstock and the largest pattern paper cut bottoms using just a cut edge die. Adhere those 3 pieces together. Cut 2 corners using Moroccan Accents out of glitter paper and adhere one to the upper left corner and the other to the lower right corner of the small pattern paper. Now adhere the glitter paper, blue cardstock and pattern papers together. Center and adhere those to card. Stamp flowers (Sun Kissed Die) a couple of times. Color flowers and leaves with copic's. Now cut flowers and leaves using the Sun Kissed Die Cut. Stamp scroll and cut with scissors, stamp message inside of scroll and color flowers, add pop dots and adhere to center. The two largest flowers on scroll added extra petals so they would pop. For the largest flower at the bottom, used 3 layers of petals plus leaves. Placed pearls in centers of flowers, 3 pearls on each side near the top and 4 between scallops.
Hope to see you back here soon!