Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Spring Flowers




I guess I was trying to think spring today. It has been raining for what seems like days. We were out earlier and when I was at the store I walked through a beautiful display of spring flowers. I wish I could describe how wonderful all the colorful flowers smelled. So I figured that I would just have to create my own spring flowers at home. I hope that you like it.


Would you like to make this card? Here is how to do it:

Materials Used:

Heartfelt Creations Stamp Dainty Floral Border Pre Cut Set Product ID: HCPC 2103

White Cardstock 7 ⅞”x 10 ¾”, (3) 4”x 2 ¼”, (3) 2 ¼”x 2 ¼”

Yellow Cardstock 2 ⅜”x 4 ⅛”

Pink Cardstock 2 ⅜”x 4 ⅛”

Purple Cardstock 2 ⅜”x 4 ⅛”

Plaid Print Paper 7 ⅝” x 5 ⅛”

Versamark Watermark Ink Pad

White Embossing Powder

Memento Ink Pad Baby Pink

Stampabilities Ink Pad Lavender

Ink It Up Ink Pad Harvest Yellow

Pink Satin Ribbon ⅛” Wide

Purple Satin Ribbon ⅛” Wide

Yellow Satin Ribbon ⅛” Wide

Sponge

Pop Dots

Clear Rhinestones

Directions:

Score White Cardstock (7 ⅞”x 10 ¾”) at 5 ⅜”

Add Plaid Paper (7 ⅝” x 5 ⅛”) to card front

Attach one color of ribbon to each piece White Cardstock (4”x 2 ¼”) then attach each piece to matching cardstock

Stamp image on White Cardstock (3) (2 ¼”x 2 ¼”) with Versamark Ink Pad and add white embossing powder and heat set

Using a sponge for each pastel colored ink apply color to each embossed square in a swirling motion to reveal the embossed white image. Color will show in the areas around the stamped floral image also known as reverse heat embossing. Apply matching color ink around the stamped and sponged squares.


Attach stamped image to top section of ribbon with pop dots

Add bows to ribbon

Add Rhinestones in center of flowers


1 comment:

  1. Very pretty and yes a wonderful Spring card! ;D

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