Hey y’all! Stephanie here from Coffee Stamps Chaos! How are you holding up? At the time of writing this, we are about 6 weeks into our state's stay-at-home order. I am playing midwife to my cat, she just had 3 babies and it’s taking all my self control not to spend every waking second in there mother henning over them - hehe. I know their momma is doing a good job with them. They are healthy and adorable!
For the most part, things are calm around my house, there are times when it’s not at all, I have four kids at home, that are “homeschooling” - I use the term loosely because we are kind of approaching things at our own pace, it’s not a race, right? To say this has been a major transition is an understatement, but we are surviving.
Today I want to share this fun card I made using a layered rose die set I got! I was so excited about this and I have been anxiously waiting to share this project with all of you! I thought it was fun and pretty easy to make. Die-cutting is my jam and it’s easy when I have such beautiful Cardstock Warehouse papers to choose from.
For this project you will need:
- Cardstock Warehouse Cardstock
- Die-cutting machine
- Flower die cut set of your choice
- Background shape die set
- Your favorite adhesive
- Foam Tape
- Glitter Spray
- Die-cut the rose layers - I did this for all three colors
- Die-cut the leaf layers - I did this a few times using Spearmint so I’d have lots of leaves
- Die-cut the background layers - 1 each of Sno Cone and Pergamenata Parchment
- Add Versamark to edges, this makes them a little darker around the sides
- Assemble Flower layers
- glue the two bottom layers together
- Glue the top layers together
- You will have two pieces - I added foam tape to the back of the top layer of each rose to give them dimension
- Assemble Leaf layers
- Arrange flowers to your liking on your label panel
- Glue them down or use foam tape for added dimension. Dimension adds interest to your project as a whole.
- Once my background panel was assembled, I spritzed it with shimmer spray because shimmer makes everything better, am I right?
- After I had my label layer assembled, spritzed and dry, I added foam tape to the back of it and put it on my card base.
- At the end, I added a few enamel dots and now it's all done!
Thanks for hanging out with me! I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and I hope you will share your creations using Cardstock warehouse papers with us so we can oooohhh and awwwwe over your projects! You may even be featured on the Cardstock warehouse social media platforms. You can use the hashtag #cardstockwarehouse for a chance to be featured on our Instagram and Facebook pages!
I look forward to sharing a new project with you next month, but until then, don’t forget to check back for lots of other super cute projects from the rest of the Design Team - they are all SUPER talented!
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