- Cardstock Warehouse Cardstock Papers:
- Lockwood Green Colorplan 100lb
- Rose Quartz Metallic Stardream 105lb
- Azalea Metallic Stardream 105lb
- Pink Mirricard Mirror 100lb
- Bearly Art Glue
- Tufted Embossing Folder
- Leaf Sprig Die
- Small Flower Dies
First, I used some dies to cut flowers from the Azalea Metallic cardstock and leaf sprigs from Lockwood Green cardstock. If you do not have flower or leaf dies, you can cut some on an electronic die-cutting machine. Just search for "flower" and "leaves" or "vines." The Love sentiment was die cut from the Pink Mirricard Mirror cardstock. I also embossed the panel by using the Rose Quartz Metallic cardstock and tufted embossing folder.
I used Rose Quartz Metallic cardstock to create the card base. I cut the cardstock to 4.25 x 11 inches and scored it at 5.5 inches creating an A2 standard top folding card.
Next, I positioned the leaves on the panel resembling a heart.
I then placed the flowers on the leaves, and finished by adding the sentiment. Once I was happy with the placement, I adhered the components to the panel with Bearly Art glue.
I then used my glue to adhere the panel to the card base.
To add a final touch to the card, I added gold embellishments to the center of the flowers.
Here's what my card looks like now that it is finished!
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial, and it inspires you to create.
Sending love and hugs,
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