Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Three Cards using "Timeless" Paper Pad

Hello hello

Today's share is a set of three shabby chic cards

You can watch the video here if you would like.

I bought a 6" patterned paper pad from K Mart by Anko called "Timeless". I have not used their papers before and thought I would try them out. I have to say the papers were fine to work with and very pretty. Some of them were foiled too.

I cut all of the card bases from A4 sized 270gsm smooth white cardstock. I have made one card that is 
5 1/4" square and for the other 2, I cut the A4 cardstock to 11 1/2" long and then cut it down the middle lengthways to make two top folding cards that are 5 3/4" x 4 1/8"

All of the patterned papers have had their edges inked and the square card and one of the others has had the patterned papers distressed.

I create several sheets of computer generated sentiments in various sizes and fonts and this is what I have used on all of these cards.

Let's start with the square card.

I have used 3 patterned papers on this card. The pink spot is 5 1/4" square, the foiled green paper is 5 1/4" x 3" and the floral paper is 5 1/4" x 1 1/4". As I said before the edges of these papers have been distressed and inked.

A piece of Finnabair lace was also cut to 5 1/4" and added to the layers, between the green and the floral papers.

Flowers from my stash were used to decorate the card. The pink flower is silk (I think it is Prima but not positive), the tiny roses are Kaisercraft's Mini Paper Blooms in Fairy Floss. I don't know what brand the fussy cut flowers are as I have not kept the packaging and the gold flower was made with my foiling kit and my Scan N Cut.

The sentiment was matted on some of the pink spot paper and attached to the card using foam tape.

Now to the second card. 

I have used two patterned papers on this card.
The white foiled paper is 3 7/8" x 5 1/2" and the floral paper is 3 5/8" x 5 1/4"

The white foiled banner is 1 1/4" x 3 1/2" and matted onto plain white cardstock and the floral banner is 3/4" x 2 3/4" and also matted onto white cardstock. The small banner is attached to the larger banner with double sided tape and the banner assembly is attached to the card using foam tape.

Aileens Original Tacky glue was used to attach the silk flower (another Prima one I think) on top of the banner assembly. I used the same glue to attach the crochet cotton, that had been twisted up to look like a bow, under the flower.

The sentiment is matted on two of the patterned papers and some white cardstock and attached to the card with foam tape.

And our last card for today.

I chose four papers from the pad for this card.
The foiled pink paper is 3 7/8" x 5 1/2", the dark floral is 3 3/8" x 5", the pink spot is 3 1/8" x 4 3/4" and the top floral is 2 1/2" x 4".

A piece of lace from the same Finnabair bundle was also added to the layers, it is 5 3/4" long, and is positioned between the bottom two layers.

I have added a piece of cheese cloth to the embellishment cluster on this card. Another of the foiled flowers I made on my ScanN Cut and a couple of flowers from my stash complete the embellishments on this card.

The sentiment has been matted on a piece of the spotty paper and attached to the card using foam tape.

Well that's it for today. Thank you for spending some of your day here with me.

Don't forget to have a look at the video. You might also like to subscribe to my YouTube channel if you don't already.

Till next time
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Saturday, August 1, 2020

August challenge over at Mystical Scrapbooks

Hi there friends

Today I am sharing a layout I have created for the August challenge over at Mystical Scrapbooks.

The video for this layout can be found here.

My challenge is to use a handmade textile embellishment on your layout. It can be any embellishment so long as it is hand made and made from textiles, ie flowers, banners, stars, hearts etc made from fabric, wool, lace, felt etc

Last month I shared a video showing how to make two styles of fabric flowers, you might find that helpful in the creation of your embellishment.

I have used three of the flowers I made in that video on this layout. 

The flower cluster also includes some paper flowers in a pale green

I have used modelling paste through a stencil (Kaisercraft Tribal Collage) and then applied Mustard Seed Distress Ink through a different stencil (Kaisercraft Floral) to the white cardstock base.

An assortment of stamps were also added to the background using Broken China Distress Ink and StazOn Jet Black Ink.

I have used Effie & Vonnie papers from the Love & Grace collection by Colourblast.

I also added some burlap ribbon  and some white tassel ribbon to the right hand edge of my photo.

If you would like to join in this challenge you will find it here. Why not check it out you may win the monthly prize.

Don't forget you can see the layout video here, and the flower making video here.

Thanks for spending some of your day here with me today
Till next time

Monday, July 27, 2020

Anniversary Card 2020

Good morning friends

In June it was my 47th wedding anniversary so I made a card for my husband. I would like to share that card with you now and explain how it was constructed.

You can watch the video here if you would like.

I wanted to include a wedding photo in the card so I decided to make it a tri-fold card.

As is my usual practise all of the cardstock, patterned papers and embellishments have had their edges inked with black.

To make the card base I cut 3 pieces of white 300gsm cardstock

                No. 1. 1 @ 8 1/2" x 6"
                No. 2. 1 @ 1" x 6"
                No. 3. 1 @ 4" x 6"

I scored piece No. 1 at 4 1/4" to make a folded card that was 4 1/4" x 6". 

Piece No. 2 was folded at 1/2" so it was 1/2" x 6".

I used the 1" piece as a hinge to join the 4" wide piece to the folded card base thereby creating the tri fold.

A full panel heart die was used to cut the plain blue cardstock for the front of the card. Once this was cut I trimmed it down to the same size as the front of the card base (4 1/4" x 6") and used glue to attach it.

To create the large heart on the front of the card I cut Ultimate Crafts ULT57570 heart die from both black and white cardstock so I could use the black frame around the white centre. I used glue to attach these.

The greeting was printed from my computer, trimmed to size, matted on some of the blue cardstock and attached on top of the heart die-cut using foam tape.

To decorate the top of the right hand panel I cut a piece of the plain blue cardstock to 3" x 6" and used a Martha Stewart heart punch to punch along one of the 6" edges. I attached this piece to the right hand edge of the panel and attached the little strip of cardstock that was cut from the blue cardstock, by the punch, to the lefthand edge of the panel.

I used Paper Shapers "Folk Heart" punch in two sizes to punch two large and one small heart from white cardstock. I ran these through my Big Shot with a Sizzix embossing folder. I attached them to the panel with Aileen's Original Tacky Glue.

Next I matted my photo on some white cardstock that measures 3 3/4" x 5 1/2". This was then matted on top a piece of blue cardstock that measures 4" x 5 3/4". My photo assembly was then attached to the inside centre panel of the card.

The right and left inside side panels have a piece of Kaisercraft's patterned paper from their Wonderland 6 1/2" paper pad cut to 3 5/8" x 5 3/4" attached close to the fold line and a piece of 1/2" x 5 3/4" blue cardstock attached 1/8" from the outside edge of the card.

The left hand panel has another 3 hearts attached that were treated the same as the ones on the front of the right hand panel.

Die-Namics High Rise Numbers die was used to cut the "47" from black cardstock and Kaisercraft's Alphabet Upper Case dies were used to cut the word "years", also in black cardstock. These were attached to the card using the same glue that I had used to attach the hearts.

The panel on the right is where I wanted to write my personal message so I cut a piece of white cardstock to 2 1/2" x 3 3/4", matted that onto a piece of the blue cardstock that measures 2 5/8" x 3 7/8". This was then attached to the card.

We went out for a lovely lunch at the beach, although it was not really beach weather. We were inside the restaurant though so the weather did not make that much difference. A relaxing afternoon and evening with some crafting time, completed a great day.

Thank you for sharing part of your day here with me today.

Don't forget to check out the video if you have some spare time.

Until next time
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Monday, July 20, 2020

Two Fabric Flower making Techniques

Hi there friends

Today I would like to share a video with you that shows how to create two different styles of fabric flowers.

You can use any fabric to create these flowers although I find that the softer the fabric the nicer the flower tends to sit.

I have used an assortment of tulles and meshes to make eleven flowers. These flowers are very quick to make and can be made in any colour to suit your project.

You do not need any special tools for this task. A pair of scissors, your fabrics, a needle and cotton and something for the centres of your flowers.

I have used a combination of brads and gems for my centres.

You can view the video here.

I hope you try these techniques, I would love to see any flowers that you make.

Happy crafting

Monday, July 13, 2020

Hippie Love Layout

Good morning folks

Today I am sharing a layout I created as part of my Design Team work at Off The Rails Scrapbooking.

This is the Mood Board. Isn't it great. I love the hippie/flower power era. Why not pop over there and check it out. There are prizes to be won and the mood board is so bright and cheery.

This is the layout I created.

I have videoed the process of creating this page and you can watch the video here.

The papers I have used for this layout are from Kaisercraft's Bombay Sunset range.They are so bright and colourful, just what I was looking for. I also used some plain magenta, yellow and orange cardstock.

The edges of all of the papers were distressed using my Prima distress tool and inked using my Versa Color black ink cube.

I trimmed my background patterned paper to 11 1/4" x 11 1/4" and cut the middle from the magenta cardstock leaving a 1 1/2" frame. The patterned paper was then attached to the frame using double sided tape. A piece of yellow cardstock that measures 7" x 1/4" was tucked under the patterned paper at the top left hand of the layout.                                 

To create the layers to go behind the photo I cut the turquoise paper 6 1/2" x 9" and tore along the bottom edges. A piece of the yellow cardstock was cut to 1/2" x 7 3/4" and the striped paper was cut to                      1 1/4" x 7 1/4".

I also cut some small pieces of the Orange (2 3/4" x 3/4"), Stripe (2 1/2" x 3/4") and Turquoise(2" x 3/4") papers to create a small cluster at the top left hand of the layout

The 7" x 5" photo was distressed and then matted on a piece of Orange cardstock that measures 5 1/4" x 7 1/4"

I took all of the pieces of patterned paper, photo and the layout base to the sewing machine and stitched a border around them all with white cotton.

All of the pieces were then attached to the layout base.

I cut the peace sign, Love and Flower Power elements from the mood board picture that I had printed out and gave them a coat of Glossy Accents. I wanted to use them to embellish my layout.

I used a paper Shaper punch called Retro Flowers to punch two sizes of the flowers. I scanned the flower into my Scan N Cut and resized it down so I could have some smaller ones as well. I cut an assortment of sizes and colours to create a banner/garland across the bottom of the photo. I also added a few to the hair section of the photo. 

I attached the peace sign with foam tape so it sat above the cluster at the top of the page. Using four strands of embroidery floss I stitched down from the cluster and glued a small flower at the end of each one to create a dream catcher.

I used a Poinsettia die to cut some leaves from the turquoise paper to add to the flower garland.

Once the flowers were glued in place I added some gems to the centres to add some contrast and bling.

I matted the Love word on white cardstock because it got lost in the background and then added it to the layout. I used foam tape behind the heart for a little added interest.

Lastly I used my fineline bottle that has watered down white acrylic paint in it to trace around the peace sign in the top cluster. This made a big difference.

Don't forget, you can watch the video here

Thank you for spending some of your time here with me today

Until next time
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Saturday, July 11, 2020

Mystical Scrapbooking Cyber Crop for July

Hi everyone.

Today I am sharing my Design Team layout for the July Cyber Crop over at Mystical Scrapbooking.

As usual I have videoed the process and you can see the video here.

This is the inspiration photo:- (by sewyeah)

The inspiration I took from this picture was circles, stripes, flowers, red, white and grey.

This is my layout:-

I used 2 sheets of white cardstock, one being the base of the layout.

I cut 2 @ 1/2" x 12" pieces of Family & Co - Good Times paper and attached them to the top and the bottom of the layout base.

Next I cut 2 @ 1/2" x 12" pieces of Linen Cardstock in Kookaburra and attached to the layout base butted up to the Good Times paper.

The second piece of white cardstock was trimmed to 10 1/2" x 12",  distressed on the 12" edges and attached to the layout.

Next I used a 13@rts stencil and some Modelling Paste to create a few circles of paste to the page. While the paste was still wet I sprinkled some Artquest Mini Prills in Hot Mama over the paste and pressed them into the paste and set them aside to dry.

The layers behind the photos are:-

                    The plaid paper - Family & Co - Family Matters  is 7" x 4"
                    The red patterned paper Family & Co - Our House is 5" x 8"
                    The Kookaburra cardstock is 5 1/2" x 6 1/2"
                    The starry paper - Family & Co - Good Times is 3 1/4" x 7 1/4"

The bottom edge of each of these papers was then torn and all of the edges were inked with black ink.

The photo is 4" x 4 1/2" and is matted on white cardstock (4 1/4" x 4 3/4") and some textured red cardstock (4 1/2" x 5"). The photo has foam attached to the back to give it some height when it is attached to the layout.

I used some red cardstock to die cut three flowers, and the Kookaburra cardstock to die cut some leaves.

Using StazOn Jet Black Ink I stamped onto the flowers and leaves with a circle stamp.

After I assembled the flowers I attached a clear crystal to the centre of each one. These were then clustered with the die cut leaves and some Small white Gardenia flowers around the bottom left of the photo.

Fancy Pant - Family & Co Chipboard Stickers were used as part of the title. 
The "Love" part of the title is 13@rts chipboard that I have heat embossed with black embossing powder.

You can watch the video for this layout here.

I hope my layout has inspired you to try the Cyber Crop Challenge over at Mystical Scrapbooking.

Thanks for spending part of your day here with me today.

Till next time
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Wednesday, July 8, 2020

DT Layout for Mystical Scrapbooking July 2020 Challenge


Today I am sharing my first layout as a Design Team member over at Mystical Scrapbooking

The theme for July is "Christmas In July" and then there are two challenges within that theme.

The challenge I have created this layout for is to use Gold, Torn Paper Edges and Stars on your project. It does not have to be a Christmas project but I have taken the opportunity to document the new Christmas Tree I bought a couple of years ago

I have posted a video on my YouTube channel that shows how this page came together. You can see the video here

This is the layout

I started by cutting a triangle that is 9" high by 8" wide from white cardstock. This is the base for the Christmas tree embellishment.

I tore strips of Kaisercraft's Starry Night Magic that were approximately 1/2" wide and attached them to the cardstock triangle so they slightly overlapped. I used my finger nail to lift the torn edges of the paper to give the tree some nice texture. I then attached craft foam to the back of the triangle so that when I attached it to the layout it would have some dimension.

The white cardstock background was splattered with some watered down Gold acrylic paint.

I attached the Christmas Tree to the left hand edge of the layout so it had about 3" overhanging. I trimmed this off with my scissors and attached the off cut to the right hand edge of the layout.

For the base of my trees I used the "25" square from Kaisercraft's Starry Night Marvellous paper. I wrapped some blue ribbon around the panel before I attached it. I did not add ribbon to the tree base on the right.

To decorate my page I stamped the parcels from Kaisercraft's Christmas Edition and Merry Christmas stamp sets and also SEI's Christmas Mint stamp set. I used StazOn Jet Black ink to do my stamping because I wanted to colour the parcels.

The parcels were coloured using Docrafts Artiste Spritzing Ink in Gold and Tattered Angels Chalkboard spray in Teal High Heel. I applied the colour using my aqua brush. The touches of red and green were added using Dylusions Paint pen in Cherry Pie and a green felt tipped marker.

When I attached the parcels to the layout some were attached using glue and some were mounted using foam tape.

The gold stars were cut on my Scan N Cut from some gold sticker paper. I cut an assortment of sizes and scattered them randomly on the trees.

The photos were matted on an SEI paper called Glitzmas and the title was cut on my Scan N Cut from this same paper.

The photo on the left is attached to the layout using glue and the one on the right is attached using foam tape.

The title is attached with glue.

Just a reminder, you can see the video here if you would like to see this page being created.

Thanks for spending part of your day here with me today

Till next time
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Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Let Your Heart Take Flight Art Journal page.

Good morning.

Today's post is about an art journal page I created. This page did not start out like this. I was three quarters of the way through the page and decided that I did not like it so gave it a couple of coats of Gesso and started again. 

You can watch the video for this page here if you would like. I might be easier to follow.

Once the Gesso had dried I used Kaisercraft's Tribal Collage stencil and Mont Marte Modelling paste to randomly place more texture on the background.

To colour the background I used three blue acrylic paints and a sponge to cover the top two thirds of the page and three green acrylic paints to cover the bottom area. I used a baby wipe to remove some of the paint from the raised areas on the page.

The paints I used are Duncan brand and are from my ceramic days over 25 years ago. The colours are True Blue, Summer Blue, Navy, Chiffon Green, Spring Green and Deep Turquoise.

Deep Red's Water Droplet Background stamp was used to stamp randomly over the background with Jet Black Archival Ink. I also used Donna Salazar's Twiggy stamp and Fern Green Archival ink to stamp over the green section of the page, coming up slightly into the blue area to give the look of grass.

My original page used houses as the focal point but I decided to go for something a bit smaller and found some images of bird houses on the internet at I printed the images out, scanned them into my computer and resized them to the size I thought would be suitable. I printed a couple out, one larger than the other, onto white card stock and fussy cut them out.

To make the posts for the bird houses I stamped Kaisercraft's Woodgrain Stamp onto some cardstock using StazOn Jet Black ink

So if you have bird houses you have to have birds right. I stamped Dylusion's Put a Bird on It birds onto white cardstock and fussy cut them out too.

I used Derivan Matisse Matt Medium to collage all of the images on to the page.

Once the Matt Medium had dried I used my Twinkling H2O's to colour all of the images.

I have used Ginger Peach, Cinnamon Stick, Pink Azalea Ruby Red, Burnt Umber, Butterscothch, Majestic Blue, Mustard Green, Copper Penny, Snap Dragon, Irish Mist and Lemon Drop.

I used my alcohol marker to shade the images so they had a bit more depth to them.
A combination of my Zig fineline marker and The Art Studio's Permanent Marker, both in black, were used to outline and add detail all of the images.

I wanted to use my Faber Castell Big Brush markers to shade around the outside of the images so I gave my page a spray with Boyle's Clear Matt Spray so none of the colour would reactivate and smudge as I did the shading.

All of the shading was done with the Dark Indigo Big Brush Marker.

I keep some slightly watered down acrylic paint in both black and white in a fineliner bottle so I used both of these to add a border around the outside edge of the page.

The page was looking a bit too dark and I wanted to add a bit of a lift. I used a couple of paper punches and punched some flowers, in different sizes, from white cardstock.

These were attached to the page using Aileen's Original Tacky Glue. The yellow centres are Bright Yellow Scribbles, another product from my ceramic days, which is similar to Nuvo Drops.

To create the quote for the page I used a clear stamp that came with a magazine at some stage, stamped this onto some white cardstock with the black StazOn ink and cut it up to the sizes I wanted. The pieces were attache using Matt Medium. Once they were dry I used the black fineliner bottle to give each word a rough outline.

That completed this page. I have to say it did take me quite a while, but I am happy with it now.

Don't forget, pop over and check out my video if you have time.

Thanks for spending part of your day here with me today

Till next time
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Wednesday, June 24, 2020

"Our Girls" Layout

Good morning,

Today's post shares a scrapbooking layout that I created using a 12" x 12" paper pad from DCWV called Navy Florals.

I have recorded the process and you can watch the video here if you would like to see this page come together.

I have chosen The background and four patterned papers from the pad.

To create the background for the layout I trimmed the dark grey paper to 11.5" x 11.5" and using 13@rts Dots and Numbers stencil I applied Mont Marte Modelling Paste through the stencil with my palette knife in random areas so that it would poke out from behind the patterned papers when they were attached to the page.

I then cut a 1" frame from a 12" x 12" piece of white cardstock and when the Modelling Paste was dry I used double sided tape to attach the dark grey paper to the white frame so an even amount of white showed around each edge of the grey.

Now it was time to cut my patterned papers:-
                                            patterned paper No 1. (light blue)  6" x 4"
                                            patterned paper No 2. (black floral) 8" x 6", 2.5" x 1" & 5" x 0.5"
                                            patterned paper No 3. (apricot) 9" x 2" & 2.25" x 0.75"
                                            patterned paper No 4. (pale pink) 2.5" x 1.75" - cut a fishtail 0.05" into
                                                                                                  one of the narrow sides.

All of the paper edges were then inked with Versa Color black ink.

Each of these papers are then matted onto white cardstock so there is a 1/16" white border around each edge of the papers. The edges were inked again.

The photo is matted the same way

All of the patterned papers are then attached to the background using double sided tape.

I used a Poinsettia die to cut enough layers to create three flower. I cut these in the pale blue, apricot and a plain pink cardstock from my scraps bin. The leaves were cut from a Kaisercraft Deck the Halls off cut.

To assemble the flowers I inked the edges with the same black ink pad and rolled the petals around a metal spike to give then dimension. The layers were attached in the middle with glue so the petals of each layer are staggered. A clear gem added to the middle completed each flower.

I used the same process to give the leaves some dimension.

Using dies I cut three hearts and a bow from the papers that are already on the page.

All of the embellishments were then attached to the page using either a hot glue gun or liquid glue.

The title uses Krafter's Korner Wooden Letter Set letters which are just over 1/2" tall. These are also attached using glue.

If you want to see how I made the flowers you can see them being made here.

Thank you for spending some of your day here with me today.

Till next time
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Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Three More Velum Cards

Good morning,

A few weeks ago I made three cards using velum in different ways. I enjoyed making these cards so much that I decided to make three more using heat embossed velum flowers on each one.

You can watch them come together in this video

Two of the cards are white on white and one has some colour.

Let's start with the coloured one.

I am using a 5 1/8" square card base for this card. I cut a piece of yellow cardstock 4 7/8" square and a piece of white cardstock 4 5/8" square. I embossed the white piece with a damask style Cuttlebug embossing folder, inked the edges of the yellow and the white cardstock with black Versa Color ink and attached them to the card base.

Using Heartfelt Creations Delicate Asters stamp set I stamped one large and two of each of the other flowers and 3 of the leaves onto iridescent  velum. I added yellow embossing powder to the flowers and a pale green embossing powder to the leaves. I bought the embossing powders many years ago in a set that had about 10 - 12 small containers of assorted colours of embossing powder.

All of the embossed items were then fussy cut and the flowers were layered onto each other and attached with a dot of glue in the centre. A yellow gem was added to complete the flowers.

The flowers and leaves were then attached to the front of the card using glue once again, making sure that the glue was in a place that would not be seen once everything was in place.

To create the sentiment I used a stamp from the Hero Arts set called Small Greetings. I stamped this onto a piece of white cardstock using StazOn Jet Black ink. Once I had trimmed the cardstock to the size I wanted, I matted the greeting on some of the yellow cardstock I had used on the card and attached that to the front of the card so the bottom flower slightly overlapped it.

The second card is one of the white on white cards.

I cut this card base so I would have a square card measuring 5 1/4".

I used a die to cut the background embellishment from the same white cardstock that I had used to create the card base.

A piece of the same cardstock was also cut to 5 1/4" x 1 1/4". I wrapped some seam binding around this piece and tied a bow in the front. I used glue to adhere the seam binding to the cardstock strip and the strip to the card base.

To create the flowers I used an assortment of flower stamps from my stash. The stamps are, Embossing Arts Co 192-GB Giant Flowers, Annaleey Crafts Flower Square and Artee Stamps Cute Daisy. I stamped these onto the same velum that I used in the previous card, heat embossed them and then fussy cut them out. I used Wow Opaque Bright White Super Fine embossing powder on these flowers. I layered the flowers, off setting the petals from each other. A clear gem was added to the centres of the flowers to finish.

I used glue once again to add these to the front of the card.

The greeting was stamped on the same velum that the flowers are made from, using StazOn Jet Black ink. I think the stamp must have come on a magazine or something because I can not remember buying it.

I trimmed the greeting down to size and used glue behind the black lettering to attach it to the card.

The last card for today is also a white on white card.

The card base for this card is 5 1/8" square.

I heat embossed a piece of white cardstock with the same Wow white embossing powder and a stamp from a PaperArtsy stamp set. I am going to use this as my base layer on the front of my card so I trimmed it down to 4 7/8" square. I also used a piece of this cardstock that measures 4 7/8" x 1 3/4" across the front of the card. I used foam tape to attach this piece about 1" up from the bottom of the card.

Using the second flower and the two leaves from the stamp set I heat embossed 8 flowers and 4 leaves on some velum that had a white streak pattern through it. These were then fussy cut.

To add some dimension to my flowers I cut the spikey part of three of the flowers out and attached them on top of three flowers, creasing the petals up slightly so they did not sit flat.

I also added a clear gem to these three flowers

Once I was happy with the positioning of the flowers and leaves I used glue to attach them to the card front on top of the raised strip of embossed cardstock.

The greeting was another of the stamps in the Hero Arts Small Greetings stamp set. I stamped it on a scrap of the embossed cardstock that I used as the background. Cut it down to size and used foam tape to attach it to the card.

I would suggest you pop over to my YouTube channel and check out the video if my description is a bit vague to follow.

You will find the video here.

Thank you for spending some of your day here with me today

Till next time
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