Festive Holly Tri-Fold Card

 

Elegant Cardinals

Products Used:

Stamp Mat PadD110305

Designer Dries Clear Adhesive159723
Metal Tip for Adhesive Bottles352854
Memento Dye Ink Pad – Tuxedo BlackTSMP900
Deluxe Flower Shaping KitHCST1-401
Scor-Pal Measuring & Scoring Board173842
Water Lily Cling Stamp SetHCPC-3725
Water Lily DieHCD1-790
Glue Tip PinsPIN6
Festive Holly Paper CollectionHCDP1-280
Festive Holly & Cardinals Cling Stamp SetHCPC-3791

Other Products: Neenah White Cardstock, Westcott Brand Trimmer/Scissors, Copics: R35, R37, R39, G05, G09, C1, C3, Y19 Blender Pen, Fiskar Circle Cutter, Scrapiniec, Glue Gun, Momenta Embellishment, Flatback Pearl (white)

Watch this video on how to shape the water lily here

Watch this tutorial for tips on using the Festive Holly collection https://youtu.be/PufXslTDQhs.
Instructions: Take your Neenah white cardstock and score 4″ and agan 4″. The card itself will measure 8.5 x 4.5″.  When you score you will get the uneven folds for the card. Cover with paper from the Festive Holly paper collection using your designer dries clear adhesive. 

 


Stamp Water Lily’s in Tuxedo black ink and diecut using coordinating die. Shape using your deluxe flower shaping kit to mold the petals. You will use 1 large and 1 medium cuts for each of the full flowers. Color using your copic R35 then R37 followed by R39 to add depth. The center will be colored using Y19. Shape using your deluxe flower shaping kit to mold the petals. Glue together staggered. Cut your colored image using a circle die and add the molding by Scrapiniec to the outer edge of your card. Use your glue gun to adhere your finished flowers to the card for a nice strong hold.

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