Flowers on Vellum

Welcome to a Heartfelt Wednesday Creations day!
Instructions: To create this card take your Swirl Frame die and diecut on white cardstock. For the center die you will diecut with silver foil paper. Once done using the center die again take some Young at Heart paper in yellow and diecut, but you will only use the center that is diecut and place inside. Glue all the die pieces together.

Now take the classic petunia die and apply some VersaMark ink and stamp a total of 7 sets. Now apply the embossing powder to the stamped images and heat set to get the nice white outline. Once done color each with the Chameleon pens in yellow and orange on the side that the powder is applied.   When finished take the coordinating die and diecut.

To form the flowers you will simply bend each of the petals in half. Alternate the flowers by facing the embossed side up and the next flower the embossed side facing down. This gives the flower and nice look by having a bright color facing up and then the soft pastel side facing down. 
Align the flowers in a circle surrounding the die and glue with your glue gun. Once complete fussy cut a sentiment from the Young at Heart collection and glue along the top of the card and then apply some fussy cut leaves to complete the look.
 

PRODUCTS USED  

HCPC-3785 Small Classic Petunia 
HCD1-7139Small Classic Petunia Die 
HCD2-7191 Intricate Swirls Frames Die 
HCD1-7179 Butterfly Kisses Decorative Die
HCS1-459-1 Pearl Stamens Small
RPJ685 Embossing Powder White 

HCDP1-283 Young at HeartPaper Collection 
HCD1-7173 Small Sweet Peony Die 
HCDP1-288 Sweet Peony Paper Collection 
HCPP3-452 12 x 12 Cardstock Pack of 25 – White 
D110305 Stamp Mat Pad 
31510 Funnel Tray 
411231 5pc. Acrylic Block Set 
159723 Designer Dries Clear Adhesive
352854 Metal Tip for Adhesive Bottles 
PIN6 Glue Tip Pins

Other Products:
VersaMark Watermark Ink, Heat Tool, Glue Gun, Vellum Paper



 

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