I love these smaller stamps and dies of the Coneflower and field barley it's
so nostalgic. . . . . .
Backyard Blossoms from Heartfelt Creations
YOU WILL NEED:-
|HCDP1-290 - Backyard
Blossoms Collection paper pad|
HCST1-401 - Delux Flower Shaping Kit
HCD1-7181 - Backyard Blossoms die set
HCPC-3827 - Backyard Blossoms stamp set
HCD1-7182 - Garden’s Edge Coneflower die set
HCPC-3828 - Garden’s Edge Coneflower stamp set
HCD1-7120 - Fleur Border Basics die set
White card. Stampin Up! Inks:- Pear Pizzazz, Rich Razzleberry, Peekaboo Peach, So Saffron, Early Espresso, Pool Party. Princess Pink Chalk Cloud blending ink (Cosmic Shimmer). Green ribbon
Cut 3 pieces of card:- 5” x 4.5”, 5.5” x 4 ¼ “ & 5.5” x 2.5” – Score both the 5.5” card at 5"
Use the 5” x 4.5” piece as the back of the card, die cut to tops using the Fleur Border Basics die to shape the tops of each piece of card - being careful to die cut the centre card flowing in the opposite direction to the other 2 pieces. Edge with Pool Party ink
Trim the .5” tags on the 2 smallest pieces of card and adhere the pieces together ensuring that the tags are glued at the front of the card. (These will be covered by the paper)
Select your paper from the pad and cut a strip slightly smaller than 5”. Die cut the pieces to match the shape of the tops of the white card, edge around the paper with Pool Party ink and adhere to the card base
Stamp the cone flowers and backyard blossoms in Early Espresso ink and colour using sponge daubers before die cutting all the pieces. I used Rich Razzleberry and pink chalk cloud for the cone flowers.
Create a bow and adhere to the lower front edge of the card. Add the die cut flowers to the card using hot glue and use wet glue to hold the stems in place at the bottom.
Find the sentiment strip and cut to size, add to the card using hot glue. When the glue has hardened you can add a few more flowers to the sentiment strip to give a deeper definition at the front of the card
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