Wednesday, 30 May 2018

Just one word is all you need sometimes
Some more Coneflowers from Heartfelt Creations
I love orange and green together
HCDP1 -290 Backyard Blossoms Paper Pad
HCST1 - 401 Delux Flower Shaping Kit
HCD1-745 Luggage and Tags die
HCPC - 3826 Blossoming Coneflower stamp set
HCD1-7180 Blossoming Coneflower die set
7” x 7” white card base. White card. So Saffron cardstock, Old Olive ink (Stampin Up!). bakers twine. Black diamond stickles. Black glitter. Wet glue. Hot glue Ebony black crystal drops nuvo

Cut a 6 ¾ piece of green paper from the pad and adhere to the card base, leaving a thin white border

Cut another lighter green paper from the pad 6” x 6” and ink around the edges in old olive, glue this onto a piece of saffron card slightly smaller than 6 ½” square, and let the glue dry

When the glue has dried die cut the corner coneflowers die , through the 2 layers of card and paper. Use old olive to ink around the die cut shape. Adhere these two layers to the base card

Stamp the corner coneflowers and the blossoming coneflower onto white card and colour the petals and leafs (I used copics:- Y35, YR04, YR16, YR23, YG99, YG63 and YG67). Add Stickles to the centre of each flower and sprinkle a small amount of black glitter to add a bit more sparkle

When the stickles is dry, die cut the corner coneflowers and glue into the die cut aperture in the card

Die cut and shape the blossoming coneflower then tie a bakers twine bow to the stem, add to the card using hot glue

Die cut the cherish label and tie a bakers twine bow through the hole – shape the label and add to the card using hot glue
Finish with a set of 3 nuvo drops in each corner
Love making dots with these drops!
Thank you for popping by today.


  1. This is lovely! The colors are amazing....well done!

  2. Hey Cheryl...I love your beautiful card, especially how you shadowed the die cut! Amazing!

  3. Such an elegant card Cheryl! I love your amazing coloring and fabulous details!