Saturday, 31 March 2018

Peonies & Pearls

March has been a busy month & I finally got some me time to play with the Heartfelt Creations Sweet Peony Collection & create this extra large card measuring 8" x 8"
Heartfelt Creations Products Used
Sweet Peony Paper Collection
Small Sweet Peony Cling Stamp Set
Small Sweet Peony Die 
Large Sweet Peony Cling Stamp Set
Large Sweet Peony Die
Regal Borders and Pockets Die
Circle Basics Large Die
Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit
Stack and Store Daubers-Pack 

Other Products: Archival Inks(Rose Madder, Magenta Hue,Leaf Green , Olive) Cream Card Base 8"x8", Paper Distresser, AmericanCraft Cardstock - Light Pink, Sticky Pearls, Heart of Gold Prills, Double Sided Tape, Foam Tape, Dries Clear Glue.
Choose the background paper from the Sweet Peony Paper Collection and cut to 7¾"x7¾" distress the edges and attach to the front of the base card.
Cut out one of the 6"x 6" background panels from the paper pad, using a paper trimmer cut out the pink square from the center then using the circle die cut out the center circle.
 Distress the edges of the two square pieces, attach the large square frame to the center of the card front, mount the pink frame with foam tape and place in the center of the large frame, attach the circle to the center of the pink frame, run a strip of sticky pearls around the outer edge of the circle.
From the light pink cardstock die cut two borders from the Regal Borders and Pockets Die set and adhere above and below the pink frame.
Stamp multiples of the large and small Sweet Peonies with Archival Ink Magenta Hue, using the dauber color with Archival Ink Rose Madder die cut with the matching dies and shape using the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit and add so prills to the center.
 . Stamp the leaves with Archival Ink - Olive and color with Archival Ink - Leaf Green.
Click here to see tutorial on How to Shape Sweet Peony 4 Different Ways
Cut out the sentiment from the paper pad and mount with foam tape and attach to the right side of the frame.
Using dries clear adhere the flowers and leaves around the frame.

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