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Spring has Sprung!

April 10, 2018

Hello everyone, this is Luciana here with a new post that I hope will inspire you!
Today we will create a fun and sophisticated flower bouquet card. I played with the individual stamped flowers and leaves plus some die cut leafy branches and this is the result!

Here’s how to create it:

Step 1: Cut a piece of patterned paper 8″ x 8″ to form the base of the card. (Options: Make a flat card as shown or make a top-fold square card base.)  Using a piece of Kraft brown paper form the wrapping for the bouquet, just like what the florist would use.
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Step 2: Using the Color My Flowers Clear Stamp set stamp some flowers and leaves onto White Soft Finish Cardstock.
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Step 3: Color the images with watercolors (as shown) or with your favorite markers or colored pencils and then die cut the images using the coordinating dies.
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Step 4: Die cut and color assorted leaf pieces using the Trio of Leaves die set (6 or 7 pieces), using different shades of green on each piece for variety.
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Step 5:  Arrange all the pieces inside the florist wrap from Step 1, using foam tape between some of the layers for dimension within the arrangement.
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Step 6: Stamp the sentiment “Spring Fever” or another sentiment of choice with black ink onto White Soft Finish Cardstock. Cut around the sentiment for a rectangular banner and distress the edges with a sepia ink pad. Adhere the bouquet to the square card.
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I really hope you have enjoyed this tutorial! Thank you for stopping by.
Luciana

Supplies:
Elizabeth Craft Designs:


Other:
Distress Ink – Vintage Photo, Pumice Stone, Brushed Corduroy
Archival Ink – Black
Watercolors and paintbrush
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4 Comments

  • Reply Kathleen Adams April 10, 2018 at 4:29 pm

    Really lovely card! I think the use of the bag is soooo clever! I may steal that idea. Thanks so much for sharing.

  • Reply Nancy Yoder April 10, 2018 at 7:23 am

    Love ur clever mind in thinking outside of the box, as in a traditional card!
    Great use of the dies/stamps!

  • Reply Nancy V April 10, 2018 at 7:10 am

    Beautiful card Luciana, is there a photo of the entire card?

  • Reply Angelique April 10, 2018 at 7:02 am

    This technique is wonderful especially for a person like me who loves flowers but hate to see them die,lol.
    I can’t wait to try this. Thank you so much for sharing!😊

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