Wednesday, July 22, 2015
I started with a kraft cardstock base, cut and scored to 4.25x5.5. Next, I chose a pretty patterned paper and cut that to the same size as my front panel for the card and adhered it.
Next, I took a piece of the Shimmering Cardstock in Green Envy and cut that to 4x5.25. I rounded two corners and then stamped the Sheena Optimism Leaf in Delicata, Golden Glitz. I also heat embossed the leaves. Too bad you can't tell in the photos, but it's so pretty in person!
For the sentiment, I took a piece of vellum and inked up the quote from the Sentimentals, Vintage set with Staz-On Midi Ink in Ganache. I glued that the the green embossed leaf panel and added a simple white with gold fleck twine around the top of that piece and tied a simple ribbon. I added several white enamel dots as well for some interest on the right side of the card. Then, I glued that entire panel to the flower paper with some thick foam adhesive.
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