Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Tutorial Tuesday - Pansy Patch

Here ya go, just a little late. 😘

•    Stamp Sets: Pansy Patch Bundle (155674)
•    Cardstock: Fresh Freesia (155613), Soft Succulent (155776), Basic White (159276), Evening Evergreen (155574), Daffodil Delight (119683)
•    Ink: Gorgeous Grape (147099), Highland Heather (147103), Fresh Freesia (155611)
•    Tools & Accessories: Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine (149653), Stitched So Sweetly Dies (151690), Genial Gems (155500), Simply Elegant Trim (155766), Fresh Freesia 3/8” Open Weave Ribbon (155615), Highland Heather Stampin’ Blends Combo Pack (154887), Multipurpose Liquid Glue (110755), Dimensionals (104430)
•    DSP: Pansy Petals (155807)

•    Card Base: Fresh Freesia 5 ½ x 8 ½”
•    Cardstock #2: Soft Succulent  4” x 5 ¼”
•    DSP: Fresh Freesia checkered pattern 3 ¾”  x 5”

•    Fold card base and press the crease using a Bone Folder
•    Adhere the designer paper to the Soft Succulent cardstock.
•    Place the ribbon on top of the layers and adhere the ends to the back, then adhere the layers to the card base.
•    Cut out the scalloped rectangle using the 3” x 4” Stitched So Sweetly die.   
•    Stamp the greeting in the upper left-hand corner using the Gorgeous Grape ink pad.
•    Tap the dark Highland Heather Stampin’ Blend on to a hard surface (eg. Ruler) to create the splatter background. Adhere the layer to the card.
•    Stamp the bold flower on to a Basic White cardstock scrap using the Fresh Freesia ink pad.
•    Stamp the detailed flower on top using the Highland Heather ink pad.
•    Stamp the larger middle piece using Highland Heather ink pad.
•    Stamp the smaller middle piece using the Gorgeous Grape ink pad.
•    Use the flower die to cut out the flower.
•    Cut out the center using the die with Daffodil Delight cardstock and adhere to the center.
•    Die-cut the leaf using Soft Succulent cardstock. Die-cut the leaf details using Evening Evergreen cardstock.
•    Adhere the leaves to the back of the flower.
•    Adhere ribbon ends to the back and create loops.
•    Add flower to the card using Dimensionals.
•    Add the gems to the card.

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