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Today I have a card I created using Susan’s new Garden Notes Flame Lily die set. This is my first attempt will continue to work on them.
Here is how card was created.
Step 1 Create card base from 110# white Soft Finish Cardstock. Mine is 5-7/8″ square instead of 6″ square as I wanted my embossing folder to work.
Step 2 Cut white Soft Finish Cardstock 5-7/8″ square then emboss. I trimmed away the top part of embossed piece along curved line. Although I don’t know the name of my embossing folder or the maker I did look on line and found that Joyful Home and Tatter Lace do make some similar ones. Using Clear Double Sided Adhesive to attach embossed piece to card front.
Step 3 From 110# white Soft Finish Cardstock cut 3 Garden Notes Flame Lily cut leaves and stamen from green cardstock. Using alcohol markers in colors of your choice color petals (I have 2 red and yellow and 1 purple and green) then shape using Garden Notes All Metal 4 pc. Tool Kit. Susan has how to videos on her Facebook page Susan’s Garden Club.
Step 4 From green cardstock cut set of Garden Notes Ladder Fern. Shade with Distress Ink and pinch up on fronds to give dimension. I also cut set from fun foam and made my own stamps – cut 3 each and stacked them together. I used glue as my foam did not have adhesive on back. Using green ink I stamped a few ferns on upper top left of card front.
Step 5 Build your arrangement starting with ferns adhering with Kids Choice Glue. Build lilies on card then add leaves.
Step 6 From black glitter paper w/ Clear Double Sided Adhesive on back die cut Suzanne Cannon’s A Way With Words Small Happy Birthday. Adhere to upper right of card.
Step 7 Add self adhesive pearls.
All the Elizabeth Craft Designs Supplies used on project are linked below just click on any picture you will be taken to their site.
Hope I have inspired you to go make a card.
Thanks for stopping by today and until next time – Happy Crafting!
Elizabeth Craft Designs Supplies
Cardstock – green, black glitter
Self Adhesive Pearls
Embossing Folder – do not know name or maker of one I used but after searching a bit I found that Tattered Lace and Joyful Home have similar folders that could be used.