Daisy Mum in a Bottle

Hello My Crafty Friends,

Today I have a card that was inspired by a picture I saw on Facebook. This is the inspiration picture.

Inspiration Picture

My card is 5″ X 6-1/4″ created from white cardstock cut 10″ X 6-1/4″ scored at 5″.

The bittersweet is something I like to make ahead so the Nuvo Drops have time to dry well. Susan has how to video on the berries here

The brown bottle was created using Shrink Film. First I cut bottle on Cricut at 8″ then traced onto Shrink Film then colored using a brown Copic Marker. Using Heat Tool I shrunk it down it measures 3-1/2″.

Pattern paper was cut 4-1/2″ X 5-7/8″ then adhered to card front with clear Double Sided Adhesive.

The largest die in the Petite Picot Rectangle set was used along with the next to the largest A2 Matting Basic A die set to create a frame. I set the matting die inside the Picot Rectangle taped together and cut from white cardstock. Frame was adhered over pattern paper using Art Glitter Glue Dries Clear.

I cut 1 Daisy Mum from white cardstock the tiny center flowers were cut from yellow cardstock and leaves were cut from green cardstock. Susan has a YouTube video for the Daisy Mum found here.

For stem I freehanded one from green cardstock then adhered to back of bottle with a little Kids Choice Glue then a bit more glue used to attach bottle to card front.

Using Kids Choice Glue flower, bittersweet and leaves were added.

Lady bug was cut, colored and shaped then added to leaf. Nuvo Crystal Glaze was used to make it shine.

One Of Susan’s New Autumn Quotes was used for sentiment stamped in black then die cut.

Thank you for stopping by I do hope that this has inspired you to create!

Below I have linked supplies that I have used to create my card. If you click on an icon it will take you to Linkdeli then you click again on icon it will take you to the merchant. If you buy through my links I make a small commission at no added cost to you it just helps me to replenish my supplies. I am sorry about the 2 clicks it takes but that is just how I have to do it in WordPress.

Until next time – Happy Crafting!

Christine

You only live once if you live right once is enough!

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