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Elegant Petunias

Hey All!

I have a full bloomed card to share with you. These flowers which I made using Petunia stamp/die are really competent.

Products Used:

Other Products: White cardstock, organza ribbon, pearl chain, dimensional tape

For more tips on creating with the Classic Petunia collection, watch the tutorial at

For more ideas on creating with the Decorative Royale Square & Circle Dies, watch the tutorial at

Instructions: Ready top fold card measures 7” × 7”. Choose a pattern paper from designer paper collection and cut a piece measuring 6.5" × 6.5", adhere it on ready card base. Further, choose another paper from same collection and cut a piece measuring 6” × 6”. Cut an Eyelet square from white cardstock and adhere designer paper on it. Place 2 dies from Stairway Gardens die in the center and run through die cutting machine. Adhere it on card using dimensional tape.

Cut white cardstock using Intricate Swirl frames die. Cut this from die cut in 4 pieces and glue it on card as corners. Cut a diamond die cut from white cardstock using Eyelet Diamond Die and stamp sentiment using cactus flower ink. Glue it on the center of card using dimensional tape. Tie a bow with organza ribbon and pearl chain. Glue it on card as shown.

For Flowers, stamp large petunia flowers on deluxe flower shaping paper using cactus flower ink and cut with coordinating die. I use only leaves part not flower part of this. Paint flowers with same ink. To shape flowers firs , slightly shape petals using ball tool and then press petals from center using back side of Groove tool. Now twist toe edge of the petals using tweezer. Pierce the center of flowers and add stamens. For I flower I use 2 of small piece and 3 of large pieces. Stamp Leafy Accents leaves on deluxe flower shaping paper using olive ink and cut with coordinating die. Paint leaves using leaf green and olive ink. Shape leaves using shaping mold. Arrange flowers and leaves and glue them on card using hot glue. For finished look, apply crystal clear powder using art glitter clear dry adhesive.

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