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Petite Birthday Magnolia

Hey Guys!

Happy Wednesday....... I am back with more inspiration with Heartfelt Creations newly launched Royale Gateway dies collection, I added 3 cards for today. Don't forget to check them also. Here is a birthday card with magnolia flowers with Ironwork sentiment.

Products Used:

Other Products: Smooth White Cardstock, Vellum Paper, Dimensional Tape, Hot Melted Glue Instructions: Ready side fold card measures 7” × 7”. First, cut a mat from designer paper collection measuring 6.5” × 6.5”. Distress edges with matching ink and adhere it on ready card base. Cut another 6” × 6” card panel from designer paper collection. Mat it on white cardstock which is 1/8 of an inch bigger on all four sides. Adhere it on card using dimensional tape. Cut a strip of designer paper measuring 3” × 6” and mat it on white cardstock of same size. Cut 2 decorative pieces from white cardstock using Petite Pocket Accents die. Glue these borders on both edges of strip and mat it on card using dimensional tape. Cut 2 eyelet circles, one from white cardstock and one from designer paper collection. Glue both circles on card using dimensional tape. Cut a piece of vellum paper and Luxe Gold cardstock using Ironwork sentiment die and arrange that on card as pictured. Stamp Sweet Magnolia flowers using pink peony ink on deluxe flower shaping paper and cut with coordinating die. Paint flowers using magenta hue ink and shape using groove tool. Pierce center and add stamens. Stamp leaves from Leafy Accents stamp on deluxe flower shaping paper using library green ink and paint using same ink. Cut with coordinating die and shape using shaping mold. Arrange flowers and leaves on card using hot melted glue. For finished look, apply Crystal Clear powder on flowers using adhesive.

Don't forget to check the Heartfelt Creations blog, where my co-designers are pouring more amazing inspirations.

Thank you so much for stopping by today !! I'll be back soon with more inspiration!!



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May 05, 2021

Love how you used the dies Uma!

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