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Royale Thank You

Hey Friends!

Welcome back, here is my second card for today. Elegant gateway shaped card with magnolia flowers. isn't it pretty?

Products Used:

Royale Gateway Die, HCD2-7350

Ironwork Sentiments Die, HCD2-7351

Sweet Magnolia Blooms Die, HCD1-7346

Sweet Magnolia Blooms Cling Stamp Set, HCPC-3948

Sweet Magnolia Paper Collection, HCDP1-2126

Leafy Accents Cling Stamp Set, HCPC-3835

Leafy Accents Die, HCD1-7193

3D Leafy Accents Shaping Mold, HCFB1-467

Deluxe Flower Shaping Paper Pack of 50 - White, HCPP1-475

Luxe Gold Cardstock, HCGP1-488

Ranger Archival Ink Pad - Fern Green, RACP962

Ranger Archival Ink Pad - Magenta Hue, RACP614

Ranger Archival Ink Pad - Pink Peony, RACP649

Ranger Archival Ink Pad - Leaf Green, RACP436 Other Products:

Smooth White Cardstock, Dimensional Tape, Hot melted glue


Ready easel card measures 4.5”×6.5”. First, cut a folded card from white cardstock using Palace Gateway basic die. Fold front panel into half. Cut 2 more basic panels one from white cardstock and one from designer paper collection. Glue both of the on front card panel to create easel card. Cut 2 pieces of decorative gate from white cardstock and Luxe Gold cardstock. Glue both of them together and paste it on card. For inside panel cut a basic Gateway piece from designer paper collection and adhere that on inside panel. Cut sentiment from white cardstock and Luxe Gold cardstock using Ironwork sentiment die and glue that using dimensional tape. </p><p>Stamp Sweet Magnolia flowers using pink peony ink and cut with coordinating die. Paint flowers using magenta hue ink and pink peony ink. Shape flowers using groove tool. Pierce center and add stamens.Use two layers for one flower. Stsmp leaves from Leafy Accents stamp on deluxe flower shaping paper using fern green ink and cut with coordinating die. Paint leaves using leaf green ink and shape using shaping mold. Arrange flowers and leaves on card using hot melted glue. For finished look apply Crystal Clear on flowers using Art Glitter Clear Dries 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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