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Floral Card Making BLISS

Floral Card Making Bliss

Card making is pure BLISS! Add in some floral die cuts and some bright card stock, and we are in crafting heaven!

For this project, our designer Christina, die cut the ‘Find Your Bliss’ shadow and text from a textured background panel I created using the new Wood Planks Dies and navy cardstock. To contrast the more masculine feel of the wood planks, she added an Outside Scallop Frame and a variety of pretty flower blooms. She used alcohol ink markers to color the flowers and then to give them some added interest and dimension, she used thin foam squares between the layers and gold baubles for embellishment. Beautiful!

Follow along to see how Christina made this blissful card.

How to make this card:

  • Die cut multiple Wood Planks from navy cardstock.
  • Adhere the Wood Planks to a thinner weight (80-100 lb is best) A2 white card panel with liquid adhesive, staggering the different sizes.
  • Die cut the panel using the largest Outside Scallop Frame Die.
  • Die cut the shadow portion of the Find Your Bliss die from the center of the Wood Planks Panel.
  • Die cut the Find Your Bliss text, once from navy cardstock, and once from heavy-weight white cardstock.
  • Stack the text die cuts and glue together for added strength.
  • Adhere the navy Wood Planks panel, the scallop frame, and the Find Your Bliss text to a side-fold card base with liquid adhesive.
  • Die cut multiple flowers and leaves from the Small Flowers #6 and the Spring Flowers sets from white cardstock. 
  • Color die cuts with alcohol ink markers. I used Copic colors E08, BG75, Y26, and BG23.
  • Layer the larger blooms, securing the layers with thin foam squares for a little dimension.
  • Attach the flowers and leaves to the card panel using a combination of liquid adhesive and thin foam squares. 
  • Attach gold bauble embellishments to the centers of the flowers and to the card panel with glue.

Beautiful creation! We hope you feel inspired to created a fun floral card of your own. Tag us in your creations!

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