March 22, 2016

Easter Floral


Hello! Before we jump into today’s project, I would like to take a minute to congratulate my team member, Sherry S, on her promotion to Bronze Elite! She accomplished this in record time! 3 months to be exact! That’s truly amazing and I am very proud of her!

Today, I am sharing a card from my Easter card class that I held Saturday..we had so much fun! I really enjoyed myself with these ladies! Anyway, here is one of the 3 designs we made with the instructions.
 


Begin by adhering the Wisteria Wonder cardstock to the Elegant Eggplant card base. Then stamp the Easter wishes from the Suite Sayings stamp set onto the lower right hand corner of the Whisper White layer using Elegant Eggplant ink and layer it with the others. Punch 2 leave sets from the Garden Green cardstock using the Bird Builder punch and set aside. Stamp 3 flowers, 1 in each color, Elegant Eggplant, Wisteria Wonder and Daffodil Delight. Punch them out using the Pansy Punch. Adhere the Wisteria Wonder flower first using Snail adhesive, then place the Daffodil Delight flower using a single Stampin’ Dimensional. Finally, place the Elegant Eggplant using 2 Stampin’ Dimensionals stacked on top of one another for greater lift. Maneuver leaves under flowers, you will most likely need to trim the stems in order to hide them and adhere them down with an adhesive of your choice. (Snail will work, however, I used liquid glue)

  If you like this one and would like the instructions for all 3 designs, I am offering them in PDF format for $12 and if you would like the pre-cut material for them as well, I can ship the instructions and materials to you for $25. Just contact me above with your contact information and we will get them right out to you.
I hope you enjoyed today's card and would appreciate it if you left me a comment on your thoughts. Thanks so much for stopping by, I truly appreciate it.
Happy Stamping,
Katrina

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