Wednesday, February 28, 2018

A Lush Lilac Heartfelt Creations Wednesday with....

'Have A Sweet Day'

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Other Products Used:
Card Stock: Bazzill- Rose Beige and Mauve. Crafters Companion A4 White-hint of gold 300gm. Spectrum Noir Colour blend pencils: Pink Blush, Mauve, and Sage. Blending solution and blending stumps. Other: Stickles, Wow Sparkling Snow embossing powder, Heat Gun, Water Mister, Scissors, Ruler, Coffee Archival Ink, Hot glue gun, Versa-mark, Double sided Tape, Double sided 3d foam tape, Blue organza Ribbon, Cardboard, Misti stamping tool.

Go HERE to find the posting with a card that shows how to put the card base together.
The finished size of this slider card is 8.22in x 8.62in (20.9cm x 21.9cm) Taking the A4 card-stock, make hill and valley folds at 2in and at 4in (6cm and 12cm) Along the length. Taking the mauve card-stock cut the card foot and card background matting at 8.03in x 6.73in (20.4cm x 17.1cm). Taking the paper collection, find the paper print with the house on it. Cut the card front paper using the house as the feature, 8.89in length x 5.51in width (17.5cm x 14cm) Use the off cut design paper to cover the card foot and card back. Cutting a little smaller than the cardstock. Adhere in place. For the card front: taking a A4 cardstock, cut the card front base to measure 7.75in x 6.49in (19.7cm x 16.5cm) Taking the mauve card-stock cut the 1srt matting to measure 7.55in x 6.22 (19.2cm x 15.8cm) Taking the rose beige card-stock cut the 2nd matting to measure 7.16in x 5.82 (18.2cm x 14.8cm) Adhere the card front base, card-stock matting and the design paper front together using the 3d double-sided tape.  To make the slider, take a piece of A4 card-stock and cut to measure 2.75in x 4.33in (7cm x 11cm) and 4.13in x 1.77in (10.5cm x 4.5cm) Adhere the 2.75in (7cm) edge to the top center of the card background. Place double sided tape and wet glue to the 1.77in (4.5cm) edges. Place and adhere this at the center, 2.75in (7.5cm) down from the top edge of the back of the card front base. Once the glue has dried and secure, slide the slider into the holder on the card front base.

 Make the note scroll by stamping with the coffee ink onto the design paper. Die cut this with the matching die. Cut also 2 extra die cuts from the cardboard and adhere together to form a chippie. Add color to the flowers and leaves using the blender pencils and blending solution. Adhere to the left of the card front with the 3d foam dots. Make a double triple bow from the organza ribbon. Wrap a length of ribbon around the card front and adhere the bow to the right of the note scroll using the hot glue gun. 

Make the flowers buy finding the flower prints in the paper collection. Using the misti stamping tool to stamp the printed flowers with the flower stamp and wow embossing powder. Die cut with the matching die. 27 flowers are used for this card. Some of the flowers are not stamped with the embossing powder to give contrast. Bring shape to the flowers using the Lush Lilac flower mold. Use a small-balled tool from the flower shaping tool kit to press the center of the flowers to give height to the lilac petals. Adhere in place as seen in the card photo.

 Thanks for dropping by today. This collection is so sweet and timeless. The little Lilac flowers are so wonderful as fillers. I know if you invest in them and the matching flower shaping mold, you will not be sorry.
Have a happy scrappy day, till next week,
Inky hugs