Hello my crafty friends welcome to my blog.
Here in Maine we are still waiting for spring weather to take away the snow so until then the only gardening I can do is paper gardening. Today from my paper garden I have a card I created for you using more of Susan's Garden Notes new releases. This card has the new Garden Notes Heart Grapevine Wreath, Ranunculus and Calla Lily.
Here is how card was created.
Step 1 From green cardstock cut 2 Garden Notes Leafy Berry Branch. Using Distress Ink shade. Using Molding Pad and Medium Ball Tool from All Metal 4 pc. Tool Kit shape leaves. Using Nuvo Crystal Drops add berries set aside to dry. When dry add berries to back side let dry.
Step 2 Form 6"x6" card base using large embossing folder emboss card front only.
Step 3 Cut 2-4 Garden Notes Heart Grapevine Wreaths from brown cardstock. (I used 4 on this card) Stack wreaths using Kids Choice Glue sparingly so as not to glue twigs together just center, Use fingers or tweezers to lift ends of twigs to give dimension.
Step 4 Find heart shape that fits center ECD Stitched Hearts used her but you could probably use the center that cuts out of the wreath if you cut 1 from white cardstock and use distress inks to make a background.
Step 5 Using black ink stamp sentiment on right half of heart then using Clear Double Sided Adhesive adhere to center of card front.
Step 6 Using Kids Choice Glue adhere heart wreath over background heart.
Step 7 Cut set of Garden Notes Ladder Fern from green cardstock shade with Distress Ink then pinch up on fronds to give dimension.
Step 8 Cut 1 Garden Notes Ranunculus and 2 Calla Lilies from white 90# Soft Finish Cardstock. Color, shape and assemble flowers.
Step 9 Using Kids Choice Glue build arrangement on wreath starting with berry branches and ferns then adding flowers and leaves.
For videos to help with creating flowers be sure to visit Susan's Facebook page
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Hope you have enjoyed my tutorial today and you are inspired to create your own.
All the Elizabeth Craft Designs supplies used are linked below all you have to do is click on the picture and it will take you directly to their site.
Thanks for stopping by today and until next time - Happy Crafting!
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