Double Peony & Spirea





Hello my fellow paper gardeners - welcome to my blog.

Today I have a card for you that I created using Susan's Garden Club / Spellbinders Spring Flora Collection.  I have chosen the Double Peony and Spirea along with some Ferns and Spellbinders Shapeabilities Nobel Chatelaine Etched Dies Vintage Treasures by Becca Feeken.

Card base was cut from 8-1/2 X 11 black cardstock scored at 5-1/2" using the largest die of the Nobel Chatelaine Etched Die Set laying it just above the fold taping in place with removable tape see picture (I used white cardstock for picture purposes).

   Using 3 largest dies from Nobel Chatelaine taped together cut from white cardstock.  Using the largest die cut 1 piece from Black cardstock adhere white die cut on top of black die cut using Bearly  Art Precision Glue then glue to front of card lining up edges (very top will extend a little above the fold). 

Susan's Garden Club Spring Release - Peony and Spirea were cut from Susan's Garden Specialty cardstock leaves were cut from green cardstock.  I cut 1 Double Peony and 1 bud coloring with Copic markers RV69 and R89.  Flowers were shaped and assembled using Susan's new Deluxe Tool Kit and her YouTube videos Peony here  Spirea here and Ferns here

Using Kids Choice Glue build arrangement on card front.

From white cardstock using next to 2 smallest dies in set cut 1.  Stamp sentiment using black ink and stamp from Susan's Garden Club Spring Quotes.  Adhere to inside of card using Clear Double Sided Adhesive.

Thank you for stopping by today I do hope that I have inspired you to create your own floral card.

I have linked items I have used below if you click on any of them it will take you directly to the site to purchase - you will not pay any extra but I will earn a small commission which helps with my costs.  I thank you in advance for any purchase you make.

Until next time - Happy Crafting!

Christine

You only live once but if you live right once is enough!
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