Camellia & Lavender Floating Double Panels
Hello my crafty friends!
Today I have another card for you that has been created using Spellbinders/Susan's Garden newest release Victorian Garden Collection. My card is a Floating Double Panel Card (Sam Calcott) and adorned with Camellia and Lavender.
My card is a 6" X 6" (Sam Calcott die in 5" X 7") so here are the dimensions I used.
Card base 6" X 6" gold mirror card cut 5-3/4" X 5-3/4" adhered to card front using Clear Double Sided Adhesive. Pattern paper (P13 Time to Relax -06) cut 5-1/2" X 5-1/2" adhered to card front using Clear Double Sided Adhesive.
Panels 1 cut from white cardstock 3-1/2" X 5-1/2" mirror card cut 3-1/4" X 5-1/4" then embossed using Spellbinders E3D-030 Leafy embossing folder then attached to white panel using Clear Double Sided Adhesive. Second panel should be 1-3/4" X 5-1/4" (I cut on 5" it works but should have been just 1/4" longer). Pattern paper should be cut 1-1/2" X 5" then adhered to white panel using Clear Double Sided Adhesive. The link to card instruction can be found here.
Using Spellbinders S5-525 Essential Diamonds cut gold mirror card using the die that measures 4-1/2" from top to bottom points and using next size down cut a diamond from white cardstock. adhere together using Clear Double Sided Adhesive. Adhere to smaller panel.
I cut 1 Camellia, 2 extra buds and leaves from Susan's Garden Specialty Paper using S4-1233 die set and the Lavender S6-207 from Victorian Garden and Winter Bough S4-1114 from Holiday release cut twice from brown cardstock.
Camellia was colored using OLO Y1.1 & Y2.0 leaves were colored using YG 8.5 & YG 8.7.
Once card is completely assembled add flowers to diamond using Kids Choice Glue.
Hope this has inspired you and you will create your own card.
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Thanks for stopping by and until next time - Happy Crafting!
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Absolutely amazing flowers Christine, and love the floating double panel front, the papers are ever so pretty as well.. gorgeous xReplyDelete