Saturday, May 21, 2016

SPRING BLOOMS WITH COTTAGECUTZ

Hello dear friends ,

It's Saturday today and its time for my weekly post for CottageCutz. As I am so fond of making flowers, CottageCutz has some amazing 3D flower dies and you can create most beautiful flowers with these.

I use various flower making techniques and you can find them all under my post at the CottageCutz blog.
Today, I have created very delicate flowers that are so easy to make and look fabulous on any project.

Here is the card that I made. Please follow the photo tutorial below to get a detailed description of creating this card.
  

Step by step tutorial

The finished card measures 6 inches X 7.5 inches




Step by step tutorial
The finished card measures 6 inches by 7.5 inches.

Emboss two pieces from CottageCutz Stitched Wide rectangle frame and  CottageCutz stitched Wide oval frame on thick white cardstock. Then cut around to get two die cuts like this.

Using Distress  ink, distress the inside portion with the die intact on paper and stamp the sentiment on oval die cut.

Cut out many pieces from CottageCutz leafy foliage die and CottageCutz 3Dflower #7 die on 160 gsm white cardstock




To make a big flower, you will need three big size and two medium size flowers. For medium flower, you will need, three medium and two small size flowers. Use the rest as filler flowers.

 
                                             
                                                  Colour the flowers and leaves like this.



Spritz water on the rectangle frame and score on board at 1/4 inch interval. Mount on corrugated cardstock leaving 1/2 inch all around.

                                                  Attach the oval frame using 3d foam tapes


Adhere the whole thing on to the card base measuring 6 inches by 7.5 inches. Arrange the flowers using Tacky glue.


I hope you have shared your entries for the Spring themed challenge at the CottageCutz blog. If not, then do take part to win fabulous prizes.

I hope you liked my post. Do give your comments . It really inspires me.Thanks for stopping by.







5 comments:

  1. stunning as usual my friend:)
    Cathyplus5.blogspot.com

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  2. Wow! Stunning cards! In love with your flowers! :)

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  3. Anita this is absolutely gorgeous!!! Love those flowers and the corrugated background!

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