Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Tattered Blossom *Heartfelt Creations*

Jodi's card was my point of inspiration today! Papers are from Turquoise Hill by Riddersholm.

I just love the Tattered Blossoms stamps and dies from Heartfelt Creations!

Can't you see that wonderful hint of Glimmer Mist?!


Turquoise Hill by Riddersholm. Spellbinders M-Bossabilities Mystic. Cuttlebug. Wheatfields Glimmer Mist. Brad by Basic Grey. Brown ribbon by American Crafts. Blue ribbon by Making Memories. Pearl brads from Lush by My Mind's Eye. Bazzill and American Crafts cardstock.

1. Card is 4.5 x 6 inches. Choose three patterned papers.
2. Stamp the Tattered Blossoms flowers in various sizes and die cut. Spray with glimmer mist and twist the petals while they are still wet. Use a heat gun to dry each flower. Assemble. Finish with a brad in the center.
3. Cut a 2.5x2.5" piece from patterned paper for the flower mat. Mat to turquoise and brown cardstock.
4. Cut a 4.25 x 5.75" piece from patterned paper for the background. Emboss and mat to brown cardstock.
5. Cut a 2.75" x 4" piece from complementary patterned paper. Mat to turquoise and brown cardstock. Attach embossed base.
6. Adhere blue ribbon and layer with brown ribbon. Accent with a bow.
7. Attach the flower mat and then the flower.
8. Finish the card front with two pearl brads.
9. CARD BASE: Cut a 6 x 9 inch piece of thick, white cardstock. Score at 4.5 inches. Attach the card front to the base.


Thanks for stopping by!


Lisa Lynne said...

Gorgeous flower and a great tutorial!

Susan Martin said...

That flower is really magnificent! The whole card is beautiful! Thanks for teaching and sharing!

Giovana said...

Your card is beautiful and your tutorial is fantastic!! Fabulous job!

Candy said...

Beautiful card and of course I love the flower!

Kathy said...

Beautiful card and I love your flower! Fun tutorial too! TFS! Blessings! Kathy

Sarah said...

Awesome card! Thanks so much for the tutorial, your flowers are gorgeous! Hugs

MARILYN said...

Beautiful card and flower! Your video tutorial are fantastic, Aliss!
Have a lovely weekend!! :)

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