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Floral Bouquet Card by Nancy

Posted on August 03 2019

 Hello, everyone! It's Nancy here today.

I'm going to show you how I made my Floral Bouquet Card.  

I've used Rinea Foiled Paper, combined with some great ink from Imagine Crafts!

Here's my card:

Floral Bouquet Card using Rinea Foiled Paper

This StazOn Pigment ink works beautifully on Rinea Foiled Paper! 
I do recommend using a stamp positioning tool. 
It helps to prevent any slipping when stamping. 

Materials Used:

Rinea Sapphire/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper;
Rinea Silver/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper;
StazOn Pigment Ink - Peacock Feathers;
Tim Holtz Stamp - Illustrated Garden;
Stamp Positioning Tool of Choice;
Spellbinders Nestabilities - Elegant Ovals;
White Cardstock Card Base;
Squire Rhinestones;
Sheer Silver Ribbon.

1. Cut the largest oval die from the Rinea Silver/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper.

2. Stamp the floral image in the center of the die-cut oval, using the Peacock Feathers StazOn ink. 

Set it aside to dry.

Floral Bouquet Card

3. Cover the white card base with a piece of Silver Glossy Foiled Paper
Mat it with a layer of the Sapphire Glossy Foiled Paper
4. When the ink is set, adhere the oval to the center of the card front with foam tape. 
5. Add a square rhinestone to each corner.
6. Finally, add a sheer silver ribbon bow.

Floral Bouquet Card using Rinea Foiled Paper

Thanks so much for stopping by today! I'll be back again soon!

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