Posted on April 26 2019
So, let's get started.I started by die cutting 2 of the #1 Rolled Star bases- 1 in Fushia/Fushia Starstruck and 1 in Blush/Blush Starstruck, I also cut 3 leaves: 2 in Jade/Jade Starstruck and 1 in Emerald/Emerald Starstruck, along with 2 small stitched circles from Marigold/Gold Glossy.
Next, I take the Fushia/Fushia Starstruck Rolled Star-base and start to curl the edges and curve the sections creating petals for the first flower.
I then add the circle I cut from the Marigold/Gold Glossy to the center of the flower.
Next, I adhered the flower using foam adhesive to the left bottom corner of the card front panel. I then tucked in a leaf under the flower.
then, I took the other Rolled Star-base that was cut from Fushia/Fushia Starstruck and trimmed it apart. I kept a three-part section and a two-part section as shown in the picture below. Along with the other stitch circle and the other leaf.
From the two-part section; I flip it over and curled the edges to form petals. I then gentle curved them downward. I set them aside for a moment.
Next, I adhere the circle to the three-part section toward the bottom. Then, I adhered the petals I just created on top of the three petals. I again, curl the edges and curve each of the little segments to form petals. Next, I adhere the leaf to the bottom of the petals.
I flip over the flower and add low profile foam adhesive and a bit of liquid adhesive to the stem.
Place the flower onto the card front panel. Tucking it just under the larger flower. I add another leaf to the flowers.
Now for some finishing touches. I adhered some purple sequins to the center of the larger flower. I layer a larger light purple sequin and a smaller dark purple sequin. I also add some next to the flowers.
Now, the card is complete.
This quick and easy card can be created for more than just Mother's Day. You can create it for birthdays, anniversaries or just because - any reason! The 3D Rolled Star Dies along with the Rinea Foil paper make it all so easy!
Thank you for stopping by the blog today- I hope you are inspired!