Posted on March 07 2021
Hi everyone! Diana here to share a fun spring card using pastels variety pack.
It's been so cold this last month that I knew I wanted to create a fun spring card. I pulled out some dies and started cutting out my main focal point, the flowers.
I used all three colors in the variety pack to create the flowers. Using the colors and different textures really gave some dimension to them.
Then I used a gradient cardstock set in green meadow colors from Altenew to create the leaves and stems. Here I'm starting to adhere all the pieces together.
I wanted my flowers and sentiment to pop so I used a fun cover plate in white and layered in onto a white card base. Once I had that put together I started adding my flowers.
To finish off the card I die cut out the love sentiment and adhered it on the lower right hand corner. I decided not to add any other embellishments as I wanted my foiled flowers to be the center of attention.
I hope you'll give this fun easy card a go!
Rinea Foiled Paper: Variety: Pastels
Altenew: green meadows gradient cardstock set, script words dies, the right angle cover plate. craft-a-flower: tulip dies