Dogwoods In Bloom Card
Posted by Stacy Williams on
Hi Everyone Happy Wednesday To You!
Today I want to share a really pretty card with you
This was one of those cards that just came together. Really easy to do
Here is a closer look at the greeting
Here is what I used:
Twine or Ribbon
Here is what I did:
Use the Cricut trimmer with a bone folder to score card base at 5.5. Fold on score mark. Set aside. Using the yellow & green ink stamp flowers from the Dogwoods stamp all over the white (3.75 x 5) piece of cardstock. Use the brown ink to stamp the detail flower over all these flowers. Adhere this to the green (4 x 5.25) piece of cardstock and adhere to front of card using the Art Glitter Glue.
On the white (4 x 5.25) cardstock, use the brown ink to stamp the branch from the Dogwoods stamp on the bottom. Stamp the leaves on the branch with the green ink. Adhere this to the inside of the card.
For the greeting. Use brown ink and stamp the greeting on the white (2.5 x 2.5) cardstock. (I used the Mini Misti to line the stamp up). Poke a hole toward the top center for ribbon or twine. Thread ribbon or twine through hole. Adhere this to green (2.75 x 2.75) cardstock using the foam squares. Adhere to front of card with the Art Glitter Glue
Hope all of you have a Wonderful Wednesday. Hugs, Stacy ♥
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Ooo, I like this a lot!