Here's the combo:
If you read my previous post, I ATTEMPTED creating a die cut shaped card, but had a major mental block & gave up on it. But, not to be a quitter, I was determined to use the diecut shape!!!
I started with the white cardstock base that I had previously cut using my Cuttlebug & the largest Spellbinders Nestabilities Classic Scallop Circle die. It measures approx. 4 inches across. I let the die hang over the edge of the card fold, so that when cut, it would create a hinge at the top.
Here's "BLOOM where you are planted":
I have to say that this is one of my favorite recent creations...something about it just makes me SMILE :0) I think it the fun scallop edge & the yellow cardstock...it just screams SUMMER!!!
Here's a view from the top so you can see where it hinges...
& finally a close-up of the flowers. I cut them from a K & Company Wild Saffron tag using an exacto knife, then curled the petals to create some dimension & finished them off with a Kaiser pearl in the center of each!
and a project just isn't complete for me without a little bit of stitching!!!
White cardstock base-unknown
Spellbinders Nestabilities Classic Scallop Circle Large
Bazzill cardstock-yellow (May kit @ Scrapbook Circle)
Sassafras Vintage Yummy-Memory Lane (July kit @ Scrapbook Circle)
K & Company Wild Saffron Tag pad
Autumn Leaves Rhonna Farrer-Swirls clear stamp
Stampin' Up ink-Old Olive
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