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Birthday card using Pocket Full of Roses

Hi everyone, hope your Sunday is going good. While I was getting my project ready for our upcoming Instagram Hop (on the 14th!), I found a previously printed and foiled image on my desk. I just had to color it and make it into a card. This bright and cheerful card is what came out of that :-)




I love how these blue flowers and yellow roses from our Pocket Full of Roses stamp set just pop on that black background. The die from Spellbinders Elegant Swivel & Sashay Card - APG Die of the Month Club April 2019 and Fun Stampers Journey Bright Days embossing folder complement the design perfectly. This embossing folder seems to be discontinued, so I will link to a similar one - Sun Rays - which I think will work equally well.


Key Ingredients:

  1. Pocket Full of Roses - Digital Stamp (on VaradaSharma.com | on Etsy.com)

  2. Spellbinders Elegant Swivel & Sashay Card - APG Die of the Month Club April 2019 <<< This one is on Clearance right now :)

  3. Therm O Web Gina K Designs Glimmering Gold Fancy Foil Deco Foil

Steps:

  1. Using PowerPoint plan, size and print the image with a laser printer.

  2. With the help of a laminator and Glimmering Gold Fancy Foil foil the design.

  3. Color with alcohol markers. I used Copics + Spectrum Noir alcohol markers because that's what I have. I think any other coloring medium of your choice would also work.

  4. Fussy cut it out when done and add a single piece of blue chunky glitter to blue flower centers.

  5. Using a piece of scrap paper stamp and banner cut the sentiment "Happiness Always" using Mermaid Lagoon distress ink.

  6. Create a shaped card with black cardstock and the scalloped edge die from Spellbinders Elegant Swivel and Sashay die set.

  7. Dry emboss the front of the card with Bright Days / Sun Rays embossing folder.

  8. Assemble with liquid glue and foam tape.




Supplies List:


For your convenience, I am sharing links to the supplies I’ve used for these cards – click on the picture or link to go directly to the product. Wherever available, I have used affiliate links, which means when you make a purchase, I receive a small commission (at no extra cost to you) which I use to run this blog. I truly appreciate your support!





Hugs! ~Varada

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