This is the last card that I had to show you… (You needed to submit 5 cards for the Artisan Contest, plus 3 Scrapbook pages and two 3D items.) I wanted to create a “quilt” look, so I used the Square punch and made a whole bunch of squares with the “Beyond the Garden” Designer series paper. I made the flower with the Blossom punch, using 3 flowers, each separated in 2 layers, sprayed with a mixture of Shimmer Paint and rubbing alcohol. (When they are still wet, you can crumple the flower as you wish and let them dry…) The small flowers were made the same way but with the “Boho Blossom” punch. The leaves were made with the Blossom Petal Builder punch and the “Little Leaves” sizzlit die. I scored each leaf and sponged them with Wild Wasabi ink to add some dimension. I wanted the card to look as nice open than closed. So here’s the “open version”:
And here’s the “closed” version: (It’s not a coincidence that everything is aligned properly when you close it!!!)
Petite Pairs set;
Pacific Point, Daffodil Delight and Wild Wasabi Card stock; Beyond the Garden DSP;
Pacific Point and Wild Wasabi Classic Stampin’ pad, Frost White Shimmer paint,
Big Shot, Little leaves Sizzlits Die, Decorative label punch, Blossom Petals Builder punch, Blossom punch, Large Oval punch, Boho Blossoms punch, 1 in square punch, Paper-piercing tool, Glimmer brads Basics, Brights Brads, Certainly Celery 1/4” Grosgrain Ribbon, stylus, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, sponge, Multipurpose liquid glue, Snail adhesive.
Filed under: Artisan Award 2012, Blossom Petal Builder Punch, Blossom punch examples, Tri-fold card | Tagged: Beyond the Garden DSP, blossom punch, Boho blossom punch, Decorative Label punch, Petite Paires, tri-fold card |