If you love floral and you love Sizzix dies, then today’s tutorial is just for you! Hello! My project for today is a quick, clean and simple Thinking of You floral card, featuring the gorgeous Floral Layers thinlit die set from Sizzix. The heart panel layer was created using the Honey Bee Stacking Hearts die. The sentiment is from the Altenew’s Sincere Greetings clear stamp set.
Card Tutorial – Sending Hugs Floral Layers
Please see below for the tutorial. The supplies are listed first, follow by the instruction.
- Stamp: Altenew’s Sincere Greetings
- Die set: Sizzix Thinlits Die Set 10PK –Floral Layers; Honey Bee Stacking Hearts die
- Cardstock: White (80#); Reverse Confetti Piggy Bank; Reverse Confetti Flamingo; MFT Stamps Iced Aqua; MFT Stamps Sour Apple; MFT Stamps Gumdrop; MFT Stamps Pineapple
- Inkpad: Simon Says Stamp White pigment ink pad
- Tools: Sizzix Big Shot; cutting plates; die pick; paper trimmer; scissor
- Accessories: double-sided adhesive; white gel pen
- Create 4×6 size folded card base on white cardstock.
- Cut out the largest heart on 4×6 white cardstock to create a heart frame panel.
- Secure the heart frame panel over the card front.
- Stamp sentiment in white inside the heart frame, right onto the Iced Aqua card front. Hand draw in a tiny heart below the sentiment with white gel pen.
- Cut out the floral and leafy stem pieces.
- Secure the leafy stem layers over to the left side of the heart frame panel with foam tapes.
- Secure the two floral layers together with foam tape first. Then, secure the entire piece over the leafy stem with foam tape.
In Case You Missed…Here’s Last Week Tutorial
Click on the image to redirect you to the tutorial of this Stampingbella FIONA Loves Flowers card.
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