Final Day – Petal Palette Showcase – Wedding Card

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This is the thirtieth and final project in the “Petal Palette Showcase” which shows you a different project every day for the month of June using only the Petal Palette Stamp Set & Petals & More Thinlits.

Day 30

Using your trimmer I measured 6.5″ x 4.5″ of Merry Merlot card stock & 6″ x 4″ of Very Vanilla card stock.

I then cut out 5 of the medium flower bundle from the thinlits, and 5 of the smaller flower bundle using the big shot in ver vanilla. once you have cut them out, take your time to place them on the very vanilla card stock – Play with them until your happy with the layout – its a bit fiddly but completely worth it. Once your happy, stick down using tombow glue.

Then punch out a 2.5″ circle out of merry merlot. Stamp the sentiment “Some things are just meant to be, like the two of you together” into the circle with versa mark, shake on gold embossing powder, and shake it off, then use the heat gun and watch the magic happen!

I then applied tombow in a z shape on the back of the circle, and applied ribbon to the glue, leaving it to go over the edges so you can see it when you turn it over. Use 2 dimensionals to stick the circle to the bottom left of the card.

Pick out the middle of one flower per bundle, and apply some tombow, then place a gold metallic sequin to the glue.

once everything is dried, stick your main card to the merry merlot mat, and then stick that to your main card.

A perfect project for the finale! PHEWEEEE! That was a challenge and a half!


Pop over again soon

Becky xx

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