From Elizabeth Craft Designs . . . the beautiful background is made from embossed Shimmer Sheetz and alcohol inks.
|"Lisa Harrison made this beautiful card using the Easter Egg peel off sticker and our 'Hello' die." from Els|
From Memory Box . . .
Fresh & Easy
|Fresh & Easy Card|
- Adhere the light green foliage die cut onto the dill panel letting it spill over on the left side.
- Add the "bookmark" shaped panel, positioning it over a portion of foliage.
- Align the dark green foliage die cut to the "bookmark" panel, adhere what is needed and trim off excess. Save excess portion for the inside of the card....
From Cheery Lynn Designs' blog . . .
We had snow flurries this weekend, but that doesn't mean that spring isn't right around the corner! And even if the flowers aren't blooming yet, we can still create our own paper blossoms .
You will build the flower using one Large Rose as the base. Shape this by running a stylus around in a circle in the middle of the flower so that the petals curl up. Ink the edges of the 5 flower peatals (cut from BAF3). Shape them with the mat and stylus, so that the petals curl upwards. Glue Each petal to the rose base. Shape the 3 center pieces with the stylus, just as you did the rose. Dip each tip in Tacky Glue, and sprinkle with Flower Soft. Allow to dry. Glue these to the center of the flower, and add a Dew Drop to the very center.
And now you have one more flower to add to your garden!