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Today is Feature Day 2 of LDRS Creative’s latest release. Yesterday’s post was all about their new dies and beautiful toner sheets for foiling with a laminator. Today I am keeping things simple. I will be using the Wildflower Stamp Set, Special Occasion Sentiments Stamp Set, and the coordinating dies. So let’s make a card.
- Wildflowers Stamp Set
- Special Occasions Stamp Set
- Special Occasions Die Set
- One Fine Day Paper Pack
- Black card stock
- Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 110lb
- Paper Trimmer
- Foam tape
- Liquid glue
- Alcohol Markers
- Cut, score and fold an A2 top-folding card base.
- Select the pattern you wish to use from the One Fine Day Paper Pack. They are hard to choose from!
- Using the Wildflowers stamp set, stamp your image on alcohol marker friendly card stock. You can see I stamped this at an angle. I had cut this panel at 4.25″ x 5.5″ (we will cut it down later).
- Stamp your sentiment from the Special Occasions Stamp Set. There are so many to choose from here!
- Die-cut your sentiment and a shadow. I cut my shadow in black to tie in with the border of the card. Glue these together.
- Color your wildflower image. Use whatever medium you want!
- I cut both my stamped image panel and patterned paper at an angle. I taped them together and used Gina K’s largest rectangle from the Master Layout 2 to die-cut the main rectangle.
- Then I cut a piece of black card stock 1/4″ larger on two sides (leaving you with an all-round border of 1/8″)
- Glue the stamped panel and patterned panel to the black border panel.
- I also added 1/8″ strip to separate the stamped image from the pattern paper.
- The main panel is popped up on foam tape and adhered to the card base. The sentiment is also popped up on foam tape for more dimension.
That’s it for today’s card. Are you making your mom’s card this year or a card for a special lady? Let me know in the comments below! As always, I appreciate every one of you. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I would love for you to subscribe to my blog below and follow me on Instagram @expressivepaper.