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Everyday Enchantment Flower Card

Everyday Enchantment Flower Card

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Published by: Heather Cserni on Jul 27, 2012
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Everyday Enchantment Flower Card
Tutorial designed by Heather Cserniwww.stampedcreationsbyheather.com Ingredients
 
Very Vanilla Card Stock - 101650
 
Peach Parfait Card Stock - Retired
 
Poppy Parade Card Stock - Retired
 
Pool Party Card Stock - 122924
 
Soft Suede Card Stock - 115318
 
Lucky Limeade Card Stock - 122926
 
Everyday Enchantment Designer Series Paper - Retired
 
Poppy Parade Classic Ink - Retired
 
Pool Party Classic Ink - 126982
 
Soft Suede Classic Ink - 126978
 
Lace Border Punch
 –
Retired
 
3/16” Corner Punch –
119871
 
¾”Circle Punch –
119873
 
1”Circle Punch –
119868
 
1/16” Circle Handheld Punch –
101227
 
Everyday Enchantment Brads
 –
Retired
 
 
 
Stampin’ Dimensionals –
104430
 
Bone Folder
 –
102300
 
Loving Thoughts Stamp Set
 –
125845
Measurements
 
 
4 ¼”x 11” Very Vanilla Card Stock (A reminder that one full sheet of 8 ½”x11 Card stock
will make two card bases!)
 
3 ½”x 3 ½” Poppy Parade/Peach Parfait/Pool Party DSP
 
 
3 ½” x 1 ½” Pool Pa
rty/Soft Suede/Lucky Limeade CS. This is for your Lace Border
 
1 ½”x 1 ½” DSP –
This will be your larger square. You will need 4 for each card.
 
1 ¼” x 1 ¼” DSP
- This will be your smaller square. You will need 4 for each card.
 
Scrap paper for punching out your circles.
How it’s done
 
 
Fold your card base in half; use your Bone Folder to run along the edge of your fold togive it a good strong fold.
 
Taking your 3 ½”x 1 ½” card stock begin to punch out your lace border.
 
 
Taking your lace border, your 3 ½” x 3 ½” layer and your adhesive add
a couple of lines
of adhesive across the bottom of your 3 ½” only on one side. This is where you will
attach your lace border at. Depending on the design you like is how much of your LaceBorder you want to leave visible. I left mine were you can only see two of the petals onthe eight leaf flower that is in the middle of the punch.
 
Once your border is attached stick a Stampin’ Dimensional into each of the four cornersof your 3 ½” x 3 ½” layer and one in the middle. Attach it to your card base, leaving
abo
ut 1 ½” on the bottom for your greeting.
 
 
Taking your larger squares and Corner Punch, punch only two of sides of your squares.
 
Repeat this step with your small squares. (
TIP
: Make sure that the pattern on yourpaper is going the same way, I had to repeat a few of my squares because I had thepattern on my top square going up and down and then my smaller square had thepattern going left to right!!)
 
Optional
 –
If you like the look of my smaller petals being turned up on my roundedcorners then simply take your bone folder, place your card stock with the design youwant to use facing down and pull your paper between your fingers while running it overyour bone folder.

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