Proving that you can use the new Build a Bouquet collection for lots of occasions, today's delicate card, from our talented Design Team member, Glynis, has been created with weddings in mind.
Read on for a full step-by-step project tutorial, complete with full materials list. To view the product page for each individual product, simply click on the product name and you'll be directed to its dedicated page.
YOU WILL NEED:
- String Bow die set
- Bouquet Builder stamp set
- Decorative Square nesting die set
- Wedding Sentiment Builder stamp and die set
- Lace Heart die set
- Stamen die
- Wedding Collection vellum
- Bling Box – Leafy Lace
- Sparkelicious glitter – Lime Zing, Crystal Crush, Sugared Peach, and Diamante Sparkle
- Wedding Collection paper pad
- Silver mirror card
- Pearl Card – Crystal White and Rose Quartz
- WOW! Metallic Silver embossing powder
- WOW! clear embossing inkpad
- Ranger Tim Holtz Oxide inkpad – Tattered Rose
- A4 double-sided sticky sheet
- Large jewels
- Pinflair glue gel
- Art Glitter Dries-Clear PVA glue
- 8x8" white straight-edged card blank
- Heat tool
- Die-cutting machine
1 Matt and layer a piece of silver mirror card and patterned paper from the Wedding Collection paper pad, add Diamante Sparkle Sparkelicious glitter to all four sides of the patterned paper, then attach to the base card.
2 Using the second die from the Decorative Square die set, cut into Crystal White pearl card. Add Crystal Crush Sparkelicious glitter to all four sides, then matt and layer on top a piece of patterned paper from the Wedding Collection paper pad, glittering the sides with Diamante Sparkle Sparkelicious glitter beforehand, and secure on to the main card with foam pads.
3 Using the Lace Heart die set, cut numbers four and five together from Crystal White pearl card and then number two, also from Crystal White card, glittering around the edges of this one with Crystal Crush Sparkelicious glitter. Place a double-sided sticky sheet onto a piece of white card and die-cut using the fourth die from the set. Remove the top covering and attach the leafy heart securely down and cover with the Sugared Peach Sparkelicious glitter. Die-cut numbers one and three in silver mirror card, matt and layer the larger white heart onto a silver mirror card heart and attach to the base card with foam pads. Repeat this process with the other two hearts and secure down with foam pads.
4 Stamp, heat-emboss and fussy cut the main stamp from the Bouquet Builder stamp set onto Crystal White pearl card using Metallic Silver embossing powder. Glitter the foliage using Lime Zing Sparkelicious glitter and attach to the main card with foam pads.
5 Using the Beautiful Bouquet Blossom stamp and die set, die-cut numerous flowers using Crystal White pearl card. Leave the flowers in the die and colour with the Tattered Rose Oxide ink. Stamp, heat-emboss and die-cut the flowers onto a piece of vellum from the Wedding Collection and colour from the back using the Tattered Rose Oxide ink. Glitter all the petals using Diamante Sparkle Sparkelicious glitter and, when dry, shape and adhere together with Pinflair glue gel. Die-cut the stamens from the Stamen die in Rose Quartz pearl card, glitter the full stamens with Crystal Crush Sparkelicious glitter, decorate with pearls from the Lacy Leaf Bling Box and Diamante Sparkle Sparkelicious glitter, secure into the middle of each flower and attach a large jewel, glittered with Diamante Sparkle Sparkelicious glitter.
6 Stamp, heat-emboss and fussy cut the foliage from the Bouquet Builder stamp set. Glitter with Lime Zing Sparkelicious glitter, then attach the foliage and flowers to the main card with Pinflair glue gel.
7 Die-cut the string bows numerous times in Rose Quartz pearl card and glitter with Crystal Crush Sparkelicious glitter. Attach two of the bows plus a large jewel to the bouquet. For the rest, cut off the tails, bend them slightly in the middle and add to the bouquet display.
8 Stamp and heat-emboss the sentiment from the Wedding Sentiment Builder stamp and die set, matt and layer onto silver mirror card, then attach with a foam pad to finish.
I hope you've found this beautiful and delicate card tutorial informative and that it's inspired you to create your own version!