Saturday, March 23, 2019

Tilda With Her Bunny

Spring will be here soon and The Rubber Buggy has all of the wonderful name-brand products and supplies for your spring and Easter projects and cards.  Better get yours soon before these gorgeous dies, stamps, papers, etc. are sold out.  
Hi, Nancy and excited to share a birthday card made with the spring theme.  I just love the gorgeous pastel colors during this time of year.  I used two Magnolia Stamps, Tilda and Her Bunny and Magnolia Stamps, Tilda Tulip Walkway for the image and colored it with Copic Markers.  I stamped the Magnolia Stamp Tulip Walkway on white cardstock and colored.  I stamped the Magnolia Stamp Tilda and Her Rabbit on a separate white cardstock and fussy cut her out and then colored her with Copic Markers.  I used the Beacon 3 n 1 Advanced glue to adhere Tilda on the Walkway.  I used a sewing machine to stitched the frames together using the dark pink frame cut out from the Heartfelt Creations Botanical Orchid paper collection.

I cut out the Lawn Fawn Happy Birthday To You with pink glitter cardstock and adhered the sentiment to the  Lawn Fawn Outside In Stitched Rectangle small die.    I handmade the flowers cutting the flowers out with the Heartfelt Creations Arianna flower die set with the Heartfelt Creations Botanical Orchid paper.  Since the Heartfelt Creations Arianna flowers are not available, I would highly recommend using the Heartfelt Creations Classic Rose die set.   

I used the Heartfelt Creations 3D Basic Shaping Flower mold to shape the flowers and used the Beacon 3 n 1 Advanced glue to assemble the flower. First cut the flowers out.  Second, set in the mold and lightly sprint the back of the petals.  Third, run the mold through the Sizzix Die Cutting machine.  Fourth, take the flowers out of the mold and poke a hole in the center of the flowers, folded the string of the pearl stamen found in the Heartfelt Creations Bridal Bouquet stamen, pull through the hole and use a hot glue gun on the back of the flowers to adhere the stamen on the flower.  I cut out the excess glue and string and used a hot gun to adhere the flowers on the Heartfelt Creations Leafy Accent die cut out.  I adhere flowers and leaves using the Beacon 3 n 1 Advanced glue on the card.  The gorgeous border is also in the Heartfelt Creations Botanical Orchid paper collection.  I cut it out and framed the bottom of the card.  
Magnolia Stamps, Tilda and Her Bunny       Magnolia Stamps, Tilda Tulip Walkway
Heartfelt Creations Leafy Accent Die Set

Lawn Fawn Outside In Stitched Rectangle 
Heartfelt Creations 3D Basic Shaping Flower mold
Heartfelt Creations Classic Rose
Beacon 3 n 1 Advanced 

Heartfelt Creations Bridal Bouquet
I hope I have inspired you to make your paper flowers with this simple technique.  My cards and projects are always posted on Saturdays.  Keep watching and thank you so much for those wonderful comments as well as suggestions. 

Enjoy and Happy Crafting!


Heather said...

This is super cute and really beautiful!! LOVE those gorgeous flowers! Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built.

Janny said...

What a lovely card you have made, thank you for joining us at Tomic Hugs Janny

Jonnece Putu said...

Beautiful card,, I love your colour choices. Thanks for joining us at ‘Lets Craft and Create’. Jonnece DT

Tina Makuc said...

This is simply amazing Nancy! I love everything about this card..
Thanks for joining us in this very first TOMIC Challenge!
Hugs, Tina
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Irene Daryanto said...

Love all the details Nancy, beautiful card. thanks for joining TOMIC. Hope to see you again on our next challenge.
Hugs, Irene

Anne Wilding said...

Such professionalism Nancy !! Superb design and composition. Thanks for your entry at Lets Craft and Create. Anne ( DT LCAC )

Stampsnob. said...

AWWWH sweet
TFS Let's Craft and Create..Lis

Julie said...

Tilda is just lovely. Great card design
Thanks for joining us at Addicted To Stamps in our spring challenge
Julie T

cohenna said...

Beautiful!! Thanks for sharing with us at Daisy Chain Challenge, hope to see you again :)