Roses on Lace

Kia Ora Koutou

Welcome back to my second post and for this card I have made  a lovely lace  background  for  some  pretty purple  roses.

Products Used:

Rajni Chawla’s Frosting PowderPGM15016
Rajni Chawla’s Crystal ClearPGM15015
Groove Golf Tool SetDMCT4185
Deluxe Flower Shaping KitHCST1-401
Stack and Store Daubers-Pack of 30HCDA2-450
Designer Dries Clear Adhesive159723
Ranger Archival Ink Pad – Vivid ChartreuseRACP531
Ranger Archival Ink Pad – Library GreenRACP475
Ranger Archival Ink Pad – Leaf GreenRACP436
Ranger Archival Ink Pad – Magenta HueRACP614
Ranger Archival Ink Pad – Cactus FlowerRACP985
Celebrate Love Sentiments Cling Stamp SetHCPC-3847
Arrows and Banner DieHCD1-7204
Sweetheart Borders DieHCD1-7161
Lacy Diamond DieHCD1-7228
Eyelet Diamond DieHCD1-7227
Diamond Basics DieHCD1-7226
3D Leafy Accents Shaping MoldHCFB1-467

Other Products: 

Versamark ink, Ranger Silver Embossing Powder, white cardstock, Ranger Archival ink – Violet, spray adhesive, heavy cardboard

For more tips on creating with the flower shaping molds, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/FSdPL7nXvQE.

For more tips on creating with the diamond dies, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/JwS0Rmysd98.

Instructions: 

Cut a piece of white cardstock 10 x 7″, score at 5″ along the long side and fold to create a base card of 5 x 7″. Cut a piece of white cardstock 4 15/16 x 6 15/16″ and adhere to the card front with a piece of heavy cardstock 4 1/2 x 6 1/2″. Cut a piece of white cardstock 4 x 6″ and using the inner plain edge diamond die from the HCD1-7228 Lacy Diamond Die set die cut the inner diamond out. Die cut the decorative die from the HCD1-7229 Diamonds & Lace set and the plain edge die from the HCD1-7228 Lacy Diamond Die set out of white cardstock. Add Frosting Powder with spray adhesive before adhering to the front of the previously cut piece of white cardstock. Die cut the lacy edge using the outer lacy frame die and the inner diamond die from the HCD1-7228 Lacy Diamond Die set out of white cardstock. Add Frosting Powder using spray adhesive and adhere to the front of the Diamonds and Lace Die. Die cut the eyelet frame using the third largest eyelet diamond die from the HCD1-7227 Eyelet Diamond Die set and the inner diamond die from the HCD1-7228 Lacy Diamond Die set. Add Frosting Powder with spray adhesive and then adhere to the front of the Lacy Diamond. Die cut four lacy edges from the HCD1-7161 Sweetheart Borders Die set out of white cardstock. Add Frosting Powder using spray adhesive, trim and adhere to the back of the 4 x 6″ piece of white cardstock. Adhere this all to the card front with heavy cardboard. Die cut the inner lattice diamond using the inner plain edge die and the lattice diamond die from the HCD1-7228 Lacy Diamond Die set out of white cardstock. Add Frosting Powder using spray adhesive and then add to the centre of the lacy diamonds.

Stamp the sentiment from the HCPC-3847 Celebrate Love Stamp set in Versamark ink on white cardstock and heat emboss with silver embossing powder. Die cut the sentiment using the third smallest arrow die from the HCD1-7204 Arrows & Banners Die set and adhere to the middle of the diamond as shown.

Stamp the leaves from the HCPC-3834 Leafy Accents Stamp set in Library Green ink on Deluxe Flower Shaping Paper. Colour with Leaf Green ink and die cut with the coordinating dies. Shape using the coordinating Leafy Accents shaping mold and add Crystal Clear glitter on a damp sponge. Adhere to the left of the diamond.

Stamp the rose images from the HCPC-3752 Classic Rose Stamp set in Violet ink on Deluxe Flower Shaping Paper. Colour the centres with Vivid Chartreuse and the petals with Magenta Hue inks and die cut with the coordinating dies. Colour the backs with Magenta Hue ink and shape using coordinating Rose shaping mold and the Groove Golf Tools. Assemble roses and add Crystal Clear glitter with Dries Clear glue on a damp sponge. Add the roses next to leaves on card as shown.

Please watch out for my final blog post for this week.

Happy Crafting

Ka Kite Anu

Patricia

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