Monday, February 22, 2016

# Crafty Ann # Eva Dobilas

Cherish Card by Eva Dobilas


Hello, this is Eva and today I have quite a spring feeling card using one of our newest dies, the 3D Rose 2.

So to start out  my card I just created an A2 size card base out of a light blue card stock.  Next I cut a patterned paper down just a little smaller than my card front and roughed up the edges and twirled the top right corner in and adhered it to my card front.

Next I worked on my flower.  I die cut two of the flowers out of light pink card stock and created the first one, but after consulting with our design team it was decided to use a second die cut to create the bottom layers to make it look fuller and that's when the flower really came alive.  I also added pearl stamens in the middle of my flower.  A little tip for this flower is to spray it with water to be able to shape it better.  I also sprayed it with shimmer spray to get the pretty color.  

Next I die cut the leaves using Flourish #14, which was perfect for this flower.  Then I die cut Ornament #9 out of light blue card stock and just to layer with.  Next I die cut one of the gorgeous frames from the Ornament #9 set, which is becoming a favorite of mine and finally the word Cherish out of light blue. As a final touch I added some pretty crystal flourish bling on my card.


Hope you like this pretty card, I sure love the way my flower turned out!

3D Rose 2 - B703

Thank you for stopping by and hope to see your creations using our newest challenge!

Hugs,
Eva


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