Saturday, February 15, 2014
 
 
 
 
You probably have seen this card, during our monthly Blog Hop:


and as promised, I've done a step by step tutorial on it. So here we go:


For the back ground of my card I took a Prima packaging, (on the right there's the whole piece)and I cut it down to 5x6.2 At the top I added a piece of the filmstrip sticker.


I cut a piece of PP at 5.2x5 Distressed the edges.


And glued it to my back ground. I also scratched the edges of the filmstrip sticker with my nails.


I then cut a piece of chickenwire


and glued it down with a drop of hot glue and a green piece of the little roses that came in the kit.


I (hot) glued a strip of lace at the bottom. (This lace came from my stash)


And I cut down the scalloped strip, (you can find this on the sticker sheet also) and glued it in place


Then I wrapped, generously, some twine around and tied a bow. Time to work on my embellies.


These word strips are going to be my sentiment.


I stacked 2 of the flowers, that came in the kit, together


I choose this gorgeous sticker for the top of my card. I inked the edges


and pop dotted the back. Or in my case... I used the box my kit came in and added 2 layers.


Then glued it in place at the left top of my card.


I also pop dotted (1 layer of cardboard) the sentiment strips and glued them in place. Flower also.


This sticker is going to be dressed up a little.


I first inked the edges and glued it in place. I also cut tiny bits of lace that are tucked in under and around the flower.


Then I randomly placed some of those fantastic glass tiles, using hot glue.


I still found that the left top needed something more. It was too dull, so I choose these 3 elements


and glued them down on the sticker. First the paper strip, then lace and the rose on top. I also got that bottle of (gorgeous color) liquid pearls and placed some dots at the top and bottom of the sticker.


and there


and here


And for the last detail, I lightly added some Gesso to my flowers.


Simple and quick.... Hope you like it and give it a try.
 
 
 



4 comments:

butterfly said...

So delightful - the twine and chicken wire are fabulous!
Alison x

Tracey Gregory said...

You make it look so easy! This is gorgeous!

Peggy said...

I was hoping that you'd show us HOW you made this stunning card!!!!
Fantastic tutorial, Paulien, thanks!!!!!

Olga KoroleVna said...

It's gorgeous!!!! Thanks for tutorial!!!!

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