Hello and welcome to another Stampers Showcase Blog Hop!
The crew are from all around the world and we love to create monthly with a theme to inspire you! This months theme is Spring Has Sprung! We are heading into Autumn here in Australia, but, it was so lovely to create a spring inspired card for this blog hop. You will want to make your way through the whole blog hop to see all the amazing projects we have to share with you this month.
I hope that you like my project as much as I do!
Everyone that knows me knows that I love to create wreath cards and decided a Spring wreath is perfect for this months project.
- Start with a Petal Pink card base measuring 21cm x 14.9cm
- Cut another piece of Petal Pink card stock to measure 10cm x 14.4cm
- Cut a piece of Shimmery White card stock to measure 9.8cm x 14.2cm. Glue this to the matt layer and then to the card base
- Colour a piece of Fluid 100 water colour card stock with Pear Pizzaz ink with a Water Painter. Allow to dry and die cut the leaf wreath from the Build A Wreath Dies
- On another piece of Fluid 100 card stock use a Water Painter to colour Calypso Coral, Petal Pink and So Saffron in three separate areas. Die cut flowers from the Build A Wreath Dies. Keep the flowers centres attached by placing a mini dimensional behind each one.
- Glue the Pear Pizzaz wreath to the Shimmer White card stock and arrange the Flowers on top securing them with the attached dimensional. I groped them together in groups of two or three around the wreath
- Stamp the small Butterfly from the Butterfly Brilliance bundle in Calypso Coral of Fluid 100 Water Colour card stock. Then colour with Water Painters. Die cut using the coordinating die. Cut out a similar sized detailed butterfly and glue this to the top of the coloured butterfly. Using a dimensional secure this to the right hand side of the wreath
- Secure nine pearls around the wreath
I hope you enjoyed reading how my project for spring came together. I had a lot of fun creating for this blog hop!
Next up on our hop is the lovely Stacey Marsh. Please click on the next blog button below to go to her blog post.
Thank you so much for stopping by today! You are greatly appreciated. I hope I have inspired your creativity too! Have a great week!