Spring has sprung here in North Georgia. Just a week ago I was busily covering my Hosta’s pushing up from the ground to prevent freezing damage-temp expected was 22! The early, tender leaves were slightly bitten but too bad. So I thought this pretty “Springy” looking card would be a nice Thank You Card while the weather is warming up (and the pollen is falling)!
The card base here is Daffodil Delight layered with Fruit Stand Designer Series Paper in different Shade of Daffodil Delight and Whisper White. I rounded all the corners to give the card a bit more Pizzazz. The Flower was first die cut using the Flower die in Timeless Tags Thinlits dies out of Daffodil Delight. The using this as a blank frame I glued it to a piece of Whisper White Card Stock using Multipurpose Liquid Glue. Using the same die again I die cut the center of the flower using Early Espresso Card Stock. Carefully fitting the center into the frame I glued it using the Multipurpose Glue.
The inside of the flower was die cut from Crushed Curry card Stock and Wild Wasabi Card Stock. These pieces were then matched to their puzzle and glued in place. This layer was then adhered to a Daffodil Delight Layer and adhered to the front of the card using Stampin’ Dimensions.
The bow is Whisper White and made using the 5/8″ Organza Ribbon, adhered to the front of the card using several Glue Dots. The Sentiment is from the Rose Wonder Stamp Set and stamped in Daffodil Delight Ink on Whisper White Card Stock. The Sentiment was then die cut from Layering Ovals Framelits. It was framed by using the next large size and die cutting it from the Layering Ovals Framelits. These two layers were adhered together using SNAIL Adhesive and all were adhered to the lower right front using Stampin’ Dimensionals. Here is a picture showing the dimensional designs of the front.
The inside of the card was layered with Whisper White Card Stock. Before Layering I punched out the butterfly decoration from the Timeless Tags Thinlits Dies on the lower right hand side. I carefully cut a small piece of DSP and layered it just under the die cuts and all were adhered tot he inside back by using SNAIL adhesive.
Here are the products I used in this card: Product List