For today’s project I wanted to show that you can use Flower Soft.
To begin I made a 4 ¼” x 5 ½” top fold card from grey card stock. Then I cut 2 pieces of black card stock to 4” x 5 ¼”, one for the inside and one for the outside. Next I cut my patterned paper to 3 ¾” x 5”. Then I used my Cuttlebug Swiss Dots Embossing Folder - Cuttlebug Swiss Dots Embossing Folder to emboss a piece of 2” x 3 ¾” white cardstock. I adhered this to my patterned paper about 1” down from the top with my Tombow Mono Adhesive tape runner. Then I used my 1/8” wide Scor-Tape. I then placed them on my non-stick Bazzill Splat Mat and covered them with Flower Soft Glue. I sprinkled Baby Pink Flower Soft all over the glue and let it dry. Then I adhered the larger heart to my card with Pop Up Dots. For the inside I cut a piece of plain white card stock to 3 ¾” x 5” and adhered scraps of my patterned paper to the top and bottom. They are about ¾” x 3 ¾”. Then I adhered my pink ribbon with more Scor-Tape. I stamped my sentiment and added my 1” heart. Finally I layered the second black piece of card stock under the white and adhered everything to the inside of my card.
I’m so happy with the way this card turned out! Have you used Flower Soft? All these products can be purchased from Cutters Creek.
Flower Soft Glue
Bazzill Splat Mat
Very cute! A+ for originality Mandie! You have definitely given me some ideas -- thank you!ReplyDelete
Great way to use the FS! Of course I can only ever think to use it on flowers!ReplyDelete
Great way to use flower soft. I love the heart. I love the whole card, it is beautifulReplyDelete
Love the black and white. The flower soft heart is awesome!ReplyDelete
LOVE IT! Never thought of using it this way, but guess what? Now I will! Love this technique! You ROCK!!ReplyDelete
Wow! Gorgeous!!! Love the black, white and pink and that adorable heart!ReplyDelete
Mandie - I LOVE LOVE LOVE this card! The color scheme is gorgeous...and the flower soft adds a lovely soft edge to the color combo! You did an awesome job!!ReplyDelete