Good Saturday morning. I have a colorful die cut wildflower bouquet to share with you today using several new flower dies by Rubbernecker Stamps. The background layer was made using the 5176D Nested Deckle Rectangle. I used 5175-01D Flower #1, 5175-02D Flower #2, 5175-03D Flower #3, 5175-04D Flower #4, 5175-07D Flower #7. I used the 5175-06D Flower#6 and 5118D Leaf Group for the foliage.
The Deckle Layer
- Cut the deckle layer using white cardstock.
- Apply thin strips of mounting tape to the back of the deckle layer and attach it to the white card base.
Coloring the Flowers
- Cut one section of each flower using white cardstock.
- Color the stems and leaves using a pale green Copic maker.
- Apply white crystal drops to the round tips of the the Flower #4 and set aside to dry.
- Color the flowers using several colors of Distress Ink and mini applicators.
- Shaded Lilac and Dusty Concord
- Wild Honey, Rusty Hinge and Gathered Twigs
- Spun Sugar and Worn Lipstick
- Cut the foliage using light green cardstock.
Arrange the Die Cut Wildflower Bouquet
- Some of the flower stems will need to be cut apart.
- Begin attaching the tallest stems to the card base using glossy accents.
- Work forward attaching the shorter flower stems attaching to create the bouquet.
- Cut foliage sections apart to create smaller branches, tuck them under the flowers and attach using glossy accent.
- Finish the bouquet with a pink multi loop bow.
I had so much fun making my die cut wildflower bouquet. I used my Stampin’ Up! color wheel to pick my color combination and I really like how all the colors work together. Thanks for coming by and I hope you have an enjoyable day.