DCWV Citrus Stack-Spellbinders Die Cut Frame Layout

Hello crafty friends,
Today I am sharing a simple but pretty layout I created using some fabulous dies from Scrapyland.com. Here is my layout. I used some beautiful DCWV Citrus Stack paper and some cardstock.

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The pretty “frame” was created by using the Spellbinders D-Lites Corner Flourish. I cut it out 16 times and then layered them on some slate blue cardstock to create the “frame”.

I then cut out 25 white flowers from the Momenta Flower Die set and then layered them to create the flowers. Finally I cut out the Poppy Stamps Meadow Leaf die 10 times and added the lovely leafy sprigs to the layout. I didn’t want to add too much more as I wanted the layout to look very clean and understated. That way my pretty niece Taylor would shine.

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Here’s How I made the flowers
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I started by layering a set of 5 flowers onto each other. I staggered the layers so the petals would “alternate”. 

Next, I inked the edges of the crisp white with my Aqua Cat’s Eye Ink Pad
Then I began to curl the petals. I used a crochet needle I had on hand, but anything you have that has a thinner barrel would work well. I curled the petals Inward and layered them onto each other. The center petals got curled more deeply to give the flower some shape.

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Once I curled all the petals upward. I inked the edges again so the ink would be on both sides of the petal.

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I Used the Following Products To Create This Project.
All Of These Items Can Be Purchased At Scrapyland.com
spellbinders d lites corner flourish
Spellbinders D-Lites Corner Flourish Die Set
momenta flowers
Momenta Mixed Flowers Die Set
meadow leaf poppy stamps die
Poppy Stamps-Meadow Leaf Die
dcwv citrus stack
DCWV Citrus Stack
Cat’s Eye Aqua Pigment Ink Pad.
Thank you so much for sharing your crafty time with me. Be sure to head over to Scrapyland.com and check out all of the amazing dies! Such a selection! Don’t forget to think outside the “card” when using your dies. They can go a long way and have many uses!

1 comment:

  1. WOW, this is absolutely stunning, so delicate and such a lovely photograph. I love your flowers.

    Michelle E xx


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