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Peony Garden Corner
by Candice Crawford

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Hi there crafty friends, Candice here! 

Today I am back on the blog to share another spring themed card using the Peony Garden Corner stamp and die set from Memory Box. This large 6x8 stamp set comes with a large flower image that fits perfectly in the corner of an A2 size card. 

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To make this card, I die cut the background images with the Lattice Plate with some cream colored card stock. Then I die cut the Double Stitch Rectangle Frame from some gold card stock. I adhered the frame and the lattice background panel to an A2 cream colored card base. 

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Next I stamped the Peony Corner stamp with Versamark ink and heat set it with some gold embossing powder. Then used the coordinating die from the set to cut out the flowers. 

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Next I used my Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers in 2 shades of pink and 2 shades of green to color in the image. I also used my water brush pen to distribute the color in various areas of the petals and leaves to create depth and dimension for the watercolor look. I adhered the flowers to the left corner of the card with some foam tape. 

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Lastly I stamped the sentiment Happy Birthday onto a strip of black card stock in Versamark ink and heat embossed it with some white detailed embossing powder. I then cut the sentiment into two strips and adhered it to my card with foam tape. 

Very stunning. I hope you've enjoyed this project share and found inspiration.

Until next time....Happy Crafting! 

Candice Floral Signature copy

 

 

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Comments

Hi Candice, Beautiful !! I adore the lattice plate and all the die-cuts you have used on this very pretty card.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Lovely!

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