A Floral Hello Card
by Sphoorti



Hello Poppy Peeps!


It's Sphoorti again, and today I have a card which uses the 2552 Floral Vase Pop Up Easel Set craft die in a different way than intended. And this one's so easy to do, too!




I started by cutting up the some plain white cardstock with the bouquet (largest die) in the 2552 Floral Vase Pop Up Easel Set. I glued a number of them together to get the "chipboard" like feel. On the top layer, I blended some distress oxide inks to get a pastel rainbowy look.  I cut the bouquet stems in the middle so that I could make it look longer than it is, and I put the sentiment in the middle. For the sentiment, I used a hello die and layered a number of die cuts to get a chipboard feel there too. I topped it off with silver glitter cardstock. I used the same silver glitter cardstock to mat the card panel on the right and left sides.




I embellished the card panel with matching colors of pearls around the bouquet, and adhered it to the card base, and that was it! The only tedious part of this card was the die cutting, but everything else came together really fast and easy!




Did you know that the theme of the Poppystamps challenge in May is Flower Garden? For more information, check this page out: PSC#104 Flower Garden





Hope this card helped inspire you! Be sure to participate in the challenge, it's a fun one and you could win a great prize! Stay tuned for my Challenge reminder post on May 24th to see how I made this card:





Thank you for joining me today! Hope you have a great week ahead!




Sphoorti Floral Signature copy






Hi Sphoorti, I love your card, the colour blending is gorgeous.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

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