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Hello Honey Bee friends!! Today I’m sharing a sweet birthday card I made using the Lovely Layers: Wildflowers, Lovely Layers: Greenery, and the Floral Bouquet Wrap. This was lots of fun to make and I even added a wax seal! I have all of the fun details below.

First I die cut some dark blue cardstock with the second largest Scallop A7 Honey Cut. Then I mixed a bit of Confetti White Perfect Pearls with water and added splatters to the panel. When it was dry, I used Bee Creative glue to adhere it to an A7 card base.

Next I die cut the Floral Bouquet Wrap from a piece of paper in the Fresh Brewed paper pad. I folded it at the score lines and glued the edges to form the wrap. To make it easier to add the jute twine, I added double sided tape to the back of the wrap. The tape will hold the twine in place as you wrap it. Next I stamped the sentiment from the Tag, You’re It: Celebrations stamp set with Worn Lipstick Distress ink. I used my MISTI to stamp it a few times and then die cut it with a tag from the Tag Builder Honey Cuts.

I added a little piece of ribbon to the tag and slipped the ends under the twine. Then I made my wax seal by heating Pearl Wax Melts in the Wax Melting Spoon. I poured it onto the twine and stamped it with the Rose Wax Stamper. While it’s not a perfect circle, I am totally okay with it! I used a DecoColor Rose Gold paint pen to color the rose.

Next I die cut the poppy from the Lovely Layers: Wildflowers and the greenery pieces from the Lovely Layers: Greenery with pink, green, and black cardstock in my stash. I used a small detail blender brush to add shading to the poppies and greenery with Worn Lipstick and Rustic Wilderness Distress ink. After I glued the poppy layers together, I did snip off some leaves from the bottom of the stems and also from the greenery stems to make it easier to arrange them in the Floral Bouquet Wrap. I used Bee Creative glue to adhere the stems in the wrap as I arranged them all.

I used all of the leaves I had snipped off and tucked them here and there with some glue. I added foam dots to the back of the bouquet and the poppies to adhere the bouquet to the card.

Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you’ve found some inspiration for your card making. Have a wonderful, and crafty day!

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2 responses to “Lovely Layers: Wildflowers w/Floral Bouquet Wrap”

  1. Kimberly Myers says:

    Beautiful card! Where did you get your Matt you were working on with the wax seals please?

  2. Elaine Daniels says:

    Absolutely stunning! What a great birthday card to send. Awesome instructions. Thank you

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