Wednesday, April 4, 2018
All daisies are pretty, but my favorite are the Gerbera Daisies. We can create beautiful flowers with Susan's Garden Notes Gerbera Daisy die set.
This is a picture of a pink Gerbera Daisy I found and tried to duplicate it. It was easy to do using Susan's Gerbera Daisy die set. If you need help in learning how to assemble this flower, you can view Susan's Garden Club Video on Facebook at this LINK. The pieces for three daisies were die cut. They were shaped using Susan's Flower Tool Kit.
This is a 6-inch square card. For the background use a piece of white Soft finish cardstock cut 5 3/4 inches square. Use Cracked Pistachio, Worn Lipstick, Tattered Rose, and Squeezed Lemonade Distress Oxide Inks to create a watercolored background.
Use the Garden Scene and Fitted Square die sets to die cut a narrow frame. Use the largest Fitted Square die inside the Garden Scene die. Tape the two dies on the card stock and run through the die cutting machine. Attach the frame over the watercolor background, using 3mm Clear Double Sided Adhesive.
Use the Garden Notes Ostrich Fern die set and die cut 3 ferns. Use the Garden Notes Berry Branch and die cut one branch. Color the stems brown and add Pearl White Nuvo dots for the berries.
Use the Dancing Butterfly die set to die cut the Butterfly. Use a piece of white card stock that has Clear Double Sided Adhesive attach to the top. Peel of the adhesive covering and sprinkle with Silverado Silk Microfine Glitter. Shine by rubbing well with your fingers.
Arrange the Ferns, Berry Branch (which has been cut into small branches), and the flowers and leaves to the lower left corner of the card.
Use the Words 4 die set and die cut one light green sentiment (friends). Attach at the top of the card.
Attach the Butterfly as shown.
This is such a beautiful flower and does not take long to assemble. Since it is a dimensional card, you can mail this it inside one of the clear acrylic boxes, linked below.
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