Wednesday, April 13, 2022

Sending You Love & Hugs Card Featuring the Lovely Layers: Easter Lily

Hello crafty friends!  Today I'm sharing a sweet card featuring Honey Bee Stamps Lovely Layers: Easter Lily dies.  This is one of their early sets in the Lovely Layers line, and also one of my favorites!

The card base is a top-folding A2 size with edges I inked up by dragging the Saltwater Taffy Distress Oxide pad along the edges.  This is a quick and easy way to have a perfectly coordinating layer!  Next I die cut some 80# Neenah Solar White cardstock using the Quilted A2 Cover Plate die and trimmed it down to 4" x 5-¼".  Then I adhered it to the card base with Bee Creative glue.

Next I die cut the Lovely Layers: Easter Lily dies from white cardstock.  I used the smallest of the Detail Blender brushes to add Abandoned Coral and Saltwater Taffy Distress Oxide to the flowers' petals.  Then I added some dots to the petals with a R14 Copic marker.

I used Rustic Wilderness and Mowed Lawn to color the leaves and stamen stems.  Squeezed Lemonade is the color I used for the stamen tips.  I used some small foam dots to adhere with center flower layers and Bee Creative glue for the other pieces.

Then I stamped the sentiments from the Get Well Soon set with Intense Black ink.  I used the coordinating dies to cut them out and added foam tape to adhere them to the card.

After I adhered the flowers and leave to the card with glue, I added white pearls from the True Pearl pearl stickers set to the intersecting lines of the die cut card panel.  I love the shine and the detail that these pearls add!

Thank you so much for stopping by today!  If you are interested, check out my Instagram where I will have a short "reel" posted of my card making process.  I will post it most likely sometime this morning.  Have a wonderful day--stay crafty!!

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