Jan 4, 2017

Botanic Window Box Card

Hello and welcome back to my blog today.  I hope you have had a wonderful Christmas and you enjoyed time with your loved ones, making memories, sharing stories and having fun.  

Today i am sharing my first project for 2017 with Heartfelt Creations and I have a Botanic Window Card to share with you.  I was inspired by a card that Linda Bontrager designed for Emma Lou for her Birthday and I designed this card as a result

I had wondered how Linda created that gorgeous card for Emma Lou and set out to try and re create it myself, so here it is.  Now, you can add more flowers to the box part of this card too, i decided to keep it simple.

Side View below

Happy Scrapping!

Botanic Window Box

Other Material: Peeled Paint Distress Ink; Tahiti Chalk Ink;  Glue gloss pen, Neenah white cardstock, foam adhesive; Spellbinders Circle dies. Ice Queen Prills; Glue gloss Pen. 

Instructions: Card base is 6x6 with panel cut form collection measuring 5.5 x 5.5 and a blue panel cut down to 5.75 x 5.75 inches. Cut botanic orchid out on white card and cut inner window out on same pattern paper as card panel. Adhere together with foam adhesive. Cut out Regal border on paper in collection and adhere to a white base as shown. Wrap sentiment from collection across bottom of die. Cut out a 4.5 inch circle and score a 4 circle inside. Fold circle in half, and on one half, make six cuts in one half of circle, to score line. Fold these cuts up, adhere glue and wrap around the regal border to form your flower box for window. Attach folded half to back of botanic window.  Cut and stamp 6 sets of classic rose and create two small roses. Cut three sets of classis rose vine, colour roses and vines. Mold using molding mat. Adhere ice queen prills to centers.  Stamp and cut rose from classic rose vines. Cut vine into three, then adhere flowers and vines as shown. Detail with glitter. 
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