Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Acetate Floral Hugs Card

This card idea came from a beautiful card that I found a while ago created by Barbara Tarayao. I had a hard time reading the watermark on her artwork and it was by luck that I was able to find her card a second time. 

This is a top folding card with a piece of acetate joining the two front panels. All the flowers and leaves were die cut, assembled and then adhered to the open section of the card. That took a LONG time to do! The edges were created by using a stitched rectangle die and an embossing die. They were placed on the same angle as the opening. An extra flower was cut and adhered beside the sentiment which was stamped and adhered to a vellum base. 

Products used are as follows:

Paper: Cardstock - White Daisy, Pewter, Glacier, Lagoon, Sundance, Wild Berry, Lemonade, Vellum (all CTMH)

Stamps: none

Inks: none

Accessories: Stitched Rectangle Thin Cuts, Decorative Borders Thin Cuts (both CTMH), Hugs Die (PFS), Etched Crocus Stems Die (SSS), Acetate



1 comment:

KT Fit Kitty said...

Gorgeous card and beautiful die-cuts! Yes, it looks like it took a long time! But worth it!