Thursday, 2 August 2018

See the Flowers...

Happy Thursday,

Another card made using the Scene card box die today there will a quite a few of these popping up over the next couple of weeks as I loved making them!

If you missed the video yesterday you can view it here as well as on my you tube channel HERE

Todays card uses the same technique to make the bike iwever I have altered the front by adding a window through this using my media plate rectangle die set.

I stared by cutting the Holly and Ivy die set in gold mirror card.  I spray glued this to a piece of white card and cut the panel out using the rectangle di in the Scene card box die set.  I then cut the centre with the oval die from the media plate die set adding a gold layer cut with the smaller stitched die in the set.


For the inside I embossed a piece cut with the sane rectangle from the set and slid this onto the box.  I used the waste form the front ( the gold and white ovals) and matted and layers these into the centre.  I then simply added the Holly and Ivy sentiment form the Holly and Ivy set and the poinsettias.


I stamped the poinsettias in gold izink pigment ink onto vellum then cut the whole set out using the matching die. I made up three flowers adding white micro beads in the centre of each flower.  I arranged these to one side on gold Ivy cut form them mini swirl ivy dies included in the holy and Ivy die set.



I love the way you can see the sentiment through the window on the front but the flowers wont get crushed!

Ingredients:

JND Scene Card box die set
JND Holly and Ivy die set
JND Poinsettia Clear stamp
JND poinsettia die
Izink pigment ink pad Gold


Enjoy...







21 comments:

  1. Good morning John Beautiful card it's very elegant such a great idea to make box cards & as you say the flower won't get crushed

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  2. Morning John, wow you have done it again, this is absolutely gorgeous, really and truly I lvoe this one and want to play too.

    The embossing folder you have used, is that an A4 size one or 5x7, I am sure Ihave that one somewhere, or at least I thought how nice it was and meant to purchase it.

    Stay safe, healthy and happy, hugs, June Smith xxx

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  3. Gorgeous card, John.

    Anne (Northampton)

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  4. Beautiful card John x

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  5. Just stunning John I love this card you crest such beautiful flowers
    Thank you june Horrocks xxxxxxx

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  6. Hi John. Beautiful card. My dies have arrived but have to wait until I get home in a few days to use them. SueL x

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  7. Hello John, a really beautiful creation, love the gold and white, very elegant. Have a great day everyone. Bx

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  8. Hello John,
    Another stunner today. It'll be hard to go wrong with these fabulous dies.
    love Maureen x

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  9. Hi John, Absolutely stunning,just love everything about it.Stay healthy and happy.Lots of Love Barbara D xxx

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  10. Hello John,
    This Frame is beautiful and very very versatile! I’m working hard so that I may have a new desk and more storage! Thank you for all the inspiration and the You Tube video is very clear!
    Love Myra x

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  11. Stunning and a great way of keeping the embellishments “safe”

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  12. Hi John. What a lovely creation today, and with a few tweaks could be ideal for a wedding too.

    Lisbeth

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  13. Great card again, John.
    Jan
    Northampton

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  14. Marie P. from Longridge3 August 2018 at 10:18

    A really beautiful card John and your U-tube video is fantastic.
    Thank you for sharing your talents.
    Hugs.
    Marie P.

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  15. Gorgeous and elegant card. Again, I really appreciate your You Tube video as I can not record the Hochanda shows and it is great to focus on a technique.
    Stephanie K

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