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Early May Bouquet Card

Updated: May 8

Hello Digi Divas! Thanks for stopping by today! I have an exceptional NEW Digi Set to share with you for April. A beautiful combination of Hydrangea, Dahlia, Rose and White Scabiosa adorn my Early May Bouquet Digi Set. I created this card as an inspiration card for the April 15 Challenge at Beautiful Blossoms. Thank you, Donna Walls and Donna Ellis- I am SO honored! Spring is upon us, and Early May Bouquet is blooming! Ready to craft? Here we go...

Suggested card size - 5"x7"


4090J- Early May Bouquet Digital Stamp Set B0000, V01, B12, BV02 - Hydrangea

Hammermill® White 100lb. Coverstock E40, E41, E42, E43 - Vase

Paper Accents® - Splash (green) RV00, RV-Custom, RV02, RV69 - Dahlia

5"x7" cardbase W0, W1 - Shadow

5.5"x5.5" Square Lattice Flower Burst Die Y00, R20, R21, R22 - Dahlia

VersaMagic® - Aegaen Blue YG00, YG01, YG03, Multiliner Olive

Sharpie® Ultra Fine - Orange YG61, YG63, YG67 - Leaves

Nuvo® Crystal Drops - Apple Green YR00, YR01, YR04, YR07 - Rose

Gold Baker's Twine

EZ-Tear® Tape

Dimensional® Glue

Small Hole Punch

To start this adventure today with my New 4090J- Early May Bouquet Digital Stamp Set. Size the bouquet to approx.

5-1/2" +x 6-0" and place over the edge of the paper as shown. I always "mentally" divide each sheet into halves for cardmaking.

Print on Hammermill® White 100lb. Coverstock.

Color as desired. I chose to use Copic® Markers.

I used Washi® Tape down the side before coloring

so I would have a straight edge. Later realized it was not necessary. The list of Copic® Colors are listed above.

Cut the page in half and set the second image to the side for a future project.

Trim your colored image to 5" from the chopped edge of the image and about a 1/2" from the bottom of the vase- to fit a 5"x7" cardbase.

Fussy cut the main image. Using a ruler and X-acto® knife cut your surface line 1-3/4" from the bottom as shown.

On the 5"x7" cardbase align the image along the fold and trace litely around the image on the front flap.

Fussy cut the FRONT FLAP ONLY.

Cut just inside the line. I also used a small hole punch for the small cut-outs.

Using the 5.5"x5.5" Square Lattice Flower Burst®

Die from my stash and Hammermill® White 100lb. Coverstock cut your background running through

your Big Shot®.

Using EZ-Tear® Tape adhere the Square Lattice Flower Burst® Die to the front of the cardbase flap as shown. Be sure to align.

Trim off the extra along the fold.

Wrap a piece of Gold Baker's® Twine around the vase and tie a bow.

Using EZ-Tear® Tape, align and adhere the colored image to the front of the cardbase as shown.

Cut a 5"x7" rectangle of Paper Accents® - Splash (green) and adhere it the inside panel of the cardbase as shown.

OPTIONAL: Adhere a couple of matching scraps on

the backside of the cardbase with a name plaque.

I edged the name plaque with VersaMagic® - Aegaen Blue. I also adhered a partial fussy cut of

a smaller bouque.

Cut around the extension of the "F" slide the die of your choice under the "F" and run through the Big Shot. Edge with VersaMagic® - Aegaen Blue and adhere.

Add two (2) dots of Nuvo Crystal Drops® - Apple Green. Let Dry.

Wasn't that a fabulous journey? Stop by often- I have several new card making tutorials coming soon!

Show me your creations at Jan's Digi Stamps Challenges where anything goes. Two ways to win gift certificates to Jan's Digi Stamp Shop. You can submit a creation using one of Jan's Digi sets or submit any creation using images from any artist- including yourself. I do enjoy seeing other crafters' creations. Join in the FUN!

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I am sharing this card with the following:

Gem of A Craft Challenge (

Polkadoodles Cardmaking, Craft & Scrapbooking Challenge

Crafty Calendar Challenge

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Double Trouble Paper Crafting (

Beautiful Blossoms Challenge

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Beautiful Blossoms joint challenge #136.

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