Updated: Jul 19, 2022
Hello Digi Divas! I am so pleased you stopped by today. It's been an unusually cold winter for many this year. Today is a bit warmer but still a chilly 42 degrees this morning here in Pensacola. As I write this new tutorial thinking about spring and anticipating to see my favorite flowers in bloom soon! In anticipation I created this lovely blooming card using my new Spring Tiger Lilies Digi Stamp Set. Come along for a touch of spring fever while creating this beautiful quick and simple card.
Suggested card size: 5"x7"
MATERIALS LIST COPIC® MARKERS
Hammermill® Coverstock Y00, Y06, Y15
Astrobrights® - Solar Yellow YG00, YG61, YG63, YG67
5"x7" cardbase Copic® Multiliner - Olive
Nuvo® Glitter Drops - White Blizzard
To start: Draw a 4-1/2"x6-1/2" rectangle and place the lily image in the lower left corner as shown. Copy and paste on the opposite side of the page layout. Select a sentiment and center. Delete the rectangles and print.
Color as desired. I chose to use Copic® Markers to color this card. I love yellows for spring!
Cut the Astrobright® - Solar Yellow 4-3/4"x6-3/4" and adhere to the 5"x7" cardbase with fold on the left.
Cut the right side of the page layout to a
4-1/2"x6-1/2" rectangle as shown.
Fussy cut the flower and the curled Ivy as shown.
Center and adhere the main image to the cardbase as shown.
Using Foam tape adhere the fussy cut flower aligned
on top of the flower on the card front.
OPTIONAL: Using a piece of scrap yellow and the fussy cut curled Ivy from the second image. I used to decorate the back of the card along with a Design Badge.
Using Nuvo® Glitter Drops - White Blizzard® randomly place a few dollops around on the front. Let Dry.
You now have an elegant finished "Spring Tiger Lilies" card.
I trust you enjoyed today's card making adventure! I appreciate you stopping by and sharing a part of your day with me. I hope you were inspired to create your own card. Join Jan's Digi Stamp Shop Blog Challenge to showcase your creation! I look forward to seeing you there.
PS - I am sharing this card with the following Challenges: