Green Tidings

Hello everyone, Lounon here.
Today, I share with you a card I made mixing some products from the February Collection with some older essentials !
First, I die cut the biggest stitched rectangle from the A2 Stitched Layered Card Toppers Die Set into white cardstock.
Then, I stamped the Wild Flowers Slimline 4x8 Stamp Set with my Watermark Emboss Pad. As my rectangle is larger than the stamp I stamped it twice : I put anti static powder on my panel, stamped the flowers a first time and embossed them with my white embossing powder and I did the same thing once again to fill the left space. After that, I inked it with my Prickly Pear Perfection inkpad.
I matted and layered my panel with a bigger white rectangle.
Then, I used the two smaller dies from the A2 Stitched Layered Card Toppers Die Set to make a stitched frame into white cardstock. I glued it on the base of my card.
After that, I cut the Lovely Peony Cluster Dies twice into white cardstock and I inked them with my Prickly Pear Perfection, Olive Branch and Four Leaf hybrid inkpads. I splattered some green and white paints on it with a brush and some water. I wanted relief so I die cut the leaves six times into white thick cardstock and I glued three leaves behind each inked green leaf.
Then, I used the Chloe Alpha Uppercase Die Set and Chloe Alpha Lowercase Die Set to cut my sentiment. I used the uppercase A, the lowercase i and the exclamation mark. I cut them six times each. For the top letters, I inked a piece of white cardstock with my Prickly Pear Perfection and stamped my Wild Flowers Slimline 4x8 Stamp Set on it with my Four Leaf. I die cut my letters onto it. I glued all the layers of my letters together.
Finally, I glued the leaves and my sentiment on the card and added a bow.
Et voilà !
May the craft be with you !

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