From previous tutorial, I am using the same technique in making these flowers. I am using velvet fabric in red. I used the 3.5 inch template and a 4.5 inch round template.
You can use coordinating fabric. Velvet is very thick so i had to make a bigger flower (4.5 inch). It's totally up to you what size you want to use.
I used brads for the centers of the flowers. You can use buttons or pearls.
These are the. Supplies I want to use for this card.
This is the cardstock I am using as a card. You can use any color you wish. But this is all I have. I also picked the paper I will use as background.
I folded the card in half using bone folder. I like to use bone folder because it will give you a smooth fold. If you don't have one, use the backside or dull side of a butter knife.
I cut a printed scrap holiday paper to use as a background. I used glue stick to glue to card.
For the image I used, I searched on internet for "free vintage X-mas image". I printed on white cardstock with the right size I want. I used foam tape on the back of the image. This will add dimension
I applied foam tape on the back of the image.
You can use any embellishments you want. The flowers are in the corner. I used red glitter glue to add accent. A ribbon, sticker, and charm.
This card is somewhat thick. It is best if you are sending this by mail to use a padded envelope. Or you can use a tissue to wrap it up with a bow. Have fun and be creative. Enjoy and Happy Holidays!!
- 1.0 8 x 11 cardstock
- 1.0 Christmas scrapbook paper
- Flowers from previous tutorial
- Hot glue gun
- Glue stick
- Foam tape (optional)
- Holiday sticker
- Downloaded vintage X-mas image
- White cardstock to print image on
- Glitter glue (optional)
- Other embellishments you want to add
- Coordinating ribbon
I'm a huge crafter by heart. Love making handmade stuff to give as gifts. I will share with you what I know and thank you for checking out my guides.
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