Spellbinders – Hello Sunshine

Hi again! I’m back with another card featuring more of the Spellbinders Four Petal Collection. I am in love with these dies. It’s really fun to cut all the different layers from various colors and build your flower displays. They’re so pretty and you can’t mess it up no matter what colors you choose.

For this card, I went simple but elegant. The greenery is more of a teal than green and my accents are all cut from gold foil cardstock for the flowers too. The flower layers are white which I felt gave me license to have a bolder background color.

After cutting and gluing the floral pieces together, I cut and embossed an orange panel with the Dazzling Dots embossing folder. Once that was embossed, I inked the edges with a darker orange distress oxide ink and splattered the panel with gold watercolor. I glued the florals down and placed and acrylic block on top for a while to help keep things flat on the bumpy background.

While that was drying, I cut the “hello” sentiment using the Thanks Enclosed sentiments die set. The shadow is black cardstock and the top layer of hello is matching gold foil with 3 layers of white cardstock underneath it for dimension. I stamped a sub sentiment from I’ve Got You Covered stamp set and cut it into a strip. The die cut sentiment is attached with liquid glue and the stamped one is popped up with foam strips.

Do you have this amazing die set yet? What color combos have you tried or would you like to try? I’d love to know!

Products used:
Four Petal Reflection dies
Thanks Enclosed Sentiments dies
I’ve Got You Covered stamps
Dazzling Dots embossing folder
Bearly Art liquid glue
Foam strips

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

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