A blossom flower card using the Very Vintage wheel

vintage flower card close up

I took the colour scheme for this card from the Domestic Goddess DSP. This particular sheet has a very small, subtle pattern. I also used the new die from the Mini Catalogue.

blossom party die

It’s extremely reasonably priced when you consider how many styles of flower you can create from it.

Here’s just one combination:

vintage flower card

Stamp sets: Very Vintage (117693), Teeny Tiny Wishes (W115370)
Cardstock: Basic Gray (121689), So Saffron (108611), Pool Party (124391)
Ink: Basic Gray (109120)
DSP: Domestic Goddess (122355)
Punches: Scallop Trim Border (118402), Word Window (119857), Modern Label (119849)
3/8″ Taffeta Ribbon: So Saffron (122982)
Originals Dies: Blossom Party (115971)
Other: Basic Pearls (119247)
Tools: Big Shot (113439), Wheel Guide (104834)

The card base is So Saffron, matted with Basic Gray. Both card colours were also rolled with the Very Vintage wheel in Basic Gray ink. The Gray version was punched with the Scallop Trim Border and  So Saffron Taffeta Ribbon was ruffled onto Sticky Strip just below the punched border. These layers were adhered direct to the card front. The large flower was die cut from Pool Party card and Domestic Goddess DSP. The small daisy was die cut from So Saffron card and the same DSP. Petals were curled gently around a Bone Folder and the same size flowers were adhered together direct and then to each other and to the card front with dimensionals. A flower centre was die cut from So Saffron Card, covered with Basic Pearls and popped up on the flower with a dimensional. The sentiment was stamped in Basic Gray ink onto So Saffron card and punched out with the Word Window. This was adhered direct to a Modern Label punched from Pool Party card, decorated with Basic Pearls and popped up on the card front with more dimensionals.

vintage flower card inside

Stamp sets: Vintage Vogue (W117690 or C118598), Sincere Salutations (W105156)
Ink: Basic Gray (121689)

The sentiment was stamped direct to card on the inside, using Basic Gray ink and Vintage leaves were stamped in opposite corners.

I’ll be back tomorrow with a guest designer Smile

Sara xx

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