Swirly Flowers Wreath Card

This Swirly Flowers Wreath Card was made for this month’s Color Challenge. Choose your OWN supplies to make a card or project OR you can copy this Card.

Color Challenge #31
Swirly Flowers Wreath

SUPPLIES:

Stamps: Swirly Bird Photopolymer #141749
Inks: Flirty Flamingo
Highland Heather
Gorgeous Grape
Stampin’ Write Marker: Pool Party
Cardstock: Whisper White
Soft Sea Foam
Flirty Flamingo
Highland Heather
Big Shot: Swirly Scribbles Thinlits #141497
Layering Circles Framelits #141705
Adhesives: Tombow Multipurpose Liquid Glue
Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals

INSTRUCTIONS:

*1. Cut your Soft Sea Foam card base at 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. Score and fold at 4-1/4″.

*2. Cut your Squares:
~Flirty Flamingo at 3-1/4″ x 3-1/4″.
~Highland Heather at 3-1/2″ x 3-1/2″.

*3. Stamp three Flowers of each color.
~Flirty Flamingo cardstock with Flirty Flamingo ink.
~Highland Heather cardstock with Highland Heather ink.

*4. Get out your Big Shot.
~Cut out all six flower with the coordinating Framelit.
~Choose the large Swirly die and cut it from Soft Sea Foam cardstock. Use your Pool Party Marker to color all cut edges on the outside, inside the Swirl, and in the very center.
~Lay your Swirl on Whisper White cardstock. Choose the Circle that best fits your Swirl and cut it out.

*5. Glue your Swirl onto the Whisper White Circle. Attach your Flowers with Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals. Yes, I know there should be an odd number. But I really liked it better using all six flowers. Use the number of Flowers you want.

*6. Lay your Squares and circle on your card front. Decide where to stamp your sentiment. Stamp in Gorgeous Grape ink.

*7. Attach your Squares with Tombow Glue. Attach your Swirly Flowers Wreath with Stampin’ Dimensionals. Trim two corners of your Flirty Flamingo Square where they hang over the edge of your card base.
Your Card is finished.

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