Making Paper Flowers Birthday Card Using Botanical Builders
I love how this paper flowers birthday card is just bursting with bright and cheerful blossoms!
The paper flowers and greenery were all created using the Big Shot and Botanical Builders Framelits Dies. I just cannot believe these will be retiring soon, but that means you’re in luck because you can pick them up at 50% off while they’re still available. Wow! Of course, these dies coordinate beautifully with the retiring stamp set Botanical Blooms, which is also on sale.
Many of our retiring framelits dies are being sold at a discount, so be sure to check out all of our retiring products in my store at www.Stampin4Joy.com because when they’re gone, they’re gone!
The paper flowers and leaves were sponged around the edges to give a little dimension using either the same color as the card stock or a slightly different shade. A rhinestone jewel was added to the center of each of the flowers for some sparkle.
I pulled the card sentiment from a retiring stamp set, Flower Patch. It was stamped in Basic Black Archival Ink and then cut it out using my Big Shot and an oval shape from the Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies.
The designer paper I used to create the background for this bunch of flower blooms came from the Pop of Pink Specialty Designer Paper collection, which is also retiring. You can pick up this awesome assortment of beautiful patterns while supplies last at 40% off.
The colors used for this handmade birthday card are Basic Black, Whisper White, Melon Mambo, Pumpkin Pie, Daffodil Delight, and Emerald Envy. Tangerine Tango ink was sponged around the Pumpkin Pie flowers and Crushed Curry ink was used to sponge the Daffodile delight blossoms. Everything else was sponged using the same color ink as the card stock. I hope my niece enjoys this bright and cheerful paper flowers birthday card!
If you’d like to see another example using these framelits, click on the photo to the right.