January 4, 2024
Welcome to the Technique blog hop! This month our focus is on layered flowers! There are so many different ways that you could do that! The Layered Flowers Thin Cuts might be the easiest way to do that! I will link some other projects below, that I had fun making in different ways. If you are following the hop, you should have arrived here from Michelle’s blog. If you started here, that’s ok!! You will continue around in a circle until you get back to here! I know you will find a bunch of great ideas that you will want to copy!
So, for my card, I used a few different things! I used the stencil from the In Full Bloom Scrapbooking workshop, the stamped sentiment from the cardmaking workshop, and the layered flowers thin cuts.
I used the stencil a few different times with shortbread ink. The sentiment is stamped in grape ink to coordinate with the grape cardstock of the flowers. The leaves are cut from both light and dark sides of sage cardstock. Tof finish it off, I used some liquid pearls! (I don’t know about you, but I tend to forget how much I like them!)
I hope that you like the card that I shared today! I have a short video that you can watch of me putting it together, here.
I said I would link some other cards that I have made thatw ould fit for this blog hop. I have this card here that shows how to use different colors of cricut cuts for a flower. This one uses a different style of cricut cuts, that are similar to what I have done today with the large flower. Last but not least, this is a whole different style, with multiple layers of the B&T paper being cut and layered.
Thanks so much for stopping by! Next you should be going to Lauren’s blog. Before you hop away, however, I would love it if you left me a comment about my project!
Have a crafty day!
White Daisy Cardstock
Card Base & Envelope
Layered Flowers Thin Cuts
3-D Foam Tape
Thin 3-D Foam Tape