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Happiness is Being With You

Show someone you car with this beautiful Happiness is Being With You papercraft project! Featuring bows, die cuts, sentiments, embellishments, intricate cardstock and more, this card is sure to brighten someones day.  

  • Papercraft and Scrapbooking
  • < 1 hour
  • Beginner
  1. Cut the 12” x 12” dotty butterfly paper from the paper collection 4 ½” on the right hand side. Adhere to the front of the card so that the image is on the bottom and cut to fit the card base. Ink the edges of the card of the card with Tea Dye distress ink using a sponge applicator.

  1. 2.Next die cut the small oval from the Elegant Ovals die set. Place the smallest oval die from the Beaded Ovals die set in the centre and put through the die cutting machine again.

  2. Ink the edges of the oval with tea dye Distress ink.

  3. Cut out the ‘Happiness is Being With You sentiment and cut a triangle into the right hand side. Ink the edges with Tea Dye ink.

  4. Glue the oval about a ¼ of the way down and to the left slightly, with the sentiment banner just under the left a little. Bring the sentiment banner over the right of the oval and attach with a little glue at the edge of the card creating an arch.

  5. Wipe over some white card with either an anti static bag or cloth and stamp the butterflies with Versamark. Sprinkle with detailed white embossing powder, tap off the excess and heat with a heat gun to melt the powder.

  6. Die cut out the butterflies with the co-ordinating dies.

  7. Using Pan Pastels and a sponge colour the butterflies in. Wipe off the excess lightly with a tissue.

  8. Glue the smaller butterfly to the top right of the card and the larger one over the butterfly on the image of the card. Glue just the body of the butterflies and lift the wings away from the card to give some dimension. Add some decorative pearls on string about ½” from the bottom and top of the card.

  9. Stamp a set of the Botanical Rose flowers in Archival ink onto white card. Using a sponge and Pan Pastels – Hansa yellow tint and magenta. Taking more of the Magenta colour to the edges.

  10. Take the small flower and turn it upside down onto a foam mat. Use a ball tool and go around each petal in a circular motion. With your fingers gently squeeze one of the petals together to create a small triangle. Bring the opposite petal and glue it so that it sits around the first one.

  11. Add some glue to the other petals and bring them up to the main bud squeezing gently as you do it and hold for just a few minutes.

  12. Take the other 3 flowers that you coloured and this time using the ball tool and with the flowers the right way up go around each petal in circular motions. Then again in the centre of each flower. Glue the flowers together starting with the bud then the next size flower working your way to the larger one until you have one large flower.

  13. Make a triple organza bow and adhere to the bottom left of the oval and add the flower to the centre. Add some Stickles glitter to the butterflies, flower and edges of the card. Finally add a cream pearl to each of the butterflies.

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