Peony Vase by Janelle Stollfus
- Cut out two 5-1/2 inch circles in Sweetie Pie cardstock. Score one at 1-inch from edge, add glue and adhere to back of other circle. This is the card base.
- Tape Batik Stencil over top of card base and apply regular paste to stencil where it meets the edge of the cardstock. Spread inward with paste spreader. Remove and clean stencil. Let dry.
- Repeat until the edge of circle is stenciled.
- Stamp Peony Vase with black ink on Mixed Media White paper and color. Cut out with circle die. Set aside.
- Die cut a larger circle than the colored image from Mint Julep cardstock.
- Tape together the largest scallop and circle dies from the Build A Wreath Die Set to make a ring and cut out two shapes from spearmint cardstock.
- Use scissors to snip around the inner side of the ring 1/16 to 1/8 inch from the "V" between two bumps of the scallop. Cut all the way through the last one.
- Add glue to the inner edges and adhere on the back of the Mint Julep circle. The cuts in the ring adjust the scallops as you move around the circle. Overlap or trim off excess.
- Apply black liquid enamel or black rhinestone to each scallop and let dry.
- Stamp sentiment from Tweet Chirps with black ink onto Mixed Media White paper. Trim and hand cut left edge as a ribbon tail. Hole punch right side.
- Cut Spearmint cardstock to match sentiment tag.
- Assemble the tags on ribbon and wrap around scalloped circle leaving it undone until the image is added.
- Adhere stamped image with foam adhesive to scallop frame and tie ribbon in a bow.
- Adjust tags and adhere with foam adhesive.
Also uses these supplies:
- MyColors Cardstock by My Mind's Eye (Sweetie Pie, Spearmint, and Mint Julep)
- Copic® Markers (BG10, BG34, BG72, BG75, E40, G20, G24, G28, N2, RV000, RV10, RV11, RV13, RV52, RV55, RV66, RV69, RV95, T1, T4, T6, T8, V91, V93, V95, YG01, YG05, YR30, YR31, YR65, 0)
- 3D Foam Squares by Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®
- Ribbon by May Arts
- Black Liquid Enamel or Black Rhinestones
- Circle Dies
- Hole Punch
- Painters Tape or Removable Tape
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