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Wed 08

Flower Frame Birthday Card
by Sara Cook

Hi everyone! I have a birthday card featuring the Anemone release and stitched rectangle dies to create a frame.  



Take a Happy Birthday Foil Greeting White Circle tab and add Glossy Accents over the front.  Set aside to dry for several hours.


Die cut the Anemone Bud Duo and Anemone Blooms from heavy white card stock.  Ink blend the petals using Distress Oxide Dried Marigold from the bottom up, leaving the tops white.  Ink blend the stamen using Distress Oxide Scorched Timber.  Ink blend the leaves using Oxide Shabby Shutters and then Scorched Timber at the end and stem.  Adhere to flowers using the envelope as a guide.  


Die cut the Nested Chickadee Duo from heavy white card stock and ink blend the top and bottom of the head using Distress Oxide Scorched Timber. Ink blend the wings with Oxide Shabby Shutters and add Scorched Timber to the bottom wing.  Glue together using the envelope as. guide.


Use the 2nd largest Stitched Rectangle die and 2nd smallest Double Stitch Rectangle Cut outs to create a frame from heavy white card stock.  Adhere foam tape to the back.  Trim a piece of white card stock slightly larger than the cut out.  Lightly ink blend using Distress Oxide Stormy Sky.


Adhere the ink blended sky to the center of an A2 white card.  Adhere some natural raffia paper to the bottom of the sky to create a bird nest.  Adhere the bird inside of ht nest.  Adhere the frame with foam tape.  Arrange the flowers around the frame tucking leaves behind the flowers.  Adhere the Happy Birthday to you sentiment tab over the flower stems.







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