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Die-cut orchid cards

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Die-cut orchid cards

YOU WILL NEED:
Craft essentials
Dies: Signature Orchid Trio, Mini Ivy Flourishes; nesting ovals, nesting squares
Embossing folder, swirl
Pens, marker
Ink pad, Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Brushed Corduroy
Buttons
Pre-printed sentiments

TRIPLE ORCHID
1 Cut a 14cm square from orange card. Blend the edges with Brushed Corduroy distress ink. Matt onto a side-folding white blank.

2 Create a 12cm square frame from kraft card with an inner diameter of 9.5cm. Emboss with a swirl folder. Fix the frame onto the card front with 3D foam pads.

3 Cut an 8.5cm circle from gold card and secure inside the frame. Die cut an ivy embellishment and attach to the right-hand side. Glue a button to the centre of the die-cut ivy.

4 Die cut three orchid shapes in white card and colour using marker pens. Fix the vases and flowers onto the centre of the card. Add a sentiment and gems to finish.

FAB FRAMING
1 Cut kraft card to 12cm x 17cm. Snip two oval apertures through it. Emboss with the embossing folder and blend with Brushed Corduroy distress ink. Fix orange card behind the ovals, then mount the panel onto a top-folding blank.

2 Cut two smaller ovals from gold card and secure in the middle of each aperture.
Die cut two orchid shapes from white card and colour using marker pens. Fix vases and flowers to the centre of the oval.

3 Wrap ribbon around the bottom of the card and fix the ends inside. Attach a ribbon and bow embellishment in the centre. Add the sentiment at the top of the card front.

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