Reflections Scrapbooking Card Idea

 

Ingredients:
Reflections Designer Print Paper
Reflections Tone-on-Tone Paper
Reflections Storybox
White Shimmer Cardstock
Cheerful Tone-on-Tone Paper
Reminisce Tone-on-Tone Paper
Cheerful Title Stickers
Corner Rounder
CCS Circle Patterns
Foam Squares
All-Purpose Scissors

How to Create:

Cut a piece of White Shimmer Cardstock to 4-1/4″ x 11″. Fold in half.

Cut a piece of red dot Cheerful Tone-on-Tone Paper to 3-1/4″ x 4-3/4″. Cut a Reflections Storybox to 3″ x 4-1/2″. Adhere.

Cut a piece of purple writing pattern Reminisce Tone-on-Tone paper to 12″ x 1/2″. Adhere tape runner to the strip. Adhere the strip by gathering to form a ribbon.

Cut the following circles using the CCS Circle Patterns:
– red dotted Cheerful Tone-on-Tone paper using the blue blade on the inside of the large pattern
– light blue oval pattern Reflections Tone-on-Tone paper using the red blade on the inside of the medium pattern
– purple script pattern ReminisceTone-on-Tone paper using the green blade on the inside of the medium pattern
– light green oval pattern Reflections Tone-on-Tone paper using the blue blade on the inside of the medium pattern
– light blue with green inside (center of a flower) Reflections Designer Print paper using the blue blade on the inside of the small pattern

With each circle, fold in half and use the Corner Maker to punch the corners at the fold and open. Fold again in half the opposite direction and round corners again. Continue this step until you have the desired amount of petals. Repeat this for each circle, except the smallest. Adhere the circles together in the center. Curl up petals. Adhere the center with aFoam Square.

Fold two small pieces of green pattern Reflections Tone-on-Tone Paper. Using the All-Purpose Scissors, cut a half circle to creat a leaf. Adhere the leaves under the flower.

Adhere the Cheerful Clear Title Sticker as shown.

Finished Size:  4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″

Project Designed by: Jill Klasen

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Rene Bechtel
    Mar 05, 2012 @ 14:16:22

    Regards for helping out, great info .

    Reply

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