As august is a busy month for me with family celebrations I was using the flower stamp a lot, so rang Faye to see it was available in a larger size, a few days later it arrived in the post, Thanks Faye.
Using antique linen and brushed corduroy distress ink randomly stamp the small flower, onto a piece of cream leather look card, with a stencil brush lightly go over this with antique linen, stamp the large flower onto a piece of pale gold pearl card using dark brown pigment ink, clear emboss them, cut out the brown one but only the flower head from the pale gold card, glue this to the brown flower, cut apiece of brown card 16.6cmx11.6cm and a piece of the cream stamped backing card 16cmx11cm go around the edge of the cream card with brushed corduroy, attach this centrally to the brown card and then centrally to a 7”x5” pale gold card, glue the flower to the top left hand corner and stamp thank you in brushed corduroy,
Pink Quick and Simple
Using a black pigment ink stamp the large flower once onto black card, and twice onto pink card clear emboss them. Cut out the black flower but only the pink flower heads, flat glue one pink flower to the black one, curl up the petals of the second pink one and glue onto the other one, cut a piece of black card 16cmx8cm and a piece of pink card 15cmx7cm attach the pink card centrally to the black card, glue some narrow white/silver ribbon 2.5cm in on the back from the top left hand corner go around the bottom right hand corner and back up to the top left hand corner, hold this in place on the back with some glue or double sided tape, attach this 1cm up from the bottom of a white DL card, shape the leaves down on the flower using glue or foam pads glue to the top left hand corner of the card, with a silver pen go around the edge of a white and black die cut tags, onto the white one in black pigment ink stamp happy birthday and clear emboss it, glue this to the top of the black tag with some of the black showing, using the white/silver ribbon tie them to the ribbon on the card and hold in place with a foam pad.