MFT Stylish Bouquet Card Kit- 5 cards with one Kit.

Hello everyone!

The MFT Stylish Bouquet Card Kit is now available for purchase! Yay! The kit is amazing and I made 5 cards using products from the kit and add on products that are separately available for purchase.

Here is my first card-

To make this card, I started by creating the pattern on the background. (For my cards for today’s post, I stuck to the same color scheme. ) First, I inked all the flowers randomly. To make this easy, I cut out masking paper and masked all the images around the flower I chose for the pattern.

Once I was done with the flowers,  I did the pattern inside the flower. I followed the same for the rest of the pattern. Masking images around the intended one was what made the process so much easier and faster for me.

I cut out a double stitched rectangle, added a vellum layer and adhered the die cut letters on it. I also added a sentiment on a strip of white cardstock.

First, I pieced together the bouquet wrap. I cut it twice- once from plain kraft cardstock and again from patterned paper from the pad. I cut out the front flaps and adhered them on plain kraft cardstock die cut. Then, I adhered all the flowers and leaves. I used both the dies and the Stencil to add patterns inside the floral die cuts. I adhered the assembly on a white double stitched rectangle card panel, added a twine bow on the bouquet and stamped the sentiment.

I adhered the panel on Caribbean Sea card panel.

For my third card, I cut two double stitched rectangle panels, one in white and one in light pool. The light pool one smaller than the white.

I centered the die and die cut out the word ‘happy birthday’ from the light pool card panel. I planned to use the negative die cut panel for the card.

I die cut out some flowers and leaves from patterned papers and added details on them using the Stencil. I arranged them on either corners of the rectangle panel diagonally and added pearls for flower centers. I adhered patterned paper on white card base and added the stitched rectangle panel on it.

I die cut several flowers and leaves several times from different colouted patterned papers, layered them and arranged them on a white rectangle panel. I added pearls to flower centers and stamped a couple of sentiments.

I adhered this panel on a card base on which I already adhered a patterned paper.

For my last card, I went for a flower garden look 🙂 I die cut out a strip of grass and sponged green ink on it. I also inked a white panel with more green and clouds.

Then, I adhered everything in place and stamped the sentiment. Adhered the panel on a Kraft card base.

Supplies used-

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