Feb 17, 2019

Flowering Lattice Card

Hello Crafty Friends - Annie here with a lovely Lattice card.

This card has an open front panel - However, you can place a colored cardstock 
behind the lattice for a different look.


To create this card you will need an A2 card base and a piece of cardstock measure 4-1/4" X 5-1/2".

On the extra panel die cut the lattice.  


Next, on the card base measure a 1/8"  from the score of the card. 
I did a light pencil line for you to see. 

Now, trim off the card base front panel.

Next, adhere the lattice to card base.


Your card should look like this - with a see through front panel. 

Next, die cut several flowers and leaves.


I like to do what I call a dry run for placement of the flowers and leave so I get a general idea if I like the look of where everything will be.

Once, I like the placement. I adhere the flowers and leaves in place.
Next, I add a bit of Nuvo Drops to the centers of the flowers. **Note - you can add Liquid Pearls, Stickles or any other embellishment you would like to the centers.


Now, the card is complete. You can add a sentiment if you would like. 
I like having blank cards like this in my stash. 
This way I can use them for Birthdays, Mother's Day, 
Easter or Just thinking of you cards.

I hope you give this card a try.


Supplies Used:

Dies:
Sue Wilson Designs - Finishing Touches - Faux Quilled Blooms


Sue Wilson Designs - Finishing Touches - Spring Foliage
Sue Wilson Designs - Finishing Touches Collection - Nasturtium Cluster

 Sue Wilson Designs - Shadow Boxes -  Stitched Lattice Frames

Embellishment:
Nuvo Crystal Drops - Pale Gold

Adhesive:
Zig 2-Way Glue Pen - Fine Tip
Cardstock:
Recollections Brand:
White, Pink, Purple, Blue, Yellow & Green

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