Add Texture with Glitter Die Cuts

Hello friends. Its Teri with TerisMailbox. I am posting this fun layered floral card with plenty of glitter die cuts for CutCardStock!

Check out how the simple addition of glitter die cuts totally changes the look of this card!

The video is posted here (link https://youtu.be/MMTCe4PQB9A)

Die Cut the Pieces

Die cut the leaf frame die from Altenew with Gold Glitter Cardstock and set aside.

Use the Die Cut Hello from the Envelope Liner Die from Altenew to cut the sentiment from Gold Glitter Cardstock.

Use the Carolina Allspice Die set from Altenew. This set has plenty of layers. Die cut the flower layers using Discount CardStock Flamingo, Basis Coral, and Discount Cardstock Wild Salmon. Start with the lightest color and work your way through the coordinating dies. Die cut the gold glitter die cuts with the third die from the bottom.

Use Basis Green and Poptone Gumdrop Green to die cut two leaf layers. Select another coordinating green for the third layer.

These colors coordinate well to create a gorgeous coral bloom.

Assemble the Blooms and Leaves

Starting with the base bloom, use white glue to attach the next layer and continue working your way up to the center portion of the bloom. Altenew provides great diagrams to assist you. Assemble 3 blooms and at least 6 layered leaves. See the close-up photo above for details.

Let’s Put the Card Together

Now for the fun part! Cut a piece of Cougar White 100 lb. Cardstock in half creating a card base 8.5 x 4.25 inches. Score down the middle and fold. Attach the glitter Leaf Border. Center the Hello in the center box and glue. Arrange the blooms and leaves and attach them to the card front.

The glitter cardstock adds so much texture and bling to this card!

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