Hello friends! I’m presenting this fun stacked die cut A6 card for CutCardStock.com

I love the way the Peach Bazzill Cardstock and the Gold Foiling set off the die cut flowers.

Start by Stamping and Cutting the Pieces

Start by using Gold Embossing Powder to emboss the blooms and stems from Stampers Anonymous Flower Garden Stamp set. This is an older set, but a classic in my mind. Die cut the embossed images plus 2 more using the coordinating dies. Cougar Natural 80 lb CardStock is the perfect choice for this soft Best Wishes Card. Stack the die cuts with 3 total layers.

Foil the butterfly and the Best Wishes Sentiment from Pink Fresh with Gold Foil on the Natural Cardstock. Cut 2 additional sets. Create the stacked Die Cuts by gluing together.

Create the Cardbase

Cut a piece of Natural Cougar Cardstock to 6.25 x 9 inches and score down the middle to make the card 4.5 inches wide. Cut and oval using the Hero Arts Infinity Nesting Dies. The oval on this card is 3 7/8 by 4 1/4 inches. Attach to the card base.

Assemble the Card

Cut an additional Best Wishes from the Peach Cardstock. This helps to offset the sentiment. Glue to the Foiled Best Wishes slightly offset to the left.

Arrange the stacked die cut blooms on the oval piece and glue down. Add the stems which may need to be trimmed to line up with the blooms. Glue in place.

Add the sentiment on top of the blooms in the center. A few gold sequins finish this layered card off very well!

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terismailbox

Wife, Mom to 2 adult sons, Mimi to 2 little boys. I love color, playing with paper and sharing joyful inspiration with my card creations. You can find me online Teris Mailbox, or any social media outlet @Terismailbox.