Today is the last day of my Botanical Blooms online card class. This is my second favorite card of the set and it is inspired by my hubs favorite flower... Plumeria.
1 - Whisper White card base
1 - Mossy Meadow leaf cut card front
1 - Botanical Gardens DSP card front
3 - Pear Pizzazz leaves
1 - Whisper White flower
1 - Hello Honey flower center
1 - Hello Honey ribbon
I was extra nice with this card and cut all your pieces out for you so this card should take less than ten minutes to put together.
Stamp your leaves using Old Olive ink. The sentiment (from Tin of Cards) was stamped with Mossy Meadow ink, but if you don't have that, just use Old Olive.
The center of the Whisper White flower was sponged with a sponged with a sponge dauber using Daffodil Delight ink. Make sure you sponge the center of your flower before you adhere the center Hello Honey stems and before you adhere it to your card. The "plumeria" was attached to the card front using Stampin' Dimensionals.
Here is a pic of the plumeria in our backyard:
They are such a beautiful clean white flower with that bright pop of yellow in the center. Just beautiful!! We gave this plant to hubs for Father's Day last year and it finally bloomed this week. When we lived in the Central Valley we were unable to grow plumeria because it was too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter. It's nice to be back in SoCal so we can enjoy tropical plants again!!
Thanks so much for joining me this week as I've shared my Botanical Blooms online class cards. Make sure to watch for when I announce my August Online Card Class featuring the Foxy Friends stamp set and matching builder punch.
I almost forgot!!!
I will be a guest designer some time during the month of August on Craft Project Central. How fun is that?!! I will be showcasing a Back to School project featuring the Foxy Friends set which is completely adorable. I hope you will check back i!!
Thanks for stopping by!