Welcome to Waffle Flower’s April 2021 Release day! I’m happy to be hopping with the folks from Waffle Flower to show you all the fun new stuff awaiting you on the Waffle Flower website! This month, the Waffle Flower release is full of stamps, dies, and stencils that celebrate the hope and joy of Spring!
This month, there’s a full release that includes the Birthday Kitties set (stamp, die, stencil) and Birthday Puppies set (stamp, die, stencil) by Liz Mytinger; Pawsome Birthday Sentiments set (stamp); Jumbo Flower Pot set (stamp, die) and Simple Stems set (stamp, die) by Karla Jodoin; Teacher set (stamp, die) and Oversized Smile set (stamp, word die) by JJ Bolton; Pennant Alpha Stamp set (stamp, die), Pennant Banners (stencil), Pennant Alpha Duo-tone set (stencil); Confetti (die, stencil); Brick Wall (stencil), Spotlight Diamond (stencil), Spotlight Hexagon (stencil), and Spotlight Triangle (stencil); and Stitched Diamond Panel (die), Triple Line Diamond Panel (die), and Stitched Flower Panel (die).
Be sure to check out each stop in today’s blog hop for fun, inspiration, and chances to win some of these new release goodies! Next on the hop is Tracy Ware.
All elements from the set were white embossed onto a watercolor paper, watercolored and die cut using the matching dies. I adhered the pot element to the large floral one using a liquid adhesive. After that I popped up several individual flowers onto the large floral element.
Next I die cut a white front panel using the Stitched Flower Panel Die which I foam mounted onto a kraft card base. Followed by foam mounting the flower pot onto it.
To finish off the card I popped up a sentiment white embossed onto a red strip and added several Clearly Enough Enamel Dots.
VELLUM FLORALS AND RAINBOW
I used the same Jumbo Flower Pot Set for my next card, although in this case I white embossed it onto a Vellum.
The front panel I die cut out of a white cardstock using the Stitched Diamond Panel Die. The bottom part of the panel I “filled in” by inlaying the cut outs into their corresponding negative openings in the panel (and taping to the panel at the back). The top part of the panel I backed with a patterned paper from the JJ’s Rainbows Sampler. After that I foam mounted the panel onto a white card base.
The vellum floral element I cut into two pieces to fit onto the panel. I adhered them together overlapping in the middle. Also I adhered an individual vellum flower to cover the “seam”.
The sentiment I white embossed onto a rainbow pattern paper strip from the JJ’s Rainbows Sampler. Next I foam mounted it onto the vellum piece, which In turn was foam mounted onto the panel.
To finish off the card I added several Clearly Enough Enamel Dots.