Wildflowers + eclips Oh My!

The Flower Soft Challenge (FSC30) is to make a project using Summer Colors.

The prize this week – Winners choice – 4 colors of Flower Soft!

Entries will be accepted for the challenge until Midnight CT on June 16th. The winner’s card will be featured on the Flower Soft blog on June 17th!

I have a new toy …. the eclips from Sizzix. Oh the possibilities! This machine cuts cleanly through every cardstock I’ve tried so far. It scores beautifully. I still need to learn all it’s tricks (and actually sit down and read the manual. Ha!). I used the eclips to cut scallop mats and the sentiment for my card. I paired it with the new Flower Soft Die Cut Dimensions Wildflowers 2, Christmas Green, Ultra Fine Sage, Ultra Fine Citrus Crush

I used the Sizzix eclips to cut the Yellow and Light Blue scallop circles (woo hoo – any size you want!) and white circle using Sizzix eclips Cartridge – Albums, Bags & Boxes. Sponge edge of circle with brown ink. Die cut sentiment with Sizzix eclips Cartridge – Flowers & Phrases from Dark Green cardstock. Attach to card. Shape the Die Cut Dimensions Wildflowers 2 punch outs  with a stylus. Add Flower Soft glue and Ultra Fine Citrus Crush to flower centers and  Christmas Green and  Pale Green around flowers. Tie ribbon in bow and attach with a glue dot.

Here’s a closer look at the flowers:

Supplies:

Flower Soft – Die Cut Dimensions Wildflowers 2, Christmas Green, Pale Green , Ultra Fine Citrus Crush
Cardstock: Discount Cardstock (Neenah White, White Laid, Nautical Blue Light, Sunflowers Light, Posh Hemlock Green Felt)
Ribbon: Really Reasonable Ribbon (Yellow Gingham)
Die cuts using 655934 Sizzix eclips and cartridges (656856 Albums, Bags & Boxes, 656163 Flowers & Phrases)

One response to “Wildflowers + eclips Oh My!

  1. Beautiful flowers, scallops and wording … wonderful card!

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