29 Apr Card stock paper and flowers make for a lovely flower vine card for Mom
There is great happiness and joy in spring flowers and this is so fast to make. The fun color comes from the Paper-Papers, Sampler Pack for Pop-Tones, plus a couple of other papers. The lattice is Cherry Lynn FRM132, French Lattice, the small frame, with sections cut away by hand. It matches the envelope; Crush, Blue Lavender, a yummy color that goes with everything, a vibrant blue gray. The vine is Curious Skin, Emerald: Cherry Lynn vine die, B127, Tropical Flourish. The card is a full sheet of Sno Cone, scored and folded. All the sample papers blend so well with each other that you can simply pick your favorite pinks for the middle petals of the flower.
Martha Steward made the little flower punches, any will do. There are 3 layers, all from the Pop-Tone sampler pack. Grape Jelly, the bottom set of petals, is the bottom petal layer in all the vine flowers. The second set of petals is graduated, top to bottom, in shades of pink: Bubble Gum, Pink Lemonade and Cotton Candy. The final top spiky petals are Razzle Berry.
The Blue Lavender envelope is A9, measuring 5.75″ x 8. 75″, and is perfect for a full sheet of paper folded in half. It has 3 little flowers cut out of the flap, backed with Cotton Candy and topped with the Razzle Berry. There is so much color in the flowers that to open the envelope is to welcome in spring. Enjoy.