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I used the Love Arrangement Die, perfect for a Mother's Day bouquet!
I die cut multiple colors with the Love Arrangement die. I used a green die cut for my base and adhered it to a piece of white cs, making sure all of the little pieces were adhered, so none of the little pieces would fall out. Once it had dried, I trimmed away all of the white that overlapped the edges so it was not visible.
Next, I started cutting apart my yellow roses and gluing them to the green cs. I used a lighter yellow to highlight the rose petals. I followed that by cutting apart the daisies and gluing them down.
The hearts were last and for each of the 3 centers of the hearts, I popped them up on dimensionals.
I wanted to have the look of cascading flowers and I really love the sweet little daisies so I die cut the Love Arrangement die another time in white and cut the flowers apart.
The daisies were added, along with additional sprigs of green leaves to the lower portion of the circle/bouquet.
I finished off the bouquet with a 'floral pick' with my sentiment stamped on it.
To jump start my MOJO, I used a sketch from Craft Hoarders Anonymous, and the twist of the challenge, to use one old item (pink dp) and 1 new item (blue dp).
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Stamps- Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Precious Poppies
Paper- Neenah Solar White, SU Barely Banana, So Saffron, Daffodil Delight, Blushing Bride, Old Olive, Naturals Ivory, SU dsp, Nature Gmund Savanna woodgrain textured cardstock from CutCardStock
Ink- Memento Tuxedo Black
Other- Die~Namites Love Arrangement Die, scallop punch, Hemptique twine, dimensionals