- Stamp Set – Good Morning Magnolia (149298)
- Card Stock – Very Vanilla (101650); Petal Pink (146985); Basic Black (121045)
- Stamp Pads – Staz-On Jet Black (101406); Crumb Cake (147116); Pear Pizzazz (147104); Flirty Flamingo (147052); Petal Pink (147108)
- Misc. – Stitched Nested Labels Dies (149638); Watercolor Paper (122959); Rose Metallic Thread (146915); Aqua Painters (103954); Wink of Stella (141897); Heat Tool (optional) (129053); Snail Adhesive (104332); Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430)
- Petal Pink Cardstock- 8 ½” x 5 ½” score on the long side @ 4 ¼”
- Basic Black Cardstock- 5 ¼” x 4”
- Watercolor Paper- 5 1/8” x 3 7/8”
- Very Vanilla Cardstock- 2 ½” x 2”
- Fold Petal Pink card base in half at 4 ¼” and adhere the Basic Black layer on top with Snail Adhesive.
- Stamp the magnolia image using Staz-on ink on the watercolor paper. If you have a stamp positioning tool like the Stamparatus then it would be useful here. You may need to stamp the image a few times to get good coverage on the thick textured watercolor paper.
- Watercolor the flower using Aqua Painters and Petal Pink ink. Squeeze your ink pad while its closed to get ink in the lid and use that to watercolor with. Let each layer of color dry to get the darker areas of the petals. I used my heat tool to help make the process quicker. I used Flirty Flamingo for the center of the flower.
- I did the leaves the same way using Pear Pizzazz ink. The stem is using Crumb Cake ink. Attach to the front of the card using snail adhesive when it’s dry.
- Stamp the sentiment on the Very Vanilla piece of cardstock and die cut with the Stitched Nested Labels Dies. Put a little Snail Adhesive behind the sentiment piece and “nest” some Rose Metallic Thread behind it. Add two dimensionals and attach to front of the card.