- For the card front: Turn the card with the fold at the top. Cut a 6¼” x 4¾” piece of the pink flowers paper, but don’t glue it to the front yet.
- Place a 2½” and a 7/8” double stick blossom on pink flowers paper. Add raspberry flocking to these, scrubbing it in to completely cover the adhesive. Place a 1¼” and a 1½” double-stick flower on lavender mesh paper and add the purple flocking to them. Shake off the excess flocking.
- Cut two 12” x 1” strips of the tulle. Hand sew a running stitch along one edge of one strip, then gather the stitches to form the tulle into a circle. Knot the thread. Repeat with the second strip of tulle. Place one circle over the largest flower, then add the 1¼” purple flower over it. Secure the pieces together with a brad. Place the 1½” purple flower over the second tulle circle and secure with a brad.
- Punch out a flower border die cut and cut two 2¼” lengths (3 flowers). Mat three sides on each piece with lavender mesh paper as shown. Punch out the “birthday” and “wishes” die cuts. Position all the pieces on the pink flowers piece, referring to the photo, and glue in place. Note that the borders extend 1/8” beyond the flowers piece on each side and the purple/tulle flower is tucked behind the border piece. Add any remaining brads, then glue the constructed front onto the blank card front.
- For the inside: Cut a 6½” x 3½” piece of the stripes paper and mat the upper and lower edges with lavender mesh paper. Glue it centered on the inside back. Punch out the “princess” die cut and add foam tape to the back. Punch out the flower circle and “happy birthday” die cuts and add brads as shown. Glue all the pieces to the inside back, positioned as shown.