By Susan Cobb
Designer Tip: Use the Hearts Red Holographic and your die cutting machine to create a shiny red “love” for the card front. Use the red Spectrum Noir pen to add color to the black and white floral corner paper.
- Front: Place your card with the fold at the top. Cover the card with black cardstock. Cut a 6”x4 7/8” Colorist black/white floral corner paper so the floral border is across the bottom, Glue it even with the right and top edges, leaving a black border on the bottom and left side. Cut a 1/2"x5” Hearts Red Holographic and glue it down the left side of the card, leaving a 1/8” black border at the edge.
- Use the DR5 red pen to color in parts of the floral design as shown. Cut out a flower with leaves from Colorist black/white all-over floral paper and color a portion of it. Foam tape it on the left side of the card as shown. Ink the top and right edges of the card with black ink.
- Use the “love” cutting die and your die cutting machine to cut the word from Hearts Red Holographic. Glue it on the top portion of the card as shown. Place Red Jewel Dazzles™ on flower centers. Use black glimmer ribbon to tie a bow. Zot™ the bow on the left side of the card as shown.
- Inside: Cut a 6 1/2"x2 1/4" Colorist black/white floral corner paper and mat the top edge on black cardstock with a 1/16” border. Glue it even with the bottom of the card. Cut a 1/2"x2 1/4" Hearts Red Holographic and glue it even with the right side of the paper. Write or computer print “anniversary” on white cardstock. Trim to a 3 1/2"x1 1/4" rectangle and mat on black cardstock with 1/16” borders. Glue it on the floral paper, even with the left edge of the Red Hearts Holographic.
- Cut out a flower with leaves from remaining Colorist all-over floral paper. Color a portion of the individual flower and the floral paper on the card with the red pen. Die cut “happy” from Hearts Red Holographic and glue it on the card, above the paper. Glue the paper flower to the right of the word. Zot™ a black glimmer bow on the end of the word block as shown.