Hello, my Hedgehog friends!

I am back with another awesome card for this month’s subscription box.
For this project I wanted to play with the patterned paper that was included with all the other contents of the box, there were several choices to pick from but I ended up choosing this beautiful paper with the red flowers or roses on it.

I was not sure of what I wanted to do with it at first but then it just came to me, like a lightbulb in my head lol, and I decided to fussy cut several of the flowers out of one of the sheets of paper (by the way, I only ended up using half a sheet for this card!) and from there on I decided my color scheme and arrangement.

I have had this die set from Gina Marie designs for a while and I hadn’t found the perfect card to use it with, until now. They are these large labels with pretty stitched detail on the edges and beautiful detail on the one end.

I die cut the largest die out of the set using my Gemini using craft color card stock and I stamped the sentiment that reads “My craft room isn’t messy, I just have everything on display” at the bottom of the die-cut piece.

After I placed my cut flowers on the craft label I decided I wanted to go with a pink, craft, brown color scheme, and so I layered my huge label with the sentiment on it on top of brown card stock that I had previously cut to be a little bit smaller than your regular A2 size card base. I also roughed up the edges using scissors to give it more of a distressed look.

I proceeded to glue my pieces onto a white base cut to be 4.25 x 5.5 inches and called it a day.

That was it, this card is super easy and super quick to make, the only thing that took me a little bit of time was fussy cutting the flowers but I didn’t mind doing that since their shape was actually very straight forward.

Thanks so much for reading this far. I hope I was able to inspire you to create something pretty. Please make sure to tag us in your social media when you post your beautiful creations using Hedgehog hollow products.

Until next week,

Luisana.