Waffle Flower Thinking of You Stitched Flower

Hello Crafty Friends! How’s it going? How’s your weekend going? Today, I’m participating in an IG Hop with some awesome friends to show support for our friend Andy Granick. He’s been going through, and is still going through some rough stuff, and we just wanted to let him know that he is loved!

For today’s project, I’m once again featuring the Waffle Flower Stitched Flower Panel Die. A few days ago, I did a post using the white frame portion and other colored cardstock pieces from this die. Well today, I’m using the white stitched flowers that were the by-product of using the white frame on the other cards!

To begin, I used the PinkFresh Studio Diagonal Stitched Rectangles to cut a panel of Neenah Classic Crest 110lb cardstock. I took a leftover colored frame from the previous set of cards and trimmed it down to 4.0 x 5.25″ and taped it to a separate white panel using masking tape. I then used a tape runner with removable tape to put a little strip in all the flower openings, and affixed the flowers atop that.

Once the flowers were nestled in the frame, I used Distress Oxide inks Picked Raspberry, Spiced Marmalade, Mustard Seed, Twisted Citron, Broken China and Seedless Preserves to ink blend them. I then removed the flowers and placed foam tape on the back of them. I used another frame as a guide for flower placement and taped it to the Diagonal Stitched panel (using masking tape) and nestled the ink blended flowers atop that. Once that was done, I removed the frame that I was using as a guide, and there you have beautifully placed flowers!

I chose a Thinking of You sentiment, which is from the Spellbinders Everyday Sentiments II, and hot foiled it using Champagne foil and glued that to my panel using Craft Tacky Glue. I attached that panel to a black cardstock panel using 3M Foam Tape for added dimension, and then adhered that to my card base, which is also Neenah 110lb. To finish up this card, I used PinkFresh Studio Jewel Mix to add a bunch of bling in rainbow colors as well.

That does it for this card! By using all of the white Stitched Flowers from my previous projects, this allowed me to make seventeen more cards!! For a little bit of effort, I’ve been able to make thirty-four cards using all the pieces! I hope you enjoyed this project! I certainly enjoyed making it, especially for my friend Andy! Check out his Instagram for lots of crafty inspiration, and stop by my Instagram to check out the hop!

Don’t forget to stay awesome friends!

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