I have a video to show how these fun Etched Magnolia Blossom dies are put together. I hope you’ll enjoy watching!
I die-cut the pieces in white and ink-blended the petals to add color using Rosie Cheeks and Teeny Bikini inks. For the stamen and cone center, I used YG11 and YG17 Copic markers. The pieces are small so Copics are easier for me to add color on those elements. I also used a red colored pencil to add some veins and more dimension to the petals too.
After assembling three Etched Magnolia Blossoms, I embossed the Magnolia Branches Embossing Folder on some white Copic-friendly paper. You can leave it white or add colors in various ways – I opted for some quick Copic-coloring with some flicking to add color. This gives me a nice backdrop for my 3D flowers that I created.
To finish today’s card, I adhered my Etched Magnolia Blossoms, attached a sentiment strip from the Reverse Family Sentiment Strips set, and embellished my card with some iridescent sequins. I hope you like it! Thanks so much for spending time with me here today! Have a good one! ~Caly
Thanks so much for stopping by, and thanks to Caly for being our guest!