Wednesday, June 9, 2021

Hexagons, Leaves, and Florals - Pinkfresh Studio

 Good morning! I'm stopping by today to share a special birthday card I made for my daughter's 18th yesterday! I always seem to feel extra pressure to make the perfect card when it's for someone specific, and especially when it is such a special occasion, so I put a little extra thought and time into this card, and I LOVE how it came out!

I went to her Pinterest board for inspiration to start - and ended up using THIS image as my inspiration. I pulled out lots of Pinkfresh goodies and set to work!

I started off by die cutting 3 sizes of hexagons using Basic Label Frames and some Honey Gold cardstock. I also die cut some of those adorable little leaves from Garden Wreath Die, and colored each one with Copic markers to get the custom color I wanted. I also cut a couple additional leaves from gold cardstock, and some of those flowers from white cardstock.

I die cut a panel of white cardstock using Diagonal Stitched Rectangles, then mounted the hexagons with foam adhesive. I layered the leaves around them, some under, and some on top, tucking the gold ones in a couple places as well. Then I added a few of those adorable white flowers.

I added a hot foiled sentiment using Celebrate hot foil and coordinating die, adhered a few Glacier jewels on the flowers and sprinkled around the background. Finished off by mounting the entire panel on a cardbase created with Lawn Fawn Speckled Eggshell cardstock!

I can't decide what my favorite part of this card is - but it is definitely one of my favorite cards ever!

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