Who could know that you can learn words by making cards... I have never heard of "nosegay." By looking at this lovely image from May Day Floral Nosegay Digi3153, I thought that maybe nosegay is another word for a doorknob. Well, go figure. I'm a bit smarter again.
May Day Floral Nosegay Digi3153;
Roses in My Heart 879;
Petal Soft [FL216];
Purple Potion [GM2001];
2 1/2" Double Sided Tear-ific Tape [SAT11];
1/4" Double Sided Tear-ific Tape [SAT01];
Nuvo Clear Mark Embossing Ink [101N];
Dimensional Glue ;
Tonic Eastern Oyster Layering Die Set [1451e];
I printed out three copies of the same pre-colored image. One was die cut with a die from Tonic Eastern Oyster Layering Die Set. I used Broken China Distress Ink and masking paper to ink the background. My aim was to make it look like a blue door. From the second image, I fussy cut the doorknob and a paper cone, and flowers from the third image. Everything has adhered to the base image with thin foam tape. The doorknob is covered with Dimensional Glue
To make the matting layer for the image, I covered piece of paper with 2 1/2" Double Sided Tear-ific Tape, adhered the image on top of it and covered the rest of the tape with Campfire Microfine glitter. I used the scissors to fussy cut the matting layer.
Mating layer for the background is made is made the same way as I usually do: I cover the edges with 1/4" Double Sided Tear-ific Tape, adhere the background on top leaving equal space from the edges and cover rest of the tape with glitter. This time I used Purple Potion and Campfire Microfine Glitters.
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