Paper Moon Mixed Media Card

Hello Little Birdie fans  I am so glad you stopped by.  I am very excited to be sharing a new whimsical/Mixed Media card for Little Birdie Crafts .  I am having so much fun with their fabulous products – there is no end to the possibilities!  For this card I have used some of the stunning Chipboard, stencil, Embossing Paste, flowers and more.

Trim the packaging from the Chipboard Floral Corner and adhere to a piece of patterned paper  15cm x 10cm using double sided tape.  Glue the Chipboard Floral Corner x2 to opposite corners of the card front.

NOTE:  Little Birdie Crafts packaging is perfect to add to projects as it has such wonderful backgrounds and adds a unique touch.

Pop up the hand-cut image onto the top right corner using foam tape for dimension.  Secure the Dots Stencil to the card front using re-positional tape.  Apply Embossing Texture Paste – Avocado Smoothy to the stencil using a spatula, remove any excess before removing the stencil.  Set the Embossing Paste using a Heat tool until it expands.

NOTE:  Wash the Stencil and Spatula with warm water straight away before it sets.

Arrange the flowers onto the lower left corner of the card front, once you are happy with the placement glue them in place.  Trim the  Bloom Fence Blush.  Glue the top portion from the bottom left corner to the Chipboard Floral Corner, – tucking under some of the petals.  Wrap a few strands of the Sisal Fibre Natural  around the lower portion of the card front, securing in a knot at the front of the  Bloom Fence Blush.

Glue two  Burlap Mini Beaded Butterflies to the card front, fitting in with the flowers,  Add random touches of white paint to the end of the flower petals and to the butterflies. Finish by popping up the card front onto a slightly larger pre-cut card base using foam tape for dimension.

NOTE:  Photographing your card before adhering the flowers and other embellishments helps when deciding if they are positioned correctly.

Supplies from Little Birdie Crafts

I hope you are inspired to ‘get your art on’ and create something using beautiful Little Birdie Craft products – there are so any to choose from.  I look forward to bringing you another tutorial in a couple of weeks – in the meantime don’t forget to check out the tutorials on the Little Birdie Crafts Blog by the other Design Team Members – they inspire with every post!

{{{hugs}}} and Happy creating

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