Trudy, this one’s for you!
Some of my customers saw this card in my stash that I keep in a basket to show at workshops. I created this Calla Lily card after viewing it on Heidi’s website. Isn’t it gorgeous? You would need a padded envelope to mail it in but wouldn’t the extra postage be worth it to see the look on someone’s face as they opened their package?
Here is a close-up of the lily’s:
- Ornament Punch: cut 3 in Whisper White
- Small Oval Punch: cut 3 in YoYo Yellow (or any other yellow will do)
Using a More Mustard Ink Pad, sponge all the edges of each punched item on both sides using a Sponge Dauber. Remember to complete both sides:
Using your small yellow oval, curl it up and glue the long ends together, glue to center of ornament punch shape. Glue the white shape over the yellow shape. It should end up looking like a cone as shown below:
Using the Pillow Box Die, cut one:
To make the pillow box match the card, I cut a piece of YoYo Yellow and glued to my Pillow Box. Next I cut a small square in Whisper White and ran it through my Big Shot with the Square Lattice Impressions Folder. The third layer is Close to Cocoa punched with the Scallop Circle Punch and the dots were created with the Perfect Polka Dots Impressions Folder. Notice the 3 Calla Lily’s that have been created:
Using your paper snippers, cut the ends to form leaves as pictured below:
Assemble your pillow box:
Press and hold into place for about a minute. Add a bow to the center:
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