I started the Wisteria Wonder layer of this card a while back for a color challenge that put Wisteria Wonder with a couple of bright colors. I don't know if I had used the Wisteria Wonder Seam Binding before but I thought was so lovely but just couldn't come up with anything I liked when I put it with the brighter colors required of the color challenge so I set it aside, later putting it together with a simple white 5 petal flower cut with the Botanical Builders framelits.
- The striped layer was stamped with the Brushstroke background stamp (W#138952; C#139533) in Wisteria Wonder ink on Wisteria Wonder cardstock.
- I tied a bow around that layer with Wisteria Wonder Seam Binding(#134570) and mounted it onto a Whisper White Thick card using a few Stampin' Dimensionals.
- There are 14 dies in the Botanical Builder Framelit die set. So, whenever I need a particular shape cut I grab a few others and cut a few other shapes that will fit on whatever scrap of paper I'm using. As long as I'm cutting one piece I cut a few others at the same time. Because of this I had a little stash of builder pieces ready to pull this sweet 5 petaled flower together.
- Then, I added a little Wisteria Wonder to the center area with a sponge dauber (#133773) and added a So Saffron flower center, also cut with the Botanical Builder framelits and topped it off with Crushed Curry Dots from The It's My Party Enameled Dots (#140554).
- I stamped the leaf detail from smallest leaf from the Botanical Blooms stamp set (#140757) and cut it with the corresponding framelit. The leaves are applied to the Wisteria Wonder with adhesive. The flower is attached with Stampin' Dimensionals.
- Three small pieces of Hello Honey Washi tape (Botanical Gardens Designer Washi Tape #140586) are added to the right side of the Wisteria Layer to help pop the flower center. Note how three different shades of yellow blend together really well.
- I stamped the Happy Birthday Greeting from the Rose Wonder stamp set (#140697).
Here is a close up of the flower and ribbon:
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