Orchids, accents, and blender pens.

We recently created an orchid card to coordinate with the paper potted orchids.  This card was a combination of quite a few techniques.  So I guess we should get started with a photo and then some directions.


First, figure out your words.  Depending on how large the sentiment is will depend on which way the card is oriented as well as how the rest of the card is laid out.  After you’ve picked your words you start stamping.  Grab your orchid builder stamp set and get your stem and some green ink.  Pear pizzazz was used here.  After stamping the stem then go ahead and stamp your largest flower or orchid.  Take the blender pen and pull the ink from the stamped image.  Continue on up (or over) until the card is full or you feel it is done.  Take your Big Shot or punch and create your hole.  After take a scrap piece of white cardstock (could be your punched image) and stamp your words and then punch.  Pop up with some mini dimensionals and stick.  Glitter enamel dots were added to accent.

Happy Crafting!

With inky fingers,

Joni 🙂

Published by Joni Daniel

I am a Stampin' Up! Independent Demonstrator and I love what I do in helping you to create. Please leave comments and happy crafting!

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