I purchased the Daffodil Easter pic from Twisted Papers. Their web site is: http://www.twistedpapers.com/. They have hundreds of vintage card fronts to download for a nominal price. They also have a great monthly newsletter that you can sign up for that offers free downloads every month.
After downloading the pic and printing it, I fussy cut the entire bunch of Daffodils and then cut some individual flowers and triple layered them with pop dots. The top layers were adhered at an angle. Sorry the pic doesn't show the depth (still working on camera settings).
I ran the flower section through the Cuttlebug using the Cuttlebug Swiss Dots folder and then the yellow was embossed using Quickutz Diamonds & Dots folder. I thought that it looked a little like a trellis.
I cut the corners using EK Success Cardcreator Interlaced corner punch. These punches are made to cut all four corners of a card without cutting both layers of the card. Although I ended up cutting both layers anyway when I realized that you can't write on dark green cardstock. If you want to see how they work and other styles, you can find them on http://www.eksuccess.com/ . They have a great website with easy to follow how-to videos.
I really enjoy spending my spare time working on crafts. Specifically, scrapbooking & cardmaking. I also have a thing about figuring out how things work, so I'm taking on a blog.
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