After letting the watercolor paper dry COMPLETELY, the used the Evergreen Trees Die to cut a small forest out of the colorful paper.
Then she used the slimline Geometric Die to cut some silver metallic card stock. The then used one of the nesting slimline scallop dies to cut around the ornate die cut. She then used a second nesting slimline scallop die to cut a larger white base for the layers.
Michelle then built her card from the base up by adhering the white panel first, then the metallic layer with dimensional adhesive and then the trees, adding extra layers of foam tape to a few of the trees for even more dimension.
Stunning, right? Here are the items Michelle used today so you can add them to your cart and make your own versions of this simple but stunning card: