Small Paper Flowers on White on White!

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Oh my gosh – who could imagine that nothing more than small paper flowers and little greenery could create such a stunning card? Our designer, that’s who!

She referred to this as a “paper flower wall” and we think that’s a great description. These clusters of these adorable tiny paper flowers against this white on white card is honestly breathtaking!

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She started by cutting her frame and the circle background from white card stock and adhered the frame to the front with some dimensional adhesive. Then the whole thing was adhered to the card base.

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Then she ran the flower and greenery dies through her machine a bunch of times using white card stock and colored all those small paper flowers with Copic markers. She used BV11 and BV0000 for the flowers and YG23 and YG21 for the leaves and tendrils. Don’t you just LOVE how she gets so much shading on these itty bitty beauties?

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She then created her little clusters in some of the circles on the card, keeping each cluster as round as possible. This creates such a pretty “visual echo” which adds so much visual interest!

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She also gave those small paper flowers a little squeeze to form them into a cup shape which makes them very dimensional when clustered together. Adding those tiny Nuco drops in that buttery yellow makes them look fresh picked and a little greenery here and there brings the whole project together.

She finished this truly lovely card with a sentiment stamped in black and heat embossed in clear.

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Here are the products she used on this stunning project:

Circle Plate with Stitching Die

Leaves and greenery Die

Flower Buds Die cut

Nested Scallop Die With Holes

Kittie Says Phrases Clear Stamp Set

We hope you love this project as much as we did when we first saw it. Be sure to pin it to save it for a day when you want to create your own work of art using all these small paper flowers!

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