Romantic Floral Cards

Hello Crafters!

Dana here! March has arrived! And that means new projects and inspiration to share with you. Today's project features some Romantic floral cards I created using the March Cards Tags and More kit from Tres Jolie!.

This month's kit has these lovely floral papers from Stamperia "Garden of Promises " collection and pretty flowers from Little Birdie, along with some delicate chipboard frames!

My cards measure 6x6 and these papers for perfectly onto my card base. I'll be inking all my papers using the Prima Ingrid Bergman quick dry Chalk Ink in Pastel Brown. From my stash, I used foam dots, Stickles Stardust and Diamond glitter, rhinestone trim and Dazzle stickers!

Card 1: I adhered one of the floral papers to my card base. Then from another paper I fussycut out the image of the little girl in the garden. I trimmed to fit onto the chipboard frame included in this kit and glued in place.I inked the edges of my chipboard frame. Then I glued some rhinestone trim along the outside edges of my frame. I fussycut some of the florals from my scraps and adhered around the top and bottom edges on my frame.

I took a tea stained doily (my stash) and glued onto in the center of my card base.  I added some foam tape to the back of my frame before adhering on top of my doily. I fussy cut one of the sentiment pieces and little bird from some leftover scraps, then glued on the bottom left edge. I added some Stickles glitter to the floral images and on the little girl's dress. Here's acouple closeups!

Card 2: I chose another paper from the paper pad, and adhered onto my card base. Then taking the vase with flowers diecut piece in this kit, i applied  foam dots to the back before adhering to my card base. I chose a diecut sentiment, butterfly and some floral diecuts from the pack, to decorate my card. I added foam dots to the backside of my butterfly diecut and adhered on the right side. I finished my card with some Stickles glitter and blue pearl gems! Here's some closeups!

 Card 3: I chose another paper from the 6x6 paper pad and glued onto my card base. I fussy cut out acouple sentiments from the paper pad and also chose one of the sentiments from the diecut pack. 

Using foam dots, I adhered both fussycut sentiments onto my card base. The diecut sentiment piece I glued over the frame image on my card base. I took one of the butterfly diecut pieces and glued at the top of my card. I applied some Stickles glitter to my floral images on my card and added a few Dazzle stickers. Here's some closeups!

I hope you are inspired and want to order your kit today, and start making some cards to send to your friends and loved ones. 

Thanks for taking the time to stop by the Tres Jolie blog! We love to see your crafty creations! So please share on our Facebook page. Be sure to check back often and see what beautiful projects that Kim, Jeanne and Crystal have created to inspire you!

See you next week! Until then, Have a Crafty Day!

Dana

We have a new mood board challenge for the month. Here are the rules. 
*You can create any type of project for the challenge. 
*You MUST say what you were inspired by. 
*You MUST include the twist in your design. 
*We would love to see you USE AT LEAST 1 of Tres Jolie’s products on your projects but it isn’t required to play along.
It MUST be a new project.
 
Here is the mood board sketch:

 

The twist for this month is: SPRING FLOWERS
 
Place your entries in the March 2023 challenge folder on Tres Jolie Kit Club Cafe Facebook page. This challenge ends on March 31st 2023 at 11:59 pm CST. All entries must be in this folder to be eligible for the prize (to have everyone eligible to win, we are limited the same winner to once every 3 months).
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