So lets take a look:
This card is very straight forward. So simple I didn't write a tutorial. Will tell what I did.
Using the kit from April Club Scrap. Cherry Blossoms
Using the paper at the top, I laid a die along the umbrellas and die cut. Then trimmed it down to fit onto an A2 card base. The Card base is white and I layered the grey shimmering velum (included in the kit behind. Using the same dye cut a white piece that fit above the curve and stamped a sentiment.
This is how I get my stamps to curve. I cut a little wedge where ever it is trying to buckle and then formed it to the curve. Stamped, and added happy on top.
All that was left was to finish the Kimono. This took some trial and error. I wanted it soft and delicate but bold enough to stand out. Ended up with the pink paper in the kit and gold foil tape both ran through the die cutter and layered. This die is from Elizabeth Craft and after doing a search, learned it is no longer available, but her stickers are still available and are the same design. Kimono Sticker. They could easily be used in this manner and fussy cut the backing card.
Placed on top of the court with dimensional, and added the Cherry Blossom Stickers from the kit.
Simple, soft and elegant.
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