How to use flowers and bling on a greeting card

Sharing How to use flowers and bling on a greeting card. This card is featured over on the Brutus Monroe Blog. This Bunny Family is super cute. It is from the set called Bunny Kisses.

How to use flowers and bling on a greeting card

I really enjoyed making this little card. It gave me an opportunity to use up some items in my stash. like the paper flowers and the doily.

Here is a list of all the supplies used in case you don’t make it over to the Brutus Monroe Blog.

Brutus Monroe – Bunny Kisses
Brutus Monroe Detail Ink – Raven
MISTI
Chameleon Pens
Fiskars Easy Touch Scissors
White, Purple and pink Card Stock
Paper Cutter
Lacy edge Die
Leaf die
Paper Doily
Pink Prima Flowers
Pink Ribbon
Tim Holtz Distressed ink – Spun Sugar
Ranger Craft Mat
Ranger Blending tool
Brutus Monroe Rouge surface ink
Scotch tape
Pink Hemp Twine
Aleene’s Tacky Glue
Bone Folder
Zig Two Way Glue pen
Small Jute or twine
Tulip Glitter Glue
Pop Dots or dimensional squares
Pearl Gemstones from Paper Studios
Tweezers
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists, Iridescent Gold and Vintage Pink

Interested in purchasing the finished cards I make? I offer many of my cards in my store. The cards a usually blank inside and come with a matching envelope. The cards I make are A2 size or 4.25 in. x 5.5 in. in size. If you are wanting a greeting on the inside feel free to email me to discuss details or to connect with me via my Facebook page.

Hope you enjoy seeing How to use flowers and bling on a greeting card. Head over to the Brutus Monroe store to pick up Bunny Kisses today. Here is a video of the process as well.

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today.

This project has been entered in the following Challenges:
CARDZ TV ANYTHING GOES DESIGNERS CHALLENGE #5
FFC #180 Always anything Goes with Digital Delights by Louby Lou
Week 11- Colour Crazy Challenge – My Mum’s Craft Shop

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