There’s a lot of fussy cutting in those cards, but the assembly is simple. The exact same steps are used to create the entire set of six different cards.
To begin, fussy cut loads and loads of flowers and leaves from the Garden Goddess collection. Loads. A lot. More than you think you’ll ever use. You’ll also want to cut out some figures which will be the central focus for your cards.
The cards are created by layering a cut piece of Garden Goddess paper, a crumpled background and a round frame cut using the Square Tag & Clock Dies, all in the same colour theme, on top of a plain white card.
With the base in place, a goddess is added (I added wings to mine), then flowers, and a Garden Goddess sentiment. Most of the embellishing is kept to the bottom and sides, with a couple of flowers added to the top corners. The focus is the Goddess in the centre of each card.
I couldn’t resist adding a few butterflies from Flutter as a final touch.
Garden Goddess Collection papersClearsnap Decades Dye Pad Antique MossClearsnap Decades Dye Pad Precious Pink
Clearsnap Decades Dye Pad Venetian Lace
Square Tag & Clock Dies
Printed Fairy Wings on Transparency SheetPlain white paper
Plain white base card
Foam spacer squares