Use A Shape/The Flower Challenge #61

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This month’s theme is ‘Use a Shape’ . For my project today instead of using a shape die or a shaped card I decided to arrange my flowers in a shape of heart. I was inspired by Jennifer McGuire’s video about using small dies creatively.

Here let me show you my card so you understand what I meant.

I used Bohemian cover plate by Simon Says Stamp to create the fun pierced background. But I still wanted my focus on my heart shape.

These small flowers are perfect for my arrangement. With different shades of purple card-stock I created the flowers using the Craft A Flower die from Altenew. This one is called Dendrobium Orchid Layering Die set. Smaller flowers looked better within the shape so I skipped the larger ones.

In order to complete the proper heart shape I added some enamel dots in colors that matched with my floral arrangement.

Finally to complete the card I added the die-cut hello and sending you a big hug sentiment strip underneath.

This completed my card . I just can’t stop staring at this card as I think it turned out so pretty. What do you think?

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16 thoughts on “Use A Shape/The Flower Challenge #61”

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  2. WOW!! How beautiful and creative the way you arranged these flowers to form a heart, and I love the dotty background, it ads beautiful texture to your card.
    Stay healthy and safe.

  3. Very creative way to use your flower dies to create this gorgeous heart wreath, Jyoti! It’s really beautiful in the colours you’ve used and really stands out against your dotty background. xx

  4. Love how you have added a shape, the layers, the background all work together to form a stunning creation. Xx hugs Aileen

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