Create a card – Twinkling H2Os Flower

Hi Everyone;

I’m back this week with a card that’s a little more involved but totally worth the effort I think.


Supplies I used:


  • Neenah Dessert Storm Cardstock
  • Watercolor paper
  • Silhouette
  • Brad
  • Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
  • Paper Smooches stamp set
  • Twinkling H2Os
  • Mini mister
  • Corner Chomper
  • Piercing mat and tool


  • Use Silhouette to cut a 3-D flower out of water-colour paper
  • spread out the pieces of the flower on your craft mat


  • use mini mister to wet your pots of Twinkling H2Os
  • paint lighter green on leaves and let dry
  • paint centre of leaves and edges with darker green
  • paint all of the petals in this order: lighter yellow all over, then orange from centre of flower out and finish with a dryer brush stroke of a deeper orange (light to dark)
  • set aside to dry a little
  • cut a card base from craft card stock and round two outside corners with Corner Chomper
  • Stamp sentiment with black ink
  • at this point, when flower is not completely dry use finger to gently curve each petal slightly
  • use piercing tool to put a hole in the centre of each petal
  • line up petals the way you’d like them to look
  • add a coloured brad as your flower centre
  • position leaves as you’d like them & adhere with glossy accents
  • use foam adhesive to adhere to card base
  • Done


The shimmer is gorgeous in really life and I can see how these flowers would be nice as finishing touches on wrapped gifts.

If you love floral cards, sign up for Meghan’s Spring Flowers card class next week on Tuesday, April 22nd. Here’s one of the cards participants will be making in class, and you’ll go home with the lovely Hero Arts Blossom Art stamp set!

Meghan's Spring Flowers

Meghan’s Spring Flowers

Happy Stamping!


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