Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

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Hi everyone! 
I am just so excited to be apart of Lynda Kanase Design Team! Once a month a group of talented designer will be sharing our step out tutorial using Lynda’s dies. 

Today I am sharing a Memorial Day Liberty Card in a Box Flower Card using Authentique Liberty Collection. 

Begin by cutting all the parts form the Liberty Card in a Box Flower Card.
Making sure to cut extras of the flowers, leaves and stems from the Liberty Card in a Box Flower Card
Form box. 


Ink the leaves with ColorBox Leaf Blends Ink. 
Form flowers using tweezers; adhere layers together.

Fussy cut images from the pattern paper; adhere to stems. 
Adhere to inside of box to inserts. 

Adhere prepared flowers to stems. 
Add to inserts in box. 

Add sentiments to stems; adhere to inserts in box. 

Add a few more of the prepared flowers to front of  Liberty Card in a Box Flower Card
Add twine bows to front; along with placing elements on front of  Liberty Card in a Box Flower Card with pop dots. 

Fold flat to place in envelop for mailing. 

Enjoy and make sure to check out all of the Lynda Kanase products at your local craft stores or online.
Pam


Supplies:
Lynda Kanase Liberty Card in a Box Flower Card
Authentique Liberty Collection
ColorBox Leaf Blends Ink
Tan and Red Twine
Gemstones
Tweezers


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3 thoughts on “Liberty Flower Basket Card in a Box with Tutorial – Lynda Kanase

  1. Pam, this card is so cool! I love it!!! I never would have thought to use these colors/patterns like this. Fantastic!!!

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  2. Excellent card and tutorial!

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  3. Unknown says:

    The Liberty box is grand! Looks like a lot of pieces, but I'm sure I could tackle it with some coffee! Thanks for sharing!

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