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One Last Firework Before The Winter
In Quebec, the beautiful colors of autumn have past leaving behind brown and grey shades. Some flurries have made their first appearance, reminding us that winter will soon drape its white coat around us until spring. Looking at the new collection of flowers from Susan’s Garden Notes, the astrantia (from the Greek word “asteri” meaning “Star”) caught my eyes and reminded me of fireworks. So let’s celebrate in hopes that those astrantias will give us a little bit of strength and courage for the winter to come! Here are the steps to make this card. Step 1: Card base Cut a 13″ x 5″ piece of 100lb White Soft Finish Cardstock, score at 6 ½ inch and fold in half.. Cut a 6 ½” x 5″ rectangle from light pink cardstock. Cut a 6 ¼” x 4 ¾” rectangle from silver glittered cardstock. Cut a 6″ x 4 ½” rectangle from lilac ModaScrap – Thinking About Polinesia Collection cardstock. Using 6 mm Clear Double Sided Adhesive, adhere the rectangles, centered one on top of the other. Step 2: The urn Die cut the Garden Notes – Trevi Urn (1596) from White Soft Finish Cardstock (100 lb). Die cut a second time from the same pink cardstock that was used for …