Through the years I have seen various versions of Tuxedo cards. But I saw one recently which was made by hand that was in the form of a box card. What was especially appealing about it was that it was not designed as a 3D tuxedo. Instead it was used as a platform to show off twirled flowers. I love the effect, so decided to create a cutting file for one to display some twirled flower and leaves designs that I found in the Pazzles Craft Room.
The design includes two larger twirled flowers, and three smaller ones. It includes a tag on which I used my pen tool for writing a special sentiment for a special friend. You can use this sentiment, or change it to one that is appropriate for any occasion.
Heavy White Cardstock for card base
Printed papers in two coordinating colors for panels.
Printed papers for sentiment tag and backing
Green printed papers for leaves.
Yellow and gold printed papers for flowers.
Dries Clear Glue.
Distress Ink for edges of flowers- fossilized amber Distress ink (Tim Holtz)
Burgundy ink pen to color half of the petals of two smaller flowers.
Large ball flower shaping tool and pad.
Stamens for large flower centers
If you haven’t made our twirled flowers before, prepare to be addicted! Here is a video showing you how to easily create these beautiful, realistic flowers.
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