Garden Party Invitations
Throw a garden party when the weather gets warm! Instead of making calls or sending e-mails, use die cut patterns to create your own Garden Party Invitations from Savannah Starr. Use a Spellbinder's Grand Calibur and flower dies for your cards.
- Aleene’s Tacky Dot Singles
- Aleene’s Magnetic Tacky Dots
- Scrapbook paper, cardstock, or watercolor paper – colors/designs of your choice
- Glitter (or dimensional glitter dots)
- Die cut machine (I used the Spellbinders Grand Calibur)
- Dies (I used Donna Salazar’s Carnation Creations Flowers)
- To prepare to cut your flowers, layer several pieces of scrapbook cardstock. Place dies on top (cutting side down).
- Place your paper and dies onto the bottom cutting pad.
- Cover with the second cutting pad and run through the Spellbinders Grand Calibur.
- To emboss your flower designs, place the cut designs die side down.
- Cover with the cutting pad and plate and run through the Grand Calibur.
- Push out cut and embossed flower designs from dies.
- Layer the die cut pieces and glue together with Aleene’s Tacky Dot Singles.
- Glue in place on your party invites.
- Add an Aleene’s Magnetic Tacky Dot to the back and post your invite on your refrigerator!
For a comprehensive video tutorial of this project, check out How to Make Layered Flower Garden Party Invites.