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Sizzix Inspiration | Happiness Card by Aida Haron

Hi everyone, it's Aida here back with a Happiness Card. When it comes to pretty cards, there is no such thing as too many pretty cards, do we agree ? Today I've mixed a Tim Holtz Alterations Pocket Envelope with 2 dies by Brenda Walton, the Camillia and the Leaves. I love mixing dies from across the Sizzix Designers, they have different styles, and this mix makes a project look interesting.

Sizzix Inspiration | Happiness Card by Aida Haron

For the Camillia you can find the PDF instructions on Sizzix.com.

Sizzix Inspiration | Happiness Card by Aida Haron

Sizzix Inspiration | Happiness Card by Aida Haron

Here are the dies used for the card.

Sizzix Inspiration | Happiness Card by Aida Haron

If you love die-cut flowers, you will like the Susan's Garden Tool Kit as it comes with the very useful Ball Stylus which makes curling the flower petals really easy. Using the stylus, starting from the center in a circular motion, gently go over each petal till it curls upwards.

Sizzix Inspiration | Happiness Card by Aida Haron

The card is 5 inches tall and 4 inches on the top and because of the size, I used only the medium and small petal layers of the die. The larger flower had 3 medium and 1 small petal layer, the smaller flower with 3 small petal layers. Below you can see the leaf and the flower were assembled first before adhering the piece to the card base.

Such a sweet card to make and give to someone special. I hope this has inspired you to make one today, thank you for dropping by!

Signature:Aida

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Other Supplies Used:

  • Paper : Blue Fern Studio | Crate Paper
  • Distress Ink : Spun Sugar | Dried Marigold
  • Ribbon : May Arts

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One thought on “Sizzix Inspiration | Happiness Card by Aida Haron”

  • Rosetta Jenkins
    Rosetta Jenkins May 28, 2015 at 12:39 am

    Only Queen Aida could mix the romance of Lady Brenda and the edginess of Sir Tim and create a wonderful pretty, pretty and PRETTY beautiful card. I bow down to you, girl!

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