Vintage Floret stamp. Brandy hand cuts each flower since she finds the fussy cutting to be relaxing. This adds a certain neatness to the look of the flower. The flowers are shaped using a technique similar to that used in this video, though I'm not sure Brandy uses glue dots to make the shape happen. Behind the flowers is leaves stamped with Heartfelt Creations Classic Leaf stamp onto green paper. In this case, she die cut the image using the coordinating die. A few drops of VivaDecor Pearl Pens create these fabulous embellishments and the card is practically finished.
Brandy made the envelope so that she could make it dimensional to prevent her flowers from being crushed. This image is to show you how the space allows the flowers to retain their shape. Of course, this envelope was hand delivered making this design useful. Still, with Christmas coming up, this is a grand idea, don't you think.
Here's the card all tied up and read for delivery. Fantastic don't you think!?!
I'm going to link up to Jennifer McGuire's Sharing Handmade Kindness challenge and the SSS Wednesday Challenge Simon Says Thanks/Thanksgiving.