Flower Stationery Set Tutorial by Ashley Horton

Ashley Horton (Blog: Ashley Horton | Instagram: @ashleyhorton75# | Pinterest: @ahorton | Twitter: @ashleymh1675) has a lovely tutorial to share today!

Ashley Horton


Supplies: Serendipity (369228) – 12×12 in Stencil, Serendipity (369187) – One Fine Day, Serendipity (369183) – Lucky Stars, Serendipity (369185) – Hello Beautiful, Serendipity (369198) – Very Vanilla, Serendipity (369186) – Summer Breeze, Serendipity (369226) – Premium Ribbon, Serendipity (369224) – Dies, AC Cardstock (370766) – Mini Cards and Envelopes, AC Cardstock (370767) – Mini Cards and Envelopes, AC Cardstock (370768) – Mini Cards and Envelopes, AC Cardstock (370765) – Mini Cards and Envelopes, Bits (370762) – Die Cut Tags, Elements (373339) – Brads

1. Place the Serendipity stencil over one of the Die Cut Tags. Use a piece of scrap paper to mask off the tag about halfway up.


2. Use a sponge brush to dab white acrylic paint over the stencil and then carefully remove it to let the tag dry.


3. Cut strips of patterned paper to adhere across the center of the Die Cut Tag.


4. Place the strips in between the painted flower pattern and the bottom part of the tag. Cut off the excess edges.


5. Machine stitch across the patterned paper strip with black thread.



6. Cut 8 die cut flower shapes from patterned paper using your electronic die cut machine or use a flower punch.

7. Layer two of the flowers cut from different patterned papers on the backside of the Mini Cards and Envelopes.


8. Remove the metal brad piece from the Pink Brad flowers and adhere them to the center of the layered die cut flowers.

Voila! And you can complete your Stationary set by wrapping a pencil in Serendipity Ribbon and adding a die cut flower to the end of the pencil.
Who wouldn't love to receive this sweet gift?!