Botanical Card

Hello guys! Welcome! I’m Viviane Giovani from Brazil, I’m going to teach you a beautiful gift card, all decorated with papers, flowers, paints and lots of colors! Hope you like it and have a good class! Below, follow my social networks, I would love to see your project!
Step 1
First cut a white paper of 180gr measuring 30.5×15.5cm, fold it in half.
Choose two 15x15cm sheets from the Botanical Garden (6inx6in) -cardstock 24 sheets by Little Birdie and glue them to the white paper.
Step 2
I chose two sheets above of die cuts to cut out all the items to make overlays on the card.
With another sheet I cut out 14x5cm to make a band and glue it in the middle of the card.
Step 3
With one of the 15x15cm sheets, I made small cuts.
I love working with dies or a die cutting machine. I definitely recommend giving this technique and tool!
Step 4
Here I used the handmade Flowers by Little Birdie and the stone texture paste Crystal Sand by Little Birdie. The texture to make small dots on the paper and the flowers to decorate.
Step 5
To decorate the card I used Metal microbeads in Mystique Rose and Iced Slate by Little Birdie colors. I love these microbeads to Shane projects!
Step 6
I used satin ribbon to close the card (optional).
Glue the overlapping die cuts, glue small resins and insert the microbeads inside.
Glue the flowers in half, use the texture to decorate too!
The effect is sensational and the card is super delicate!
Little Birdie Products Used :
Botanical Garden cardstock Pack 6x6in
Metal microbeads Iced slate and Mystique rose
Stone Texture Paste Crystal sand
Handmade Flowers

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Thank you for being here and until the next project!
Creativity is in you!
Live like flowers: simple and full of colors.
Viviane Giovani

The Lady In Red Layout

Hello everyone! Hope you are all doing well. Today I’m going to show you how to create this amazing layout called The Lady In Red.

First off, I started by selecting my favourite sheet from Little Birdie’s Poppies and Roses paper pack.

Next I decided to give it some texture by adding a few splashes of colour to create a colour depth. I also splattered some colour to enhance the splashes.

Once done, I stamped around the colour to create some more textures.

When I was happy with the layout, I added my focal picture and layered it with some old paper and bandages.

After that, I layered the layout with some ephemera and a sentiment. I also added some diecut letters to embellish my layout.

To give my focal layout a sense of depth and beauty, I layered it with some ephemera, some paper flowers and a time keeper’s die from Little Birdie.

I have also used some of Little Birdie’s handmade flowers to compliment my colouring for my focal element and to enhance my project.

I hope you all enjoyed creating this amazing layout as much as I did, and I’ll see you all next time.

Lots of Love,


Layered Slimline Friendship Card – Poppies & Roses

Hello everyone! Jenn here today sharing a layered mixed media card featuring the beautiful Poppies & Roses collection!

This is a 3.5″X8.5″ Slimline styled card. The base was made using heavy ivory cardstock followed by a matte in Kraft and then the beautiful Poppies & Roses papers! Lots of fussy cuts and some flowers grace the front of this card along with a hand colored doll using a stamp.

Little Birdie Supplies Used:
Poppies & Roses Collection – 12X12 Printed cardstock pack
Reusable Stencil – Irregular dots
Embossed Daisies – Moonlight

Additional Supplies Used:
White paint
Coloured Dots
Glitter Paste
Dimensional Foam Adhesive
Doll Stamp
Watercolour for doll
Ivory and Kraft cardstock

Splatters of white paint and some bling and pearls were added.

The inside is also embellished with the beautiful paper.
An iridescent glitter paste was brushed on the doll’s dress for some sparkle!
A closer look at the sparkle!

Thanks so much for viewing my project today!

Happy papercrafting!