Light blue and gold layered card with pink flowers and stamped sentiment

Flower Language Stamps and Dies- Made Easy

Hi crafters,

Today's Made Easy tutorial is simply blooming with beauty! The Language of Flowers Stamps and Dies are just the thing to make gorgeous sentiments along with the corresponding flower. Floriography, or the language of flowers was popular in Victorian times, and was a way of communicating with friends, family and loved ones. Lily of the Valley conveys happiness, lilies strength, roses mean love and on and on! Today, we are going to show you how we like to make sentiments with the Language of Flowers Stamps and Dies. Get out your set and let's craft together; if you don't have them, you can get them on sale on our website this week. 

Let's get crafty!

First, diecut the shadow layer for the flower of your choosing.

Place the diecut and excess paper onto your stamping platform. 
Next, line the stamp up with the diecut.
Place the top of the stamping platform onto the stamp; this way it is perfectly positioned.
Choose an ink for your sentiment; we used the Robin's Egg Blue from the Perfect Palette Inks.
Place the inked stamp onto the shadow layer and press firmly.
Now you have a perfectly stamped and cut sentiment.
Sunflowers mean friendship!
We chose a card base from the craft room, our Gold Matte Foil Cardstock and another coordinating paper to make a layered card. Use your 3D Cardcentric Compendium Dies and the Square Cardcentric Compendium Dies to create the layers. 
Next, add a layer with 4 pretty stickers. These are from our 120 Botanical Engravings Stickers
Then add another of the smaller layers with flowers at the top and bottom.
Adhere a circular diecut, this is from the Square Cardcentric Dies.
For the finishing touch, place your stamped sentiment in the middle of your card. 
We know that you have a friend in your life who needs this sweet friendship card. There's nothing like a handmade card to show how much you care!
Add these lovely sentiments to all of your cards! They go perfectly with all of your papers, patterns and embellishments. The Language of Flowers Stamps and Dies cover all occasions!
Look how wonderful this Peace sentiment is when paired with Canton Bleu.
Taupe florals, frame dies and flowers make the prettiest card. 
We are so thrilled that the language of flowers is having a resurgence! Use this beautiful, coded language as a fun addition to your paper projects. This tutorial will be live on the blog for the next week, and afterwards you can access it and more with your AG Membership! Be sure to share the projects you create with us on our social media channels!




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Wow a great tutorial on the use of flowers as a language. The tips and tricks were really helpful for using the stamps.

Vanessa Fuentes

Oh Anna these are absolutely amazing.

Dee Ciccarelli

What a gorgeous set The flowers are beautiful. I love the placement of the sentiments within the flowers As always, Anna
your cards are spectacular!

Susan Mediterraneo

Everything just gets better.

Debbie Tauzin

Once again, the subtle elegance of the color tones makes me swoon.

Susie Durrschmidt ~ LI, NY

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