Hello Everyone! Welcome to my next project for Couture Creations using the


This Collection has 4 different Cut & Create Dies.  These dies are for foiling but as you will see they are multi-functional.  Each of the 3 cards use the Floral Frame as the base on which each of the 3 flower arrangements are placed.  I played around with the flowers using mostly the new Fluro Alcohol Inks.  As you know there are no ‘rules’ with creating, it’s the surprise you get by trying something different.  So here goes…

Card 1 – Standing Daisies

I started by die cutting the daisies using the ‘Go Cut & Emboss’ platform and new ‘Water Colour’ Paper for this – worked a treat.  The elements cut sharply and embossed beautifully.

I left the die-cuts in the paper strip while I painted them with 3 fluro alcohol inks – Green, Yellow & Pink.   

I put drops of the colours onto the glass mat and used a blending tip to brush paint the flowers.  The inks dried fast which was good because I could keep adding layers of colour until I was happy with the result.


Next I added foam squares under all the die-cut pieces, tied a bow and added a couple of adhesive gems along the centre of the butterfly.  I gently curled the wings of the butterfly to give a more dimentional look.

I glued the silver glitter card (backed with cardboard) to the card base.  The Floral frame die was cut from matte silver card, this layered on top of the glitter card.  This was my base that I used – the embossing was just beautiful.

Card 2 – Layered Camelia

I wanted to try dropping/spraying alcohol inks onto the watercolour paper to see what would happen.  I have a short video clip below showing what I was up to doing this.

Once it was dry (not long) I just cut the dies from the paper. The Fluro and Glitter Accents colours are so vivid!

Card 3 – Zinnia Flowers

I was curious how the fluro inks would look like on black card, so I had a play. The colours remained true even on black!

A close-up of the Zinnia card.  I added the blue glitter card and the orange cardstock matting to try and lift this card as before it ended up too silver.

Anyway this was just one way to play with this lovely set of dies and beautiful vibrant alcohol inks.  Hope it sparkes some interest for you to have a go.
I added a couple of videos:- The first one shows how I Used the alcohol inks and blower to get a spray of small dots.
Video Link: https://youtu.be/PY8cCgG05IU


Materials List

CO727726 Vintage Flowers – Floral Frame Cut and Create die
CO725409 Mirror Board – Matte Silver
CO727166 Glitter Card – Silver
CO723779 Foam Squares
Additional items for Card 1 – Daisy
CO727727 Vintage flowers – Stained Daises Cut and Create die
CO728159 Cotton watercolour paper – 300 gsm
CO727342 Alcohol Blending tips
CO727312 Alcohol Ink Fluro Pink
CO727951 Alcohol Ink Fluro Yellow
CO727958 Alcohol Ink Blending solution
CO721982 Glitzin Glamour – Silver
Ribbon bows and gems
Additional items for CARD 2 – Camelia
CO727728         Vintage Flowers – Layered Camelia Cut & Create Die
CO727790     New Adventures – Olive Branch Cut & Create Die
CO728159     Cotton Watercolour Paper – 300gsm
CO727958     Alcohol Ink – Fluro Green
CO727959     Alcohol Ink – Fluro Blue
CO727965     Alcohol Ink – Fluro Purple
CO727665     Alcohol Ink – Glitter Accents – Graphite
CO727666     Alcohol Ink – Glitter Accents – Angelic
Ribbon and foam squares
Additional items for CARD 3 – Zinnia
CO727725     Vintage Flowers – Layered Zinnia Cut & Create Die
CO727859     Alcohol Ink Blower
CO727954     Alcohol Ink – Fluro – Burnt Orange
CO727956     Alcohol Ink – Fluro – Orange
CO727957     Alcohol Ink – Fluro – White
CO727665     Alcohol Ink – Glitter Accents – Graphite
CO727666     Alcohol Ink – Glitter Accents – Angelic
CO721982    Glitzin Glamour – Antique Silver
CO727174     Glitter Card – Lagoon Blue
ULT200062    Cardstock – Persimmon

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My blog link is : cardcraftkaylee.blogspot.com
Thanks for joining me….
Kaylee Snell