Evening Evergreen cs card base - 11" x 4 1/4" scored at 5 1/2".
Poppy Parade cs panel - 5 3/8" x 4 1/8".
Rings of Love DSP panel - 5 1/4" x 4" plus two 1/2" x 4" strips.
Basic White cs flowers - fussy cut with paper snips.
Basic White cs sentiment panel - 1/2" x 2 5/8" fussy cut with paper snips.
Basic White cs inside panel - 5 1/8" x 3 7/8".
Evening Evergreen Open Weave ribbon
DSP = Designer Series Paper
cs = cardstock
Start with an Evening Evergreen cardstock card base. Cut a Poppy Parade cardstock (cs) panel and a Rings of Love Designer Series Paper (DSP) panel. Glue the DSP panel to the Poppy Parade cs panel and then wrap the panels twice with the Evening Evergreen Open Weave ribbon using Stampin' Seal to secure the ends to the back of the panels. Glue the wrapped panels to the card base.
Stamp the poinsettia flower stamp from the Ringed with Nature stamp set in Poppy Parade, use a sponge dauber to slightly remove some ink from the inked stamp, use another sponge dauber to add Crushed Curry ink to the flower stamp's center, huff (add moister with your breath), and then stamp on Basic White cs. Add more Crushed Curry ink to the center of the flower stamp, huff, and then restamp on Basic White cs. Use paper snips to fussy cut out the flowers and add Wink of Stella to the flowers for sparkle. Add the flowers to the center of the card front overlapping the wrapped ribbon.
Cut a sentiment Basic White cs strip, stamp the sentiment from the Ringed with Nature stamp set in Evening Evergreen ink on the strip, and then use paper snips to cut off the excess. Tie a bow with the Evening Evergreen Open Weave ribbon and use glue dots to add the bow to the card front overlapping the fussy cut flowers. Add the sentiment panel with Stampin' Dimensionals and glue dots to the card front overlapping the bow and the flowers. Add rhinestones to the card front for extra sparkle.
Don't forget to add a Basic White cs inside panel to write your message. Stamp the sentiment from the Ringed with Nature stamp set in Evening Evergreen ink and add a strip of DSP to the inside and back of the card to pull the theme through.