To create Polished Stone Background: Take cotton ball loosely pull apart to soften it, hold between you first three fingers. Squirt a small amount of alcohol onto center of ball. Add drops of re-inkers on cotton ball. (DON"T OVERDO IT you don't want the ink running together). Lightly dab the cotton ball onto your glossy paper moving your hand side to side to create variations, (Don't press down, rub or over work). White spots are ok, ink will spread as paper sits. Use 2nd cotton ball to lightly dab off excess ink. Set aside or use heat tool to dry.
Using the largest piece of black cardstock. cut 3 stemmed & 3 round flower outlines using both outline & insert dies. Don't cut to close to edge. This will become your first layer of the card. Die cut the smaller piece of black with the grid die. Set aside until needed.
On Whisper White Stamp stemmed flowers using Lemon Lime Twist Ink Pad. Stamp 1st first flower up, 2nd down & 3rd up. (this insured they fit on paper & you are able to cut them out). Die cut these with the outline die only. (don't worry if you don't get all the stem)
Repeat stamping and die cutting with the round flower stamp & outline die on the Wisteria Wonder cardstock & ink pad. Die cut 3 small flowers centers from the scrap of Silver Glimmer paper for the flower centers.
Assemble flowers using Multi purpose glue. Glue glimmer paper center onto the Wisteria flower first, then the black outline onto flower. USE GLUE sparingly so it doesn't run onto your flower. Repeat with stemmed flower set aside to allow to dry.
Stamp inside with flowers & sentiment before mounting any paper to base. (if you mess up you can turn card inside out to cover your opps). Adhere glossy mat to black mat to card base using snail mount this to card base using snail, you can reinforce the hold with a couple of glue dots if desired. * You can also use Muti-purpose glue to adhere to card front it just takes a few to dry. Adhere you black grid layer to card front using glue dots. Dry fit your flower then adhere to card front with Dimensionals.