What you need:
1. Milky watercolor paper (with finely embossed texture).
2. Thick rose and yellow paper for scrapbooking (with finely embossed texture).
3. Light orange paper
4. Hot glue gun for crafting.
6. Shaped scissors.
7. A ruler.
8. A pencil.
9. White thread.
10. A thin needle.
11. Large yellow seed beads.
12. Cute milky ribbon.
13. Double-sided tape.
14. Double-sided foam tape.
Get a sheet of A5 watercolor paper.
With the help of a ruler fold the paper crosswise in half.
Double up the sheet of paper.
Cut rose and yellow rectangles 1-3/4X2-1/2” (4.5X6.5 cm.)
Stick the tape on the rectangles.
Adhere the rectangles to the base of the card leaving some space between them.
Using shaped scissors cut an oval from the watercolor paper 2-3/4X3-1/2” (7X8.5 cm.)
Using shaped scissors (with a reverse curve) cut a light orange oval 2-1/4X2-3/4” (5.5X6.5 cm.)
Adhere the tape to the ovals.
Adhere a milky oval to the center of the card.
Adhere a light orange oval again to the center of the card. (We’ll need it to write the title on or you can glue any picture here).
On a watercolor paper draw a dove with the wing spread 1-1/2” (4 cm.)
Cut off the dove.
Stick a foam tape to the back side of the dove.
Adhere a dove to the right top corner of the card.
Cut off a 5” (12-14 cm) from the ribbon and thread the needle.
Gather the ribbon with the needle.
1/4” (0.5 cm) stitches.
Gather the whole ribbon into ruffles.
Carefully push the ribbon toward the end of the thread.
Cause the ribbon to “gather” (or to bunch up) in the form of a flower.
Fix the flower with a few stitches on the back side.
Pull the needle to the front side of the flower and insert a bead.
Sew the bead to the center of the flower.
Sew the beads with several stitches.
Fix stitches on the back side of the flower.
Sew beads to the second and third flowers.
Plug in a hot glue gun and stick the flowers to the card.
The card is finished!