Stamps: Short and Sweet (sentiment); vine wheel (SU!)
Paper: Watercolor, Wild Wasabi (SU!); rust mulberry
Ink: Cajun Craze, Wild Wasabi
Accessories & Tools: Big Shot, Labels Ten die-cuts (Nestabilities), Little Leaves die-cut (Sizzix), Leafy Branch die-cut (C.C. Designs), Rolled Rose die-cut (C.C. Designs), Boho Blossoms punch (SU!), Mat Pack (SU!), stylus, Stamp-a-ma-jig, Tombow glue, adhesives, and dimensionals
I started by making the roses with Mulberry paper ... it makes a beautiful and delicate flower! The large one is the Rolled Rose die-cut that I ran through my Big Shot with the Rust Mulberry paper. I rolled it up, let it unwind a little, and then glued it to the base. The smaller rose is the smallest bloom on the punch. I punched it out of the Rust Mulberry paper, made a small cut with my scissors every second scallop, and then rolled it on my mat pack with the stylus, pushing down quite far into the foam (but not hard enough to rip the paper). I ran the Little Leaves and Leafy Branch die-cuts through the Big Shot with Wild Wasabi paper. I set everything aside.
For making the lattice card, check out Valita's instruction video here.
I cut a card panel from watercolor paper and ran the vine wheel over top twice with Wild Wasabi ink. I mounted the vine panel behind the finished lattice, popping it up with dimensionals.
I added the leaves and flowers to the front of the card, mounting them with small dabs of glue.
For the inside of the card, I cut a strip of watercolor paper 5 1/2" x 1 1/2", ran the vine wheel with Wild Wasabi ink over top and then added it to the inside of the card at the bottom.