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  • Writer's pictureBonnie Crane

Meraki Hugs Blog Hop & Giveaway featuring ROSE Artisan Flora Dies

🌸✨ Get ready to fall in love with crafting all over again with Crafty Meraki's #MerakiHugs New Release! 🎉 Experience the ultimate crafting joy as we introduce a delightful twist to sentiments and unveil stunning new layering floral dies - a first for CM! Discover the ease of use and beauty of florals, guaranteed to captivate even non-floral fans! Don't miss our Instagram + YouTube Hop Giveaway for a chance to win fabulous prizes and immerse yourself in the magic of #MerakiHugs! 🌼💖 Join us as we celebrate creativity and spread the love of paper crafting with this stunning floral & sentiment release!

To celebrate, we’re having hops on Instagram, YouTube and our blog all month long with multiple chances to win amazing PRIZES! 🤩  Winners will be announced on the Crafty Meraki Blog by March 4th.

For a chance to with a $50 gift card to Crafty Meraki, all you need to do is leave a comment on this post, visit each stop on this hop, and then leave a comment on the Crafty Meraki Blog post letting us know you finished hopping. Be sure to use the same name on each stop.

Giveaway accounts do not qualify.  By entering, entrants confirm that they are 13+ years of age and release and agree to Crafty Meraki's terms of use. 


  • Using the greenery die from Meraki Artisan Flora Dies Rose, several leafy sprigs were cut from light green card stock.

  • The leaves were arranged as a background on a dark green panel measuring 4 1/4" by 5 1/2". The panel was adhered to an A2 Sized card base.

  • The roses and bud were cut from white card stock and, using blender brushes, a combination of Distress Oxide Inks Kitsch Flamingo and Spun Sugar were used to add colour to the die cuts.

  • These blooms assemble easily. For a pretty dimensional look, I used both liquid adhesive and foam squares. Please view the VIDEO TUTORIAL.

  • Four additional leaves were cut from mid-green card stock. They were adhered to the panel with adhesive placed just on the main stem.

  • The small rose and bud were adhered to the stems and the nestled into the leaves with foam squares. The main rose was adhered flat to the panel. Some of the mid-green leaves were popped up with foam squares.

  • The letter sentiment die from Meraki Moments Hugs Die Set was used to cut both pink card stock and white foam. After the letters were stacked, the top half was painted with liquid adhesive and chunky clear glitter applied. Glitter was also applied to the tips of the mid-green leaves.

  • To add some texture to the edges of some roaw petals, Nuvo Stone Drops Chalk White was applied and flattened by hand.


To view the tutorial, click HERE. You will be redirected to YouTube.


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