Hold the cardstock with the center cut closest to you. While grasping the lower left front corner, bend the right front half down and to the back. Crease the score on the right and center sections, but not on the left section. Now bend the center section forward on the score.
Cut 6"x6" lavender cardstock and glue the card centered on it, leaving the center section unglued so it pops up. Trace the paper pattern and cut it from Lilacs In Bloom corner paper and from tapestry paper. Glue the flowered paper centered on the left section and the tapestry paper centered on the right section.
Cut 3"x2" Lilacs In Bloom all-over flowered paper and glue it centered on the middle panel. Punch out the Lilacs In Bloom circle label and 3"x1¾" oval die-cuts. Glue the circle die-cut centered on the flowered paper. Stamp “hope your birthday blooms…” on the oval die-cut with Jet Black ink, then foam tape it as shown
Remove the “just for you,” the right-angled lilac stem, a single blossom, and two leaves from the chipboard base. Press the single blossom and just the flowers in the lilac stem onto the VersaMark™ ink pad. Cover the ink with embossing powder, tap off the excess, and heat the remainder to melt it. I lightly sprinkled Vintage Plum on the chip first (like you would add a pinch of salt on your food) so some uncovered areas were left; I dumped off the excess powder back into the container. Then I covered the chip piece with the Silver Tinsel so it got down into all the uncovered inked areas. Dumped off the excess and put it back into the container, then heated the chip to melt both powders. I don't like to mix my powders if I can help it; I always end up with extra of the mixture and never use it. This way, I can keep my powders "unsullied" with other colors.