Here is how I think that Linda has created her card:
Take a piece of A5 clear parchment and trace out the daisy from
the Linda Williams 123 Flowers A4 Square Groovi plate
using either the Groovi No.2 (1.3mm) embossing tool or
the Pergamano 1.5mm embossing tool.
When you use the larger embossing tool, the line art will be softer.
This will make it easier when you want to do white work.
Slowly build up the white work, leaving it in between layers to get it really white.
You can either use the soft side of the A4 Dual Purpose Black mat or the Pergamano Excellent Mat (my preferred choice!)
Start with the largest embossing ball tool and reduce in size for each layer.
If you are struggling with your white work, you might want to try Rossella’s Favourites – the shading tools.
Apply some colour using Perga Liner pencils or Perga Colours Exclusive pens.
Use the A4 Bold Basic Straight Grid to emboss and perforate a frame and then picot cut.
Don’t forget that you emboss from the back
and perforate from the front.
Now comes the hard part!
I am guessing that Linda has created her own pattern for the largest frame, but I can see that it has been created using a Straight Grid.
If you are new to gridwork, then for me the Pattern Grids that Tina Cox created are a great place to get started, especially when used in conjunction with the ii Book.
So, I am going to be very naughty and add all of the individual plates to the 20% Blog Offers.