I love the colours of this card - so unusual but so sumptuous!
For this one print:-
The Smouldering Senorita motif sheet onto quality white card
The Miniature Lipsticks sheet onto quality white paper
The green eyes background onto quality white paper
To make the card, stick a 17 x 12cm piece of the background paper onto a larger piece of silver metallic card with double-sided tape, then trim round with a craft knife and ruler so that it measures 17.5 x 12.5cm - to fit the front of a white or ivory 7" x 5" card blank.
Similarly, mount one of the small motifs onto silver metallic card and trim to leave a small border.
To make the lipstick, cut out a red or pink piece, a 'gold' piece and a short black piece from the lipstick miniatures sheet. Starting with the red piece, roll it tightly around a cocktail stick, fixing it at the end with a piece of double-sided tape. Then roll the 'gold' around this and then the black. Make sure all three joins are in line with each other as you do them. If they're not going to match up, trim the piece you're doing so that it does.
The little eye-liner pencil here is a cocktail stick, coloured black with a permanent marker pen. Trim off the pointy tip, then cut a 3cm piece of it. Use sandpaper or a nail file (always a nail file hanging around on my desk!) to tidy up any rough bits. Colour the tip with the marker, then most of the rest of it - just leave a small part beyond the tip plain. You can use your expensive permanent brush markers for this - or just buy a cheap marker pen from your local corner shop or £ shop (you can get a pack of 4 or so in a £ shop!).
For the powder compact, cut out both the powder side and mirror side of the compact from the motif sheet either by hand or with a 2cm circle punch. You can leave the mirror as it is or do as I've done here - use a 15mm circle punch with some silver metallic card and stick it over the 'mirror' to make a more realistic mirror side.
The white powder applicator was a £ shop purchase. This was one of a pack of felt surface protector pads that I've always seen in just about every cheap shop I've ever been in (and have been looking for a use for!). This one measures about 1.5cm. If you can't find these or haven't got any, cut a 1.5cm circle from white felt or fun foam or use a circle punch (stick the felt onto thin card with double-sided tape first).
For the eye-shadow palette, mount the cut-out piece onto silver metallic card and trim round to leave a tiny silver border. The tiny applicator here is made by colouring a 12mm piece of cocktail stick with a black permanent marker together with a tiny piece cut from a felt pad with an oval hand-punch. Use a tiny dab of tacky glue to add the stick to the felt pad. Again, this could be done using fun foam if you don't have felt pads.
To assemble the card, add the picture with sticky pads and the eye-shadow and powder compact with double-sided tape. The eye-shadow applicator, lipstick and eye-liner pencil should be added with a strong tacky glue such as Aleene's. The white 'powder applicator. is self-adhesive but use double-sided tape if you've cut this from fun foam.