Create beautiful flowers with the Oakberry Lane Blossoms!

Sunday January 5, 2020
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Do you love to create multiple different flowers from just one stamp and die set? Be inspired to create these beautiful florals with the Oakberry Lane Blossoms, perfect to decorate any crafting project!

Our crafters say:

"Heartfelt Creations is more than stamp, color, cut and paste. It's creating a piece of art. I can create something quick and simple or I can build a mixed media masterpiece. The videos are a great jump start to creative inspiration." -Gretta Sargent

Love Love Love Heartfelt Creations Stamps and Dies. The stamps are always so crisp and having matching dies saves fussy cutting. They take cardmaking to the WOW level.” -Sharon H

Let's get crafting together!

Directions:

Step 1: For flower 1 and 2, stamp the largest flowers from Oakberry Lane Blossoms Cling Stamp Set on a sheet of Deluxe Flower Shaping Paper with Garden Patina Ranger Archival Ink and then ink them with Leaf Green and Garden Patina Ranger Archival Ink  using Stack and Store Daubers.

Step 2: For flower 3, stamp the largest flowers from Oakberry Lane Blossoms Cling Stamp Set on a sheet of Rajni Chawla's Vellum Flowerite with Hero Arts unicorn White pigment ink and heat emboss using White embossing powder and Heat It Craft Tool. Ink them with Worn Lipstick Distress Oxide ink using Stack and Store Daubers.

TOP TIP: Take a piece of clean soft cloth and gently rub over the flowers in circular motion. This step will remove any leftover ink on the white embossing and make it bright again.

Step 3: For flower 4, stamp the largest flowers from Oakberry Lane Blossoms Cling Stamp Set on a sheet of Deluxe Flower Shaping Paper with Versamark ink and heat emboss using Gold embossing powder and Heat It Craft Tool. Ink them with Candied Apple Distress ink  using Stack and Store Daubers.

Step 4: Die cut all the flowers using the matching die from Oakberry Lane Blossoms Die and ink the back side of the blue and red flowers with the matching inks.

Step 5: For flower 1, take the blue flowers, spray them on both sides with little water, place them in the 3D Blossoms Shaping Mold, place the lid on top and run it through your die cutting machine. Use the ball tool and the molding mat from Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit to do a circular motion in the flower center to cup the flowers.

Step 6: Add a drop of Designer Dries Clear Adhesive to the flower center, place another flower petal on top and press with the ball tool. Repeat this step again to create the flower. Poke a hole in the flower center using the pointed attachment of the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.

TOP TIP: Offset the petals while layering them to get a fuller flower.

Step 7: Take a wire and fold it over the center of pink and yellow stamens bunch from small Bright Pearl Stamens and small Pastel Pearl Stamens. Fold over the stamens as shown and then thread them through the hole in the flower center.

Step 8:  Add few drops of Designer Dries Clear Adhesive in between the stamens and let it dry.

Step 9:  For flower 2, spray the petals with a little water and then pinch them as shown.    

Step 10: Now use the ball tool and the molding mat from Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit to do a circular motion in the flower center and on the lower half of each petal to shape the flowers. Add a drop of Designer Dries Clear Adhesive to the flower center, place another flower petal on top and press with the ball tool.

Step 11:  Add a big drop of Designer Dries Clear Adhesive to the flower center and pour Ribbit Prills on the glue, remove the excess and let it dry completely.

TOP TIP: Keep the flower in a tiny bowl while doing this step. It prevents these tiny balls from going everywhere and contains the mess. A bowl with corners (like in the picture) helps to pour back the extra prills in the jar without spills.

Step 12:  For flower 3, take the Vellum flower petals and shape them using the pointed edge of the Groove Golf Tool Set. Pinch the petals in the middle and then gently curve the edges outwards.

Step 13:  Now use the ball tool and the molding mat from Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit to do a circular motion in the flower center to cup the flowers. Add a drop of 3-D Crystal Lacquer to the flower center, place another flower petal on top and press with the ball tool.

TOP TIP: Use 3-D Crystal Lacquer for vellum flowers as it holds them better.

Step 14:  Use the stamens from medium Pastel Pearl Stamens and small Rock Candy Stamens and repeat step 6 and 7 to make a hole and to add the stamens to the flower. Add few drops of 3-D Crystal Lacquer in between the stamns and let it dry

TOP TIP: The pointed end of the Groove Golf Tool Set can also be used to make a hole in the flower center.

Step 15:  For flower 4, take the Gold embossed flower petals and spritz with water on both sides. Shape them from the back with Groove Golf Tool in 3 edge to center strokes for each petal, 2 on either side and then one in the middle. Flip the petals and then do a circular motion in the flower center to cup the flowers.

TOP TIP: Distress inks are water reactive so the colors get smoother and softer after being spritzed with water.

Step 16: Add a drop of Designer Dries Clear Adhesive to the flower center, place another flower petal on top and press with the ball tool.

Step 17: Make a hole in the flowers like Step 6 and thread 3 gold stamens from Assorted Bead Stamens through the flower center and apply a little Designer Dries Clear Adhesive as shown.

Tutorial by designer Nupur Priya

You can find all of our tutorials here if your looking for more creative inspiration! https://www.heartfeltcreations.us/blog/category/step-by-step-tutorials

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Comments
Maribeth Huddleston
So lovely.
January 8, 2020 at 8:08 PM
Robyn
Nurpur thank you so much for this beautiful tutorial - it has taken a lot of work to write it. I love this particular flower and appreciate all the photos. Each week I look forward to the inspiration the design team provide and I have learnt so many different techniques from your cards Thank you so much.
January 10, 2020 at 12:16 AM
Virginia Jenson
Absolutely stunning. Your tutorial was written in great detail. Thanks for sharing.
January 11, 2020 at 12:25 AM
Janet
Just loved the different coloured flowers and different shamans centre's The tutorial is very good in explaining how to make flowers, use of colour etc. Thank you
January 11, 2020 at 4:11 AM
Nupur Priya
Thank you friends.. I am glad that I could help :)
February 5, 2020 at 10:10 PM
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