Other Products: DCWV Mercury Glass Gold cardstock, Memento Luxe Peanut Brittle Ink, StazOn Black Ink, Krylon Gold Metallic pen, Mat board (stash), Tim Holtz Idea-ology Birdcage charm, Hug Snugg Seam Binding in Maroon, Wrapped wire (stash), Stampin Up Jumbo eyelets, Cropadile.
Watch the video https://youtu.be/wfE_p3jAxpU to see how to shape the Cascading Fuchsia Flower.
Instructions: The final project size is 6 1/2" square. Cover a 6 1/2" square heavy mat board with light blue patterned paper from the Everyday Heroes Paper Collection. Cut a 1/2" x 6 1/2" length of light blue patterned paper strip from the same patterned paper and notch each end to create a banner strip. Stamp the sentiment onto the banner strip. Edge the mat board and banner strip with gold Krylon pen. Set banner aside. Punch two holes into the top corners of the covered mat board and insert eyelets into each hole. Thread heavy covered wire through the eyelet holes to create a hanger.
Die cut one of each lattice from the Decorative Lattice Swirl Die set using white patterned paper from the Everyday Heroes Paper Collection. Add adhesive to the long side of each die cut piece and adhere to the covered mat board making sure the pieces can be open down the center. Prepare the bird cage charm by adding gold metallic paper to the inside of the cage. Adhere the cage under the lattice pieces as shown in sample and drape and adhere the chain from the cage to the top of the mat board.
Stamp, die cut and shape three leafy branches using the Classic Leaf die set and coordinating cling stamp set onto gold metallic cardstock with black StazOn ink. Stamp and die cut each of the sizes of the fuchsia dies three times using Peanut Brittle ink onto light blue patterned paper from the Everyday Heroes Paper Collection. Reference this video to assemble the die cut pieces into six complete fuchsias.
Arrange the shaped fuchsias and leafy branches on the mat board piece using the sample as your guide for positioning. Add the sentiment banner to the bottom by applying adhesive only to each end of the banner and positioning onto the mat board so it bows outward. Finish the display by adding a maroon bow.
Created By: Anne Harada