Other products: Black Card stock, Pearls, Gelatos Metallics: Iced Rose, White Gesso, 12" x 12" Canvas, Golden Regular Gel, Prima Chalks: Old Rose, English Ivy Raspberry Pie, coldsfoot petals; Spectrum Noir Marker: CR7, Viva Decor Pearl Pen, Ultra Fine Glitter, foam tape
Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pnu_xqlx060 for shaping tips and techniques with the Sunrise Lily flower.
Instructions: Paint the canvas with Gesso and let dry. Cut the paper down 11 1/2" x 11 1/2". Quickly paint the back of the paper and the canvas with gel and adhere on. Work any air pockets out and let dry. Paint the edges fading into the center with gesso and let dry.
Cut striped designer paper to 8" x 8" and back with black card stock cut to 8 1/4" x 8 1/4". Mount in the center of the canvas with foam tape. Cut out two pocket corner dies and ink with the English Ivy ink. Layer the die in the corner of the center square as shown. Cut a 6" x 6" striped card front from designer paper and back with black cardstock. Cut out panel from designer paper and stamp with black ink the sentiment. Layer on top of 6" x 6" designer paper and mount in the center of the canvas with foam tape.
Stamp enough images to create 10 flowers of varying sizes. Cut out with coordinating die. Color the base with the yellow ink in center, then pink and on the edges with red. Use the spectrum noir marker to dot randomly on the flowers for extra detail. Shape the flowers with the flower shaping tools. Paint the flower lines randomly with dries clear glue and then sprinkle with the glitter. Let them dry. Cut out the centers of the flowers with black card stock, mold them up in the centers and glue down in the middle of each blossom. Color the leaves and shape them, curling up and down and then arrange the flowers and the leaves around the canvas as shown. Stamp the flower border and cut out with coordinating die. Color the flower in with ink and spectrum noir pen and glitter. Snip the end flowers and arrange on the panel to cover over the orange base flower but still leaving the basic shape.
To finish everything off add pearl randomly around the base canvas and liquid pearls around the edge of the canvas. Once you have put all the liquid pearls give the canvas a gentle tap on the edge of the table to make them form into pearls and not have any peaks or unevenness.