Other products: White card stock, Ranger: Stickles, Heat Gun, Water Coloring Brush, Water Mister, Inking Foam Tool, Bone folder, Diamond stickles; Distress Inks: Walnut Stain, Barn Door, Fossilized amber, Aged Mahogany, Peacock feathers; Other: Sequins, Spellbinder LF-110 Grand Ovals, Cardboard packing box, Dutch Doobadoo modeling paste and mask- Waving strips, Spatula, Creative Expressions Embossing folder-Quilted Flower EF-017, Teal micro beads, Glue gun, Versa-mark, Foam sheets, Fussy Cutting Scissors, Gesso, Glue dot, Foam tape, Green organza ribbon, TONIC paper cutter, TONIC die cutting machine
Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdsIOVMXjIQ to learn how to create flowers with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.
Instructions: The finished size of this oval wall hanging, 23 cm x 16 cm. Please note all the stamping is done with the gold embossing powder. Taking the packing box, cut the cardboard to the spellbinder largest size oval, do the same with the paper from the pad. Using the large and a smaller size die to make a frame edge. Cut this also from the foam sheet to give it the height needed. (You could cut this from the card board instead of.) Apply the gesso to the frame, when dry, then the medium using the mask. When dry apply versa-mark then the gold embossing powder. Emboss the design paper then adhere to the oval base. Adhere the oval frame edge to the oval base.
Stamp, color, shape the flowers and the dragonfly. Apply the glitter to the flowers. Stamp and cut the sentiment into strips. Inking the edges. Adhere the sentiment in place with foam tape. Die cut the swirls from the Cut Mat Create die sets and the leaves using the Adriana lace die. Shape with the flower tool kit. Make a triple bow from the ribbon. Arrange and adhere the swirls, leaves, flowers and dragonfly in place with the clear drying glue. Adhere the bow with a glue dot, adhere the remaining sentiment to the frame between the flowers and swirls. Adhere the sequins and micro beads with the clear drying glue. When all is dry apply a little stickles to the dragonfly wings.
Created By: Susan Smit