Other products: Archival inks Library Green, Clear Rock Candy Glitters, Stickles, Heavy Gesso, Silk Glaze, Micro beads, Dusty Attic Chipboards, Texture Paste, Prima Stencils, Heavy Chipboard, Dry Mech, Spellbinders Wonkey Rectangles, mists/sprays and Acrylic paints, fussy cutting scissors
Watch this video https://youtu.be/jJBwQyyza6g to learn how to shape the Enchanted Mums.
Instructions: For flowers and leaves, follow Emma Lou's video of shaping Enchanting Mums Flowers. The flower centers are made using stamens of Sunrise Lily die. Paint the stamens with ColorBox Fluid Chalk Ink Pad - Harvest and Lime Pastel and slit them in half. Add Prills using - Art Institute Glue that Dries Clear. Leaves are all stamped with Library Green Archival Ink and painted with ColorBox Fluid Chalk Ink Pad - Lime Pastel. Leaves and flowers are shaped using Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.
For Vintage Girl Frame, the vintage girl image is downloaded from Pinterest. Nest outer two dies of Spellbinder’s Wonkey Rectangles with heavy cardstock and make a frame for the vintage girl image. Give a light coating of texture paste on the frame and sprinkle micro beads and leave it for drying. Once dried apply matching shades of acrylic paint and paint the frame.
For layout, fussy cut the floral gate using fussy cutting scissors. Score rest of the designer paper using score pal randomly and apply a coat of diluted White Gesso. Stick the designer paper to heavy chipboard and also layer the fussy cut floral gate. Apply texture paste randomly using stencils and leave it to dry. To speed up the process you can use heat gun. Once dry spray with shades of pinks and greens. Build a few layers of colors drying in-between the layers. Once satisfied with the background highlight all the details with silk glaze. Dusty Attic chipboards are all painted with acrylic colors and dusted with clear rock candy glitter using Art Institute Glue. Assemble the layout by creating different layers with chipboards, corrugated sheet and cheese cloth and also add dimensions using glue dots.
Created By: Rajni Chawla