Other products: BigShot manual die cutting machine, VersaFine Black Ink, Stickles - Diamond, Spectrum Noir Markers - CR1, CR2 CR4, CR5, CR6, TN3, TN4, TN5, TN6, DG1, DG2, BT5, GB7, pop dots, white card stock, water, spritz bottle, VersaColor Pine Cone Ink, MISTI stamping tool
Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84Re1-gaq1o for shaping tips and techniques on the hibiscus flowers and leaves.
Instructions: Begin by creating a 6" x 6" card base from white card stock. Locate the same sized background panel as shown on card. Ink all edges with a bright colored pink ink. Adhere to card base using pop dots. Next locate the smaller premade card panel as shown. Ink all edges with pink ink once again and using pop dots adhere to card front. Locate the small paper image where sentiment will be stamped. Ink all edges with a pink ink and stamp sentiment and set aside to dry. Cut a light colored piece of patterned paper just slightly larger and mat behind sentiment. Ink all edges of sentiment mat. Adhere sentiment to card using pop dots.
Stamp one image of the sea horse, floating hibiscus, large shell and also one stamping of the hibiscus flower cling stamp set onto white card stock using black ink. Color using alcohol markers, and cut using coordinating craft dies. Ink edges on all embellishment pieces with a light brown ink. Next, using your Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit and a spritz of water, shape the shell and floating hibiscus flowers. Slide the floral die cut through the shell slightly to bring some of the cut out image in front of the shell. Using pop dots adhere to card front. Next adhere sea horse to card as shown using pop dots. Using your Deluxe Flower Shaping tool and a spritz of water, shape flowers. Adhere mid and small sized flowers to card as shown. Add dew drops to side of card where sentiment sits, starting from the bottom working up to the top to simulate bubbles. Apply glitter to shell, flowers, and sea horse. Lastly, apply prills to flower centers and dots of Stickles randomly to background.
Created By: Tracey Fehr