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Hibiscus Mini Waterfall Album

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Other products: Tahiti Chalk Ink; Wild Honey Distress Ink; Peeled Paint Distress Ink; Vintage Photo Distress Ink; Diamond Stickles; Copper Brads; Foam Adhesive; May Arts Ribbon; Spellbinders Maze Embossing Folder; Spellbinders Waterfall One Die; Gold glimmer mist; cowboy glaze; 4x8 Manilla Tag; Maya Road Trinket Pins

Watch this video for shaping tips and techniques on the hibiscus flowers and leaves. Watch this video for tips on using decorative border dies

Instructions: Cut paper in collection to fit front and back of tag. Run cover through machine with Maze Embossing Folder. Colour embossed areas with vintage photo distress ink highlighting with Tahiti. Splatter gold glimmer mist and cowboy glaze for detail. Attach ribbon to back and adhere to tag. Cut two sets of each of the water die with papers from collection, splatter with mist and glaze. Using Cut Mat Create 2A die, cut out mats to fit the waterfall pages. Cut out two tags using luggage tag from papers you chose. Ink edges with vintage photo and splatter with glimmer mist and glaze. Stamp and cut, 2 sets of Hibiscus; 2 leaves as well as three leaves from Delightful Daisy; colour and mold. Stamp out coral and jellyfish, colour and mold. Adhere go man go prills to stamens on Hibiscus. Cut out stamens from Sunrise Lily. Cut regal border out on blue paper in collection, lightly ink with vintage photo distress ink, and splatter with glimmer mist. Adhere waterfall pages to tag; attach regal border to back; stamp and cut out sentiment from Heartfelt Wishes cling stamp set. Layer coral, jellyfish and flowers as shown in photo tucking in leaves. Detail with stickles. For more photos and details, please visit my blog here.

Created By: Karan Gerber

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