Other products: Cheesecloth, StazOn Archival Ink (Jet Black), Tim Holtz Distress Ink (Walnut Stain, Vintage Photo), Tim Holtz Blending tool, Rangers Stickles (Diamond), Tim Holtz paper distresser tool, Studio Calico wood veneer, Prismacolor Pencils (PC946, PC939, PC901, PC904, PC908, PC912), Odorless Mineral Spirits, cheesecloth, white pearls, embossing tool, wood veneer, sewing machine
Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdsIOVMXjIQ to learn how to create flowers with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.
Instructions: Distress the edges of a 12" x 12" pattern paper with the Tim Holtz paper distresser tool and machine stitch all around it. Adhere over a white cardstock. Distress a 8.5" x 10" patter paper, machine stitch around the edges and add over center of page. Add a triangular shaped piece of cheesecloth over the center and add your matted photo over that. Tuck in a white die cut swirl from the Decorative Lattice Swirl Die to the top right corner of the photo. Layer a strip of pattern paper and a die cut border from the Border Essentials Dies right under the photo.
Stamp the coral, jellyfish and turtle from the Under the Sea Coral stamp set on white cardstock and color these images using Prismacolor Pencils and blend them with Odorless Mineral Spirits. Die cut the stamped images using the coordinating die. Stamp and die cut using its coordinating die the Vintage Morning Background PreCut Set flowers. Dab a bit of Copper 3D Stamp Paint to the edges to give them a bit of shimmer. Shape and layer these flowers and add pearls to their centers. Stamp and die cut a few leaves from the Open Leaf PreCut Set as well. Arrange these stamped and die cut elements over the bottom left side of the photo. Die cut using the Under the Sea Coral Die a few shells from the pattern papers and arrange them as a cluster on the bottom right side of the photo along with a small wooden veneer for title. Add a few pearls around the shells and on the corners of the cheesecloth to hold it in place. Finally, add stickles to the shells and corals.