Other products: Cardstock- Green, Cream, Chocolate and Navy; Coloured Pencils- Tombow Irojiten Vivid (V-3 Dandelion, D-2 Chestnut Brown, P-18 Celeste Blue); CTMH Ink- Brown; Circle punches 2.75", 1.75", blue pearls, gold beads; Adhesives- hot glue, Tombow Mono Aqua, 3D foam tape, Tombow Stamp Runner, Sun Kissed Paper Collection (retired)
Watch this video http://hcgo.co/basic-flower-shaping to learn how to create flowers with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.
Instructions: Stamp 2 of the Love, Joy, Happiness image with brown ink onto cream cardstock. Using circle punches, punch out the middle of one, and around the whole image of the other. Colour using coloured pencils, and adhere the 2 layers together using 3D foam tape. Cut 2 cream lace doilies, and one navy.
The green cardstock is kept full size. Cut the blue patterned background, taking 1.25" off of each side. Cut two 12" strips of cream cardstock and tear one edge of each. Adhere these to the edge of the blue pattern background. Adhere these layers together. Cut 2 half inch strips of the white floral patterned paper and adhere to the sides of the layout. Take the other full sheet of the blue patterned paper and fussy cut out all of the larger flowers and leaves. Shape the flowers using the flower shaping kit. Adhere the cream lace doilies in the middle of the top and the bottom of the layout using 3D foam tape in the middle. Add all of your shaped flowers and leaves over the existing print and more. Add liquid adhesive to the middle of each flower and then sprinkle in the gold beads.
Cut a piece of the green patterned paper that is 4.5" x 8.5". Adhere it to the middle of the layout. Cut out 3 small journal blocks. I added one above the photo as a journal tab. I cut the other 2 in half and layered them on either side of the photo. I also added a piece of navy doily on each and a blue pearl. Mat your photo in cream, navy patterned paper, green, cream and chocolate cardstock. Adhere to the middle of the layout using 3D foam tape. Also add your layered stamped image overlapping onto the photo. I had an extra flower that I added as well.
Created By: Tracy McLennon