Other products: Flat board canvas 9" x 12"; Creative Embellishments Chipboard; corrugated paper; Eyelet Outlet Bling; Pearl Pen; Gold Metallic Pigment Ink; Peeled Paint Distress Ink; Victorian Velvet Distress Ink; Glue Gloss; Fairy Dust; edge distresser; Biscotti Chalk Ink; white card; copper brads; May arts Gold Ribbon
Watch this video https://youtu.be/SRyuiBrFluo to learn how to create and shape the Botanic Orchid flowers.
Instructions: Begin by selecting four papers in collection. Cut one down to 9" x 12" and cover flat board canvas, ink edges with Biscotti chalk ink. Cut other papers down to 8.5" x 11.5"; 8.5" x 8"; corrugated is 8" x 8"; and then 7" x 5" mat for under the 4 3/4" x 6 3/4" photo. Edge distress all edges and then ink with biscotti chalk ink. Cut a 6" x 6" panel out from collection to offset colours. Mat photo with black cardstock. Create a paper ruffle by cutting a piece of paper 12" x 1.5" place on scor-pal long edge at top and score every .5". Fold on score lines and distress edges and lightly ink. Cut out two everyday heroes on white card and lightly ink with biscotti chalk ink. Cut out two small orchids only using the petals, and four medium size orchids only using the petals, colour with Victorian velvet, mold and place pearl pen in center, detail with glue gloss and sprinkle fairy dust. Stamp and cut 4 sets of the leaves from birds and blooms with dark brown chalk ink, colour with peeled paint and mold. Stamp and cut 3 sets of botanical rose using only smaller blooms, colour and mold, detail with pearl pen and fairy dust, add to birds and blooms leaves. Stamp and cut open leaf with dark brown ink and colour with peeled paint. Colour chipboard with peeled paint on leaves, and gold pigment on photo corners. Colour title together with dark brown ink and highlight with gold pigment. Assemble layout but first beginning with photo and adding the mats. Wrap paper ribbon around and then gold may arts ribbon around, be sure to adhere with dries clear. Adhere all other chipboard and paper layers. Adhere eyelet bling. Then flowers and leaves on top. Once adhered all together, if you feel you want to add more fairy dust, use the glue gloss pen and add extra.
Created By: Karan Gerber