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Watch this video https://youtu.be/SRyuiBrFluo to learn how to create and shape the Botanic Orchid flowers. Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pnu_xqlx060 for shaping tips and techniques with the Sunrise Lily flower.
Instructions: The finished size of this flower hanger is 19.5 cm x 13.5 cm. Please note: The Lily's are stamped in black ink, the Orchids are stamped in gold embossing powder. Taking the Apricot cardstock and the window die, cut x 6 windows. Cut away the center strip on each window. Fold each window in half, adhere the folded windows together to form a dome support for the flowers. Using the versa-mark pad, ink the edges of the window edges, apply gold embossing powder then heat the edge to melt the powder. Add more if needed. Adhere the pearls to the holes on the flowers in the cut. Die cut and adhere a circle to fit the top of the dome. Place and adhere with the glue gun the polystyrene ball to the top of the dome. Adhere the ribbon to the top center of the ball. Using the Lindy's stamp gang misters and a water mister spray the window dome. While the dome is drying, stamp, color, die cut and shape the flowers leaves, vines etc. Once shaped you can arrange and adhere with the hot glue gun. Add pearls to the Orchid centers. Apply golden rod stickles to the Lily stamens.
Created By: Susan Smit