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Orchid Window Friend Tag

Other products: Mod Podge, Walnut Stain Distress Ink, Lace, Adhesive Sheet, White Cardstock, Seam Binding, Clear Acrylic Spray

Watch this video to learn how to create and shape the Botanic Orchid flowers.

Instructions: My tag is 5 1/8" x 8 1/2". Cover the tag with a piece of the paper collection using Mod Podge. Use Bamboo Leaves ink to distress around the edges of the paper. Next I cut another piece of the paper and distressed the edges and tore it in places. I used Walnut Stain ink to go around the edges so it would not be showing white. Cut a piece of the lace and glue down behind one of the torn places of the paper and adhere the layer with glue. Pick another piece of the paper that looks good with what you have used already and distress the edges. I used Bamboo Leaves ink to go around the edges of this layer then I glued this layer down. Adhere a piece of white cardstock to the adhesive sheet and then die cut the window. Peel away the backing and apply glitter to the sticky surface. Spray with the acrylic spray to keep the glitter from falling away. Glue the window to the front of the tag.

Next I stamped, cut out, colored and shaped the flowers and added flower soft to the center. I die cut the tendrils from the paper collection and glued them onto the window die cut. Add the flowers over the tendrils and glue down. Next I colored a piece of seam binding to match the flowers and tied a bow. Glue it to the top of the tag. Die cut one of the tags from the paper collection using the Luggage and Tags Die and adhere it to the tag using dimensional tape.

Created By: Glenda Brooks

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