Other Products: White card stock, wooden wall hanging base, Silhouette Cameo electronic die cutting machine, Silhouette Cutting File Design ID #152047, pop dots, paint brush, paper cutter, nail file, VersaFine Black ink, Memento Dye Ink Pad - Dandelion, Gray Flannel and Angel Pink, scissors, VersaFine Grey ink, ink daubers, Spellbinders Grand Calibur manual die cutting machine, pencil
Watch this video https://youtu.be/rdsIOVMXjIQ to learn how to create flowers with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.
Instructions: Locate paper featuring the light blue background with florals and birds within the paper collection as shown on project. Trace wall hanging base to include bird images and flowers as shown and cut using scissors. Adhere to plaque base and allow to dry. Once dry, use a nail file to soften edges of paper around wall hanging. Die cut the cottage using the paper shown on sample from within the paper collection. Trace around cottage die cut using wall hanging base to get the shape necessary to match up to wall hanging. Adhere to plaque as shown.
Stamp one door image, one window, one cobblestone path and one fence image onto white card stock using grey ink. Color using ink and daubers, die cut and adhere to cottage using pop dots as shown. Locate the little fairy darling on the preprinted designer paper and die cut using the coordinating die. Adhere to wall hanging as shown using pop dots. Using your electronic die cutting machine, cut out sentiment file from dark blue patterned paper within the paper collection. Adhere to wall hanging as shown.
Stamp several inkings of each of the florals from the Wildwood Florals Cling Stamp Set onto white card stock using black ink. Color using ink and sponge daubers and die cut using coordinating dies. Shape using flower shaping tools and create floral clusters as shown. Pour a small amount of dries clear glue onto a wipeable work surface or scrap paper and lightly brush a thin layer of glue using a small paint brush onto all florals and then sprinkle with glitter. Apply the same technique to the wings on the little fairy darling.
Created By: Tracey Fehr