Other Products: Stampin' Up Ink (Always Artichoke, Early Espresso), ColorBox Ink (Pink Pastel), Stickles (Diamond, Fruit Punch, Baby Blue), Liquid Pearls (Orchid), Water Mister, Hot Glue, Clear Iris Beads, Clear Dew Drops, Tombow Adhesives (Mono Aqua, Mono Permanent Runner, 3D Foam), Ivory Burlap String, Letter Stickers and Words, Cardstock (White, Green)
Watch this video https://youtu.be/rdsIOVMXjIQ to learn how to create flowers with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.
Instructions: I used both sheets of this fairy bordered patterned paper. One sheet I kept as is, the other sheet I used the Wildwood Darlings dies to cut out all of the fairies on the border. I added Stickles and Liquid Pearls to each of them. Once dry, I adhered them to the layout using 3D foam tape.
Cut a strip of the plum patterned paper that is 0.75" wide and adhere to the top of the layout. Find and cut out the border strip and adhere that just below the plum strip you have already adhered. Cut a piece of the pink patterned paper that is 3.5" x 5". Cut a strip of the green chevron patterned paper that is 1.25" x 10.5", and flag one end. Cut a piece of the plum patterned paper that is 3" x 7". Find and cut out the plum journal block with the white border, and the green mini tag. Adhere all of these layers to the right hand side of the layout. I added burlap string to the mini tag.
Mat your photo in white and then green cardstock and adhere to the layout using 3D foam tape.
Stamp and die cut 1 large leaves, 1 small leaves, 1 large flowers, and 2 sets of small flowers. I coloured the images using inks and daubers. For the flowers I added just the tiniest hint of pink to the middle of each. Shape and assemble the flowers. Using liquid adhesive I added the dew drops to the larger flowers and the clear iris beads to the smaller flowers. I adhered some of the smaller flowers to the fairy border, and the rest of the flowers and leaves around the matted photo.
I used a mixture of letter stickers and words to create my title. Mixing fonts and letter size adds interest and draws the eye.
Created By: Tracy McLennon