Other Products: Cutting file: I’m wishing from Fleurette Studio, cutting machine, Cardstock: Grey, White, Brown, Ink Distress: Vintage Photo, Picked Raspberry, Paper pen light Yellow, Moss and Spanish moss, Decorative filler: Little stones,Tiny shovel, Greyboard: 5 – 7 inch, gluegun, scissors, paper trimmer
Watch this tutorial to see how to shape the petunias https://youtu.be/KOy_qNB9OAk.
Instructions: See a close up view of this wishing well here. Cut out the SVG file (here) of Grey Cardstock and glue everything together, follow the instructions. Cut the roof parts out of Heartfelt Creations paper and bend the ends of it and ink them, now you can glue them on the roof. Make the bucket out of design paper and put a rope on it and hang it in the well, connect it to the top part with a knot, follow the instructions for this.
Stamp border petunias from the Large Petunia set in black ink onto white cardstock, color them and cut them in two, now shape them a little bit and glue them with some Spanish moss in the bucket. Stamp some Large, small petunias in black ink onto white cardstock and diecut with coordinating dies. Color them with Picked Raspberry ink and shape them. Color the leaves with Bamboo Leaves ink. I cut out some extra leaves for the top of the well.
Cut a piece of grey board 5 x 7 inch and cover this with a piece of green design paper. Glue the well on this and glue some moss around it. Now you can put some glue on the place where you want to have a path and put some very little stones on top of it, press really hard on this so that they stick very good. Cut out the bench from the Classic Petunia paper and put a little piece of acetate behind, bend it and glue the chair in the garden. Glue a shovel against the well.
You can now decorate the whole well with flowers, hanging baskets, hummingbirds and things you like. I also cut out a sentiment from the collection and I glued it on the front of the well. In the middle of the flowers I put little dots with the light yellow paper pen.
Done, now you make a wish!
Created By: Els Schutte