I'll Drink to That
Other Products: Die cutting machine Cut’n’boss, cheesecloth, water mister, hot glue gun, hot glue, scissor, white gesso spray, Old glass bottle, Decoupage Glue, Twine, 13 arts pastel turquoise Ayeeda mist, Decoupage varnish, funnel tray
For more tips on creating with the flower shaping molds, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/FSdPL7nXvQE.
To see how to shape the peony, watch the video at https://youtu.be/L9_MLkvpGPQ.
Instructions: Prepare the surface of the glass bottle by adding 1 coat of cheesecloth with the help of wet Hydra Sponge soaked in Decoupage glue. Voluntarily leave layers in some places to create texture. When completely dry, paint it with a white gesso spray paint. Let it dry in between the coats.
When completely dry, spray some turquoise pastel spray paint on the neck of your bottle. Spray immediately with water to create slides that go down the bottle. Dry with the heat gun and repeat several times until you have the desired result. Concentrate on the front of the bottle only. Once satisfied with the coloring, and the bottle is completely dried, give 2 coats of decoupage varnish.
Stamp large and small Peony with the paradise teal archival ink on the deluxe flower shaping paper. Cut it with the coordinating die. Shape the flowers by using the 3D Shaping Mold and give further shape with Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit tools. Add white and blue stamens in the center of the flowers. Make 2 big flowers, 2 medium and 3 small and 6 very very small.
Stamp leaves from the Oakberry lane blossoms with a sepia archival ink on craft card stock. With your finger, put nuvo embellishment mousse (color cosmic brown) on the edge of the flowers, on the leaves and also randomly on the bottle. You can also color the wood cap of the bottle with it.
With a glue gun, glue all the flowers in the front of the bottle. Insert flowers and brown twine rope under the flowers. To finish you can wrap twine around the neck of the bottle.