It's Party Time

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It's Party Time

Other Products: Cardstock (White and Mauve), May Arts Ribbon (1.5" Green Silk Ribbon, Ivory Burlap String), Hot Glue, Archival Ink (Jet Black), CTMH Ink (Blush), ColorBox Ink (Violet), Heat Gun, Mason Jar Lid, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L (Adhesive Dots-Micro, Extreme Double Sided Tape 1/4"), May Arts Ribbon- Pearl Trim, Plastic Bracelet, White Buttons

For more tips on creating with the foam paper & stamens, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/Oma6ctVmUD0.

To see how to shape the roses, watch the video at https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo.

Instructions: Cut a piece of mauve cardstock to 6x12". Using a template trace and cut a half circle. Using Extreme Double Sided Tape, adhere the cardstock into a cone (party hat) shape. Die cut 1 intricate lacy image from white cardstock. Adhere to the top of the party hat using mini adhesive dots.

Stamp and die cut 3 sets of the leaves from the Blushing Rose Stem stamp and die set in Archival ink onto green Beary Fun Retreat patterned paper. Shape and set aside. Stamp and die cut 3 sets of the Small Classic Petunia from Art Foam Paper, using Black Archival Ink on white cardstock. I added colour just to the middles of each flower using violet ink and Stack and Store Daubers. To shape my foam flowers I use a heat gun, a mason jar lid, and my stylus to hold them in place. The mason jar lid makes a nice heating surface that holds a little heat. Place the flower face down, heat, and then right to the shaping mat to shape. Using a little bit of hot glue I added the light yellow Pastel Bead Stamen, 3 in each.

Stamp and die cut 3 sets of the mini Water Lily images on Art Foam Paper in Black Archival Ink. I kept these little flowers white. So I moved right onto shaping, much like the Classic Petunias. Add a single light blue pearl stamen in the middle of each flower.

Stamp and die cut 2 sets of the medium Classic Rose images onto Classic Rose pink patterned paper, using Black Archival Ink. Ink the edges using Blush ink and daubers. Shape and assemble the flowers. I added pink stamen in the middle of one open rose.

Using hot glue I started adding clusters of flowers around the entire base of the party hat. Add loops of the pearl trim around the clusters. Then I added white buttons in a few of the open spaces.

Simply using hot glue, I added a couple of foam flowers to the plastic bracelet to make an easy coordinating accessory.

Created By Tracy McLennon
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