White cardstock, Pearl pen creme, Cutting machine (Big Shot), Scissor, Ruler, Distress Ink Vintage Photo, Tulle, Flower Bouquet Doily, Ribbon, Flower tape white, staples.
For more tips on creating with the Camelia Carnation collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/rhk76SAIgWQ.
For more tips on creating with the Singing in the Rain collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/_J85LChrXSs.
For more tips on creating with the flower shaping molds, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/FSdPL7nXvQE.
Instructions: To view a larger photo of this project click here. Stamp with Morocco Ink 30 petals of the Large Camelia Carnation, cut them out with the coordinating die and ink all the edges with the Morocco Place the petals in the flower shaping mold, spritz them with water and run them through the die cutting machine. Let them dry, shape them a little bit with the deluxe shaping kit and glue 5 petals together. Then stamp some rose vines with the Tuxedo Black and color them with the bamboo leaves and a little bit with the distress ink Vintage Photo. Cut them out with the coordinating die and shape them on the mat. Stamp some flowers and leaves from the Rain Boots and blossoms with the Black Tuxedo and color them with the bamboo leaves and Rose Bud, cut them out with the coordinating dies and shape them a little bit on the shaping mat.
Now make a hole in the carnations and insert a large Stamen. Do this with all six flowers and adhere them together with dries clear adhesive. Make a bow with the ribbon and staple this on the doily, then staple the Rose vines and some other leaves you like all the way around, then get the carnations and pull them through the doily with the wire from the stamen. Get your Tulle and put this on a wire too and pull it through the doily and arrange it between the Carnations. Add the rest of your greenery and arrange this also in between your flowers. Make some dots with the pearl pen on some greenery to make them look like flowers.
Now get your flower tape and wrap that over all the stamens so that it is nicely finished.