Spring in a Bottle

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Spring in a Bottle

Other Products: Die cutting machine Cut’n’boss, heatgun, water mister, hot glue gun, hot glue, scissors, kraft wire string, ribbon, pearl, mesh, old bottle

Instructions: Make 2 daffodils (smaller size). Stamp onto cardstock paper in bright tangelo, colour the centre with the same color and add a touch of sunflower ink. Diecut with the coordinating die. Place facedown into the flower shaping mold, spritz with water and run through the diecutting machine to shape. Shape and assemble using your hands and tools to finalize the flower. Poke a hole in the centre of the flowers and add stamens, secure with hot glue. Also make 3 daffodils in the bigger size by stamping in sunflower ink this time.

Make a lot of little hyacinth flowers. Stamp your flowers with majestic violet ink onto deluxe flower shaping paper, color the flower with the same color and with paradise steal. Diecut with the coordinating die. Place facedown into the flower shaping mold, spritz with water and run through the diecutting machine to shape. Give further shape with Deluxe flower shaping kit tools. Take a metal rod and shape it with making tape all around it. Glue the flowers one by one to form a hyacinth cluster. Make 2 hyacinths.

Make leaves with the wild rose collection. Stamp and color using leaf green ink onto white flower shaping paper. Diecut with the coordinating die. Place facedown into the flower shaping mold, spritz with water and run through the diecutting machine to shape. Glue 2 leaves back to back on a wire.

Put violet mesh in your bottle. Arrange your flower in the bottle. Put some mesh, leaves and kraft wire through your arrangement. Tie a ribbon all around the neck of your bottle.

Use 2 circles from the Decorative circle Frame die. Die cut in violet and lilac paper. Ink the edge and stamp a sentiment on the smaller one. Glue it with 3D foam on each other. Glue 3 littles hyacinth flowers on it and add on the front of the bottle.

 

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