I am busy getting samples ready for the Wellington Paper Arts and Crafts Show next weekend in Porirua, Wellington. I have now got a wide range of Heartfelt Creations and Spellbinders products for sale along with Memento inks, Art Glitter adhesives and a lot more.
Here is a card that I have made using a Spellbinders die – Majestic Twenty-Five Labels and the Heartfelt Creations Tattered Blossoms cling stamp and die set. I am really pleased with my flowers and they remind me of the Sweetheart Rose or Cecile Brunner with the soft pink colour and blown petals.
Tutorial on making these flowers:
Stamp a range of different size flowers using Memento Angel Pink ink. Die cut them out.
Use a misting spray bottle lightly spray the back of the die cuts with water.
I used my stylus from the Heartfelt Creations Deluxe Shaping Kit to shape the petals over and squeeze the ends. It is hard to show what I did with a still photo but I did not use the slot in the stylus – I bent the petals over the stylus. For the very small flowers I just squeezed each petal.
I then pressed in the middle to create a bowl shape.
I then let the flowers dry thoroughly before putting them together.
Here is the sequence I have used for the medium flowers. I have used Art Glitter Dries Clear Adhesive to put these flowers together.
For the centres I have used Art Glitter Dries Clear Adhesive and Go Man Go Prills to finish them off. You could use any small bead or flower soft for the centre.
Cardstock – CTMH White Daisy
Paper – Sweet Lullaby
Stamp – Heartfelt Creations Tattered Blossoms, Birds and Blooms Leafy Branch, CTMH Framed
Die – Heartfelt Creations Tattered Blossoms, Birds and Blooms Leafy Branch, Spellbinders Majestic Labels Twenty-Five
Ink – Memento Angel Pink, Canteloupe, New Sprout, Pistachio, Espresso Truffle
Heartelt Creations Deluxe Shaping Kit
Art Glitter Dries Clear Adhesive
Prills – Go Man Go
Pearls from my stash.
Stick It Adhesive Sheets
Prisma glitter from my stash
I hope you find the tutorial easy to follow and please feel free to ask any questions.
If you are in the Wellington region next weekend please pop over to the Te Rauparaha Arena to the Wellington Paper Arts and Craft show and come and say hello.
Have a good week and Happy Crafting