Friday, November 8, 2013
HCDP1 237 Antiquity Paper Collection
HCD 740 Sweet Juliet Die
HCPC 3568 Moments With You PreCut Set
HCPC 3567 Juliet Spray PreCut Set
272486 Cameo Sparklets
159223 Paper Blossoms Molding Mat
459222 Paper Blossoms Tool Kit
Other products: Spellbinder Resplendent Rectangles, Smooch, Rhinestones, Card Stock, Distress Ink, Inka Gold Rub, Embossing Powder, Foam Tape
Instructions: Cut base card stock card 5 x 7. Cut 4 3/4 x 6 3/4 paper from Antiquity Collection. Stamp Juliet Spray Stamp randomly over paper and emboss with cream dry embossing powder and apply to card. Cut Resplendent Rectangle die and apply to base card with foam tape. Cut decorated rectangle from Antiquity paper. Stamp the Moments with you stamp in the center of the designer paper. Color in flower image with distress ink. Add to card as shown with foam tape. Apply rhinestones around the border as shown. For the larger flowers cut out two large Sweet Juliet Dies and one small, and ink with distress ink, not all the way to the edge so you have a variegation in coloring. Apply thin strokes of smooch from the center out, again not all the way and random. On the small and one large petal curl under to make you base bloom. On the last larger petal cut the ends of to a point and arch the petals using your McGill tools. Adhere to the bottom of your double stacked bloom and top off with the Sparklets. Create two larger flowers like this and then make three smaller blooms without the base. Cut two leaves from the Sweet Juliet Die and color with the Inka Gold Rub. Curl with your McGill tools and then assemble card/flowers as shown.
Posted by Lori at 6:49 AM
Wednesday, November 6, 2013
I adore the latest collection from KaiserCraft " Through the Looking Glass ". I just happened to have a picture of my youngest with Alice at Disneyworld and the colors were perfect with the combo on the paper collection.
Both of the tags on the sides of the pictures hold hidden journaling. I love to add hidden things to my work. Something about it makes it so personal and special.
See you on Friday with some more great projects. Have a great hump day.
Posted by Lori at 3:30 AM