Hello, Ann here today from the AG Blog Design Team and the blog: Annmakes.blogspot.com. I have more flower power love to share with you today! Here is my latest project:
To make this I used two sheets and a scrap (I keep the little bits left over) of some handmade paper I made. Of course these were made following the Original Arnold Grummer Pour Mould method (link to video). I like to use my handmade papers just like any store bought paper, and I dare to treat it the same way in the art making process. For this project I wanted to play with some new tools I got.
1. I cut strips of paper according to the measurements as suggested by the makers of the "Flower Punch Board" and then I proceeded to punch and score according to that manufacturer's instructions. It was easy and quick to do.
2, Once I had the strips prepared I then folded, accordion style, the flowers. I used some double sided adhesive to keep the petals down. I stacked aa extra small flower on top of a larger flower and glued.
3. To make the centre of the flower I used a Paper Punch and made the flower burst shape. I glued that to the centre too. (See first picture)
4. I added a vintage button from my collection and some sparkling glitter glue.
5. To add some dimension to this "Posie" I inked the edges with some chalk ink. Now my flower is done and is ready to be used in another project or even as a gift topper instead of a bow!
I hope that you are inspired to make some handmade papers and go play with your scrapbooking tools in new ways.
Handmade paper (mine)
Chalk Ink in "coral"
Aleene's Tacky Glue
Double sided tape 3m
Button (my stash)
We R Memory Keepers "Flower Punch Board"
Fiskars hand punch "Burst"
Glitter Glue in pink (Dollarama)
Thank you for stopping by, and please go over to my blog where I share lots and lots of how to's!