Wednesday, March 9, 2016

I Brake for Spring & Flowers(Video Tutorial)

Hello everyone & Happy Wednesday to all!
Today my Flower cards are both Featured on the I Brake For Stamps Blog, and can be seen here! Wooohooo Hope you will stop by take a peek & leave some LUV if you like :)
I LOVE working with all the beautiful Flowers from I Brake For Stamps. They are so pretty, and lots of fun to work with, not to mention you can make them 3-D! My card for today is another using the Beautiful "Flowers" Stamp! I also did a video tutorial showing the Glass Flower Technique/and dusting! Hope you enjoy!

I cant wait for spring to get here, as I LOVE seeing all the beautiful flowers in the yard. I also want to plant my garden this year up on my patio outside my bedroom slider. LOVE when I have my mini garden and flowers out there, and the Cats LOVE it too...hehehe
On this card I used K& Company design paper, its very very old, but love the bright colors from it. I just did some simple layers, and added sewing to each. Next I decided to add some corner die cut pieces & Spellbinders frames. The Ribbon is from RRR, and I did add a button from my stash.
Supplies Used:
I Brake For Stamps /Flowers Stamp
Copics/ distress ink/paint/embossing powder/ Glue pad/heat gun
K & Company design paper/American Crafts card stock black/Bazzill pink
Spellbinders dies/CC dies
Really Reasonable Ribbon
Button and sewing
 Challenges :
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Thank you for looking and have a lovely day!
hugs to all,


Lisa Mensing said...

This is beautiful, WOW! Loving the colors and layers. Thank you for playing along at Craftin Desert Divas Lots of Layers Linky Party. Lisa DT

Lena Misquitta said...

Thank you for sharing your glass flower technique.

Julie B said...

Such a pretty sprig card, thanks for sharing your technique for the flowers.
So pleased you joined us at CuM. :)

lalkygirl said...

Wow what a stunning card .love the design and thanks for sharing your tutorial those flowers are divine
Thanks for joining us at Craft-Dee BowZ and good luck in the challenge
Tracey X

Lucy E. said...

These glass flowers are so pretty!
I hope to try your technique soon!

Michelle said...

I am a little late, but just watched your Halloween box video and was very interested in the glass flower technique. I do have a question on the "dusting brush". Is that a Tim Holtz item? Oh, and you mentioned the embossing powder - do you use clear? I think I just answered my own powder question...

Anyway, thanks for the unique technique and ideas you provide.