Tuesday Tutorial From April Derrick
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Curious about how to make these? Well keep reading. We have a fabulous tutorial for you today from Design Team Member April Derrick!
Supplies Used for Project:
- Sizzix Tim Holtz Alterations Die
- Ranger Perfect Pearls
- Ranger Stickles
- Paper Studio Jewel Brads
- Pink Paislee Wood Letters
- Ranger Distress Stain
- Wooden Embroidery Hoop
How to create the flowers:
- Pick out several core’rdinating colors of Tim Holtz Kraft-Core Cardstock and use a flower die to cut out several flowers
- Place each flower on top of a mouse pad and grab a small/medium sized stylus.
- Starting at the top of each flower petal, rub the end of the stylus in a circular motion working your way down the petal to the center of the flower. The petals will start curl in as you do this.
- When you are happy with the flowers, place them into a container or cardboard box for misting.
- Create your own shimmery glimmer mist by combining Ranger’s Perfect Pearls with water. Spray all of the flowers with your glimmer mist and let them dry.
* Note: I added about a 1/2 tsp of the “Perfect Pearl” powder to a 2 oz Ranger Mister bottle filled 3/4 of the way with water. You don’t have to make this much each time, I just like to keep this beautiful white mist on hand at all times so I have it ready whenever I need to add a little shimmer to my projects!
And here is the final project with some Black Magic
all distressed and sanded for the background.Gorgeous!
- For this particular project, I layered the flowers together, punched a hole in the center, and then added a jeweled brad to the centers!