Sentiment Flower Frame

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Craft Products Used

  • Dreamees Tangled flowers stamp and dies set
  • Dreamees water colour pens
  • Water brush
  • Clear acrylic block
  • Hunkydory Deco-large box frames rectangle
  • Sentiment stamp or die cut sentiment
  • Polka dot papers
  • Dreamees Pearls
  • Glue
  • Double sided tape

Step One

Take your deco large frame and burnish the scorelines. Using either double sided tape or glue stick down the edges on all four sided to create your frame.

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Step Two

Trim and stick a piece of patterened paper to fit the inside of your frame. Select either a die cut sentiment or stamp to pop into the centre.

Step Three

Stamp and die cut six flowers (various sizes).

Step Four

Using an acrylic block or ceramic tile squiggle some ink from the watercolour pens onto it. Using your water brush add a little water to the ink and then pick up onto your brush.

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Step Five

Starting with the inner part of your flower use yellow and work from the centre outwards on each petal. Next bring in a watered down orange and gently blend from the yellow to the outside of the petals.

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Step Six

Whilst the card is still damp (not wet) squiggle down some more orange onto your block or tile. Do not add as much water this time so that you have a slightly darker shade. Gently blend this around the edge of the petals to add dimension.

Step Seven

Should your require an even darker shadow or shading. Wait until dry then using the finer nib of the pens add some colour directly to the image.

Step Eight

Shape your flower using a ball or shaping tool to add dimension. Glue to the outer frame over lapping slightly.

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Step Nine

Add pearls or embellishments to the centre of the flowers.

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Happy Crafting!

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