Outside the leaves are turning, mums are blooming and the air has changed to crisp and cool to remind us of the new season.
Today is another project recap with previous GlueArts' designer Linda Albrecht, she shows how a flower stamp from Hero Arts can be used so beautifully!! Don't you agree??!!
Stay tuned for what is coming up later in the week, which will explain why we're recapping all these amazing projects!
Glue Arts- Extreme Tac Adhesive, Glue Glider Pro, Ribbon Adhesive, and 3D Foam Blanks
Hero Arts Bold Blossoms Clear Stamp set
Melissa Frances Chipboard Backdrop
BasicGrey "Pyrus" collection paper, chipboard and Elements Alphabet Stickers, and Rub on
Staz On Saddle Brown Ink pad
Creative Cafe Gems
Small styrofoam pumpkin, cut in half
Sheer 1" brown ribbon
Vintage Lace and buttons
1. Cover the chipboard backdrop piece with patterned paper using the Glue Glider Pro with the ExtremeTac Adhesive.
2. Stamp flowers using the Hero Arts Stamp set onto colored papers, hand cut out flowers from papers, lightly sand edges then layer pieces using the 3D Foam Blanks.
3. Adhere lace onto the bottom of the backdrop using Glue Arts Ribbon Adhesive. Adhere buttons onto each end of the lace.
4. Cut a styrofoam pumpkin in half then adhere it to the the backdrop using the Extreme Tac Adhesive. Add wire curlies, velvet leave and stem.
5. Adhere berry sprig next to the pumpkin then add layered flower pieces using the D Foam.
6. Apply gems to flower centers and a few velvet leaves to the design in the patterned paper, as desired.
7. Punch holes at the top of the backdrop piece then add sheer ribbon for hanging.