I completed this project for the KellyCraft Blog and I thought I would share it here with you!
I am back with another great project using the KellyCraft Get-it-Straight Laser Square. I know that I have said it before, but really, I love this product! This tool is what I call my all-in-one! I have been stamping for many years and I can't tell you how many times my project is almost finished and I stamp that last image only to have it not stamp completely on my paper. How frustrating! Well, with my Get-it-Straight Laser Square not only can I line my page elements up perfectly, I can also use it to re-stamp my incomplete images. I am so in love!
This project is a fairly simple to create and sunflowers for me, always remind me of Autumn. With the stamped sunflower and a few embellishments, you have a wonderful project that you can hang on the wall or sit it on your table. And for a beautiful table centerpiece, place your frame on a table next to a vase filled with sunflowers. Now that would be very, very pretty.
Thank you for joining me. Until next time...
Stampin' Queen Creations
Bella Crafts Quarterly
Give The Queen A Call!!!
8" Square Canvas
Cardstock- Tan, Rust, Brown & Yellow
Lace & Trim
Dove Blender Pen
Using the Get-it-Straight Laser Square line the pattern paper
and adhere it to the canvas
Stamp the sunflower on tan cardstock three times
and the butterfly twice.
Color the stamped images with Faber-Castell chalk pencils
and blend the colors with a blender pen
Add Zip Dry Paper Glue to the center of the top sunflower
and cover with micro beads. Pour excess beads back
into the container
Using a Cricut Personal Cutting Machine with the Fancy Frames
cartridge, cut out three frames with yellow, brown & rust
cardstock. Adhere the frames together. Add foam tape to the
back of the frames
Cut out all three sunflowers. Add foam tape between each
sunflower and adhere to the frames. Cut out both butterflies
and adhere them together at the butterfly's bodies, leaving
the wings free
Using the Get-it-Straight Laser Square, line up all of
your elements and adhere to the canvas.
After you have added all of your elements, adhere trim
around outer edge of the canvas with a glue gun.
Add brown bow and you're done!