Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Flower Power Challenge Project With Elizabeth Crafts

Hi it's Angela Beavers here with my challenge project Flower Garden Cutie.  My project was built on an 8x8 wood plank that hangs on the wall.

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*Cut patterned paper to 4 1/2 x 12" and due cut with 961 Tag Die. Die cut the tag again with the lattice overlay die.
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Stamp the flowers with plum ink and the Dahlia Dance stamp.*Distress edges of the tag with coffee ink. Decide placement on the wood plank & tape the tag down and cut off the overhang. *Stamp pink card stock with plum ink and Dahlia Dance stamp. Die cut out 24 flowers with 994 flowers die.IMG_1973
*Die cut three small and three large flowers from 964 Victorian Flower Die.
Flower Trio:
*Place small flower on top of the large flower slightly off set and place brad in the center. Using a bone folder, shape flower by curling petals to create dimension.
*Distress edges of petals with coffee ink. *Decide placement of leaves, flowers, and pink tulle. Staple to wood plank front.
*Stamp in coffee ink the "Let us be Grateful"  stamp on white card stock and distress edges. Attach to a magenta mat and glue onto the wood plank.
*Crop photo as needed, distress edges with coffee ink and tape to tag.
*Cut one hinge from Kraft card stock. Cut the hinge in half. Using glossy accents, glue hinge to tag edge.
*Hammer 6 brads into the open holes on the hinge.

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Supply List:
*961 Tags & More 8-Lattice
*994 Garden Notes Hydrangea
*962 Hardware 1 Hinges
*964 Victorian Flower Set
*RS005 Let us be Grateful stamp
*8x8 Wood Plank
*Kaisercraft Blue Bay Collection P1735 Sapphire patterned paper
*Cardstock in white, pink, magenta and Kraft
*Graphic 45 Staples-metal brads
*Ranger Archival ink in plum and coffee
*2 Petaloo leaves
*pink tulle
*6 silver brads
*430K  Dahlia Dance rubber stamp by Penny Black
*Glossy Accents
* 4x6 photo Tag:


  1. What gorgeous flowers!! I love the pattern on them and this is a beautiful wall hanging! TFS!

  2. What a fun wall hanging, love how you decorate the lattice on the tag with the tiny flowers