Eileen Hull 3pk-lovely-labels-set You can get that HERE
Paint or ink spray
Glue Dots® Pop up
Tim Holtz Rub on
Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher
1.First you will cut out your coffee filters from the Flowers 3D #2 die
2.You will then dye them-just spray or insert into bowl with paint/water mixture. Squeeze out excess water and lay them on paper towel to dry
The white ones just wet and lay out to dry
3. Once petals are dry. Take 3 stamens and fold in half
4. Place them in the middle of 5 flowers
5. Twist the bottom of flower with stamens
6. Then turn your flower over and using a Tiny Attacher (Tim Holtz's stapler)
staple the bottom. Then fluff flower to your liking
7. Easy peasy attaching with Glue Dots® Pop ups. I just wrapped the wire with the Glue Dots® and then adhered the back of the flowers to the wire.
As you see here, just take the bottom flower and attach it to the Glue Dot® and it holds beautifully.
Here is my 4th of July flowers and my favorite ever Tim Holtz's tag that I have done!
Which gave me the inspiration for my tag to adhere to my jar. I used the Lovely Labels die by Eileen Hull and die cut a piece of water color paper. I then swiped my Fire Brick Distress ink and added a paintbrush of water across it. Then repeated for the Blue. I used Faded Jeans Distress ink. I also colored my seam binding the same way. Add a Tim Holtz Rub on to the tag and wrap around the jar to finish it off.
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So please join us in this months challenge "Red, White & Beautiful!
I hope you enjoyed my post and I wish each and everyone of you a safe and Happy 4th of July!
First I have to say, when I received the Marion Smith Designs paper....I confess! I did not want to cut them! I really had a hard time! I wanted to use both sides and I could not, no matter how bad I wanted to! This line is called "Never Grow Up".
The paper dolls in this line are sooooo cute!
I have 3 projects to share today!
First up is the Flower
Marion Smith cardstock is a sturdy cardstock, I love that! This means it works really well for using with die cut machines. It is not easily torn.
So to try it out, I first started with a flower cut on my Silhouette.
I used my handy dandy Glue Dot® dispenser with my Glue Dots® Minis loaded in it. This makes it so easy to put the flower together.
Just add your Glue Dots® and stack your petals until finished.
Here is the finished flower. See the little nest with the bird?
This is also part of Marion Smith Designs, they are called Junque & Gems! LOVE them!
My next project is a card for the new baby!
Again using my Glue Dots® dispenser I cut out my card and then adhered the pieces together.
Do you see the paper doll up there? I love them!
Once everything was adhered down I added the stamp and fussy cut the little outfit to go on the front of this cute little dresser card! Check out that little resin flower, isn't that super cute!
Another of the Junque & Gems by Marion Smith Designs!
Such a great cardstock, cuts well, inks well and love the weight of this cardstock!
And the designs are soooo cute!
Next is my final piece and I LOVE the way it turned out! I hope you do too!
It's a Paper Purse!
Look at this fabulous design! I love this large floral print! What a great print for a purse!
I cut all my pieces out and started putting this purse together.
(Watch out Coach) LOL!
You can see why I like using the Glue Dots®. They fit nicely on each of the little tabs and they hold in place. If I were to use glue I would have to hold that area till it was tacky enough to move on. But with the Glue Dots® I can continue to work! I love that!
The purse itself is so cute! Then if you used it as a gift card holder or for a small gift bag! PERFECT!
See the flower I used for the "snap"? Again Marion Smith Designs Junque & Gems! It was a perfect finish to this gift handbag!
Marion Smith products are available at Scrapbook.com and BlueMoonScrapbooking.com for online ordering.
Glue Dots® products, including the new Desktop Dispenser, are available online at Jo-Ann.com or at your local Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores.
I hope that you hop to the rest of the designers blogs. I am sure they have some fabulous eye candy!
How could they not with this fabulous line by Marion Smith Designs!