This week I have something you can hang on the wall.
A Wooden Banner…”I Wish You…”
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Other Products Used: Inks: Coffee Archival ink. Distress Inks: Walnut Stain, Peeled Paint, Forest Moss, Wild Honey, Barn Door, Black Soot, Fired Brick, Vintage Photo, Gathered Twigs, Faded Jeans, Older Paper, Ground Espresso, Rusty Hinge, Spiced Marmalade. Other: Stair Dust Stickles, Water Mister, Inking tool, Water colouring brush, Scissors, Ruler, Hot glue gun, Fussy Cutting Scissors, Double Sided Foam Tape, organza Ribbon, Misti, Set of MDF Tree stump rounds or circles, String, Black Crafting Sand.
The finished size of this project is 18 “ (45 cm ) each Tree stump round is 5 - 5 1/2 “ ( 12.5 – 14 cm )
Taking the MDF Tree stump kit, adhere the stump ring paper to the MDF or find a neutral design paper to use as a background for the stumps. Taking the white card stock and cut the circles by taping the two sized circles on the back and die cut at east 6 times for each ring, one for each stump. Adhere together with clear drying glue. When dry apply the Forest moss distress ink to give the rings a deep green colour. Stamp, die cut and colour all the embellishments. Cut x 6 extra die cuts for all three of the bears to make chip-board. Adhere together.
Make the flowers.
For the sunflower centres, apply a large amount of clear drying glue to the flower centre then the black sand. Press softly on the sand to push it into the glue. Put aside to dry. Taking the sentiment stamp from the Sunrise Lilly stamp set, stamp this onto the white card stock and trim the words wanted for each stump round. Ink the edges with the Fired Brick ink.
Adhere the circle rings to the stumps then the bears. Next step is to arrange and adhere the flowers, leaves, sentiment banners and footprints. Attach the stumps together with the string, leaving extra length string on both ends to be able to attach or hang the project where wanted.
To finish the project apply stickles to the flowers and anything you would like to high light.
Click HERE to see the video on making the Sunflowers
Isn't this collection so cute!
Great to make cards for children but also for adults that are still a child at heart...i love that...forever young...lol
Till next week, have a scrappy happy time.
Inky hugs, sussipoppins