OH MY!!!! I found the most fun stamp in the world. It is called "Fabulous Flowers". SO.... today that is what I am going to be sharing with you for Technique Tuesday. So run and gather your supplies or bookmark my blog so you will be able to refer back because once you see how easy and beautiful these flowers are to make I am sure you will be wanting to make them yourself. So here we go....
You will need the "Fabulous Flowers" Inky Antics Stamp,Inky Antics Honeycomb paper, 2" Glubers or extra large glue dot.
I stamped my images on white paper to make a template and fussy cut them out - this will keep the black ink from transferring onto my honeycomb paper. Make sure you either draw with a pencil lightly or stamp on the ridge of the honeycomb.
Stretch the honeycomb pieces out as far as they will go, being careful not to tear them, have your Gluber ready to place the honeycomb on.
Start placing your honeycomb around the edge of the Gluber until the edges are covered, if you have to much just tear it off, make sure it is round though :) Do the smaller honeycomb next.
Add a fun button or other embellishment and walla la you have a beautiful and super easy flower made. Isn't it a wonderful way to use up all of your scrap honeycomb.
Here is a second flower that is on the stamp set; all I can say is GORGEOUS!!! I also added a sentiment using a SRM Thank You Sentiments. I sure hope you try your had at these flowers. Enjoy!!! Pammejo
I love flowers and these are gorgeous..so pretty in the paper color you chose..I don't know what honeycomb paper is so i am gonna look it up on Youtube..really love that pretty pink one especially..thank you for sharing new techniques.ReplyDelete
What a fantastic tutorial, Pam! I love it, and your cards are great. :-) Thanks so much for helping us spread the HoneyPOP joy.ReplyDelete
I love these flowers, especially since we bought the stamps together. I haven't made any yet, but now I want to after seeing how pretty yours turned out. TFS.ReplyDelete
Great tutorial. I love my HoneyPOP! Love all your attention to detail on your cards. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
PRETTY STINKIN COOL!ReplyDelete
I just found this on pinterest! I designed the set, how fun to see it in action! :)ReplyDelete
Great cards and tutorial! :)