Woodn't it be Lovely?
lHere we go with another
look at the those little wooden
think they call them flourishes!
Angela Radford is with us
today to show us another way
"Hi everyone, Angela here to
show you what fun I have been
having with PaperArtsy stamps,
Color Bloom sprays and
of course the Kaisercraft Flourishes
I started by stamping onto plain white
card with perfect medium ink and heat
embossing with clear powder then using the
Colour Bloom sprays I added colour to
I continued to spray a variety of colours
onto the card and then allowed it to dry
adding more heat embossed images too.
The next thing was to stamp the chosen
images onto the card and then cut these out.
To prepare the card blank I folded the front
section in half to create a Tri-fold type card.
Then attached a coloured card to the
front and inner sections.
For this background paper I simply sprayed
the Colour Bloom onto my craft mat and
pushed the card through it.
Let this dry and then using the same ink
I applied it through a Tim Holtz stencil.
Once this was dry I cut it to the correct size and
layered it onto the card. I also added some
stamping using a Carabelle stamp called
Circles and Text to add a little more interest
to the background.
Here you can see what it looks like on the
inside and the gprgeous shine from the ink.
Now I stamped the sentiment and
began adding the images.
Here we are a little further on.
The large flower was cut and trimmed
with other sections added to it including
Also prepared the Kaisercraft embellishments
I planned to use by colouring them with
the Colour Blooms.
Once everything was ready I was able to finish
mounting all the images and embellishments.
Completed the design with the addition of
Stickles Glitter Glue.
Hope you enjoyed watching me
make this card.
Happy crafting, Angela xXx"
Thank you Angela, always a
pleasure watching your creations
come to life!
Well, I think I'm beginning to get
some idea on what to do with
the Kaisercraft Flourishes. One
tray could go a long way.......