How to alter a flower die cut in a new way.
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Let us craft together and have amazing fun creating some new flowers. Yes!!
today I have a beautiful flower that is big in size and looks beautiful.
But, If I say that you need not buy any new die for making this flower, you would be surprised right?
This flower can be made from your old Amazing Paper Grace die and all you need to do is alter the die cut by some fussy cutting.
See the picture here and can you guess which die I have used ?
So let us start.
Follow the pictures below to get detailed step by step instructions of how I made this beautiful money gift envelope and adorned with my flowers.
Step by Step Instructions
Cut out the die cuts in white flower shaping paper and green paper for leaves.
With a pencil, draw ruffles inside the petals. Follow the scallops design of the petals and cut randomly.
After cutting the petals, they will look like this. Colour the petals with Archival inks using a blending brush.
Spay the flowers with water with a mister and emboss them on the black foam pad using a groove golf tool and cut them using a ball tool.
Take a store bought money gift envelope. Cut a mat white layer smaller than the envelope front. Use the Fan flower transom etched die without its outer edge die to cut a deign like this, Add pattern paper at the back of the white mat layer.
Add ribbon in the middle and attach it to the back. Place the mat layer on the envelope and adhere it. Cut a Brilliante Rondelle die cut in white card stock. Distress with any green ink and adhere to the front using foam tape.
Finish the card by adding the flowers and leaves, Add some extra touch by distressing the front in shades of pink.
I hope you like this project. So now you can alter any flower making die and make beautiful flowers without buying new dies.
Amazing Paper Grace has so many flower making dies and one can create a wide range of flowers using them
Products used here
Brilliante Rondelle etched die
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