CS and Papers: FPF digi papers, So Saffron, Wild Wasbe
Ink: Distress Tea Die
Markers: Copic R29
Access. And Embellishments: BoBunny Ribbon
Special Techniques: Paper Piecing
Just in case you are not sure how to get the Flower Pot image onto the designer paper I will show you what I did. There are probably better methods, but this worked for me.
First, I printed off a set of the FPF digi paper on regular printer paper. Then I used MS Word to format two side-by-side images of the flower I wanted to use and printed a copy.
Next, I cut squares of paper to tape over the section of the flower that I needed for layering. I put the same sheet back in my printer and printed it again.
Well, if you look at this picture you will see that I made a mistake and did not tape down the paper very well. But it is not a loss, because I really only need the face for the next layer. Sometimes, mistakes work out ok.
Then I cut out each of the pieces and layered them up for the finished flower.
Be sure and take a look at what the wonderful Design Team has come up with for your inspiration. I hope you join us this week at Delightful Challenges and I look forward to visiting your blogs to see your fabulous creations.
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