Monday, 28 May 2018

Creative Team - Magic Memories

Creative Team - Magic Memories

By Creative Team Member - Cheryl Peterie



Supplies:







Kaisercraft Fairy Garden - Sticker Sheet

Kaisercraft Fairy Garden 12x12 Paper - Flutterby

Kaisercraft Fairy Garden 12x12 Paper - Mystify

Cadence Dora 3D Paint 5176 Candy Floss

12"x12" Pale Blue Cardstock

1/2" Cream Satin Ribbon
 

Tools:

Basic tool kit (trimmer, scissors, double sided Tape, Foam Tape, pencil, tweezers etc),
Glue
Paper Distresser
Zutter Bow-it-All V-3
paint brush.
 
 

Instructions:

 
First choose three flowers from the wooden embellishment pack, paint with the Cadence 3D Candy Floss paint & add a dot to the centre of the flower.
 
 

Trim the Fairy Garden-Mystify paper (striped side up) to 11.5" x 11.5" distress the edges & attach to the pale blue cardstock leaving an even border.
 


Trim the Fairy Garden Flutterby paper to 8" x 12" (green side up) distress the edges & attach to the page, from the left over butterfly side of the same paper cut a 4" x 6.5" panel distress the edges & attach to the page, from the Fairy Garden Sticker Sheet attach the black border to the left side of the green panel, attach the narrow blue border to the right side of the striped background, attach the large sentiment border to the bottom of the page last add the photo over the butterfly paper.



Locate the following pieces from the Fairy Garden Collectables pack, mount the large sentiment with foam tape to the top left corner of the photo & adhere the others with glue.




Adhere a mix of flowers & leaves from the Little Birdie Renae Blush & Renae Celeste flower packs in clusters around the page, next adhere the three painted wooden flowers to the three floral clusters.

Cut two pieces off the crystal clear bling flourish & place to the left & bottom of the photo.

Tie a triple bow (I have used the Zutter Bow-it-All V-3) & adhere to the left side of the photo.
Fussy cut five butterflies from the leftover paper & adhere around the page leaving the wings free
 
Created By: Cheryl Peterie
 
 
 
 
 
 


 
 
 
 

 
 

 
 

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