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Wednesday, 8 October 2014
Stretch Your Stamps 2 - Day 9 - Silhouette Florals - a
Topic: Online Class

Day 9 of the Stretch Your Stamps 2 class used floral silhouette stamps including sprigs, branches, leaves and 'build a bloom' or 'build a bouquet'. Well, do I have any of these? Not in sets. But by going through ALL ov my clear stamp sets I was able to find a bloom here - a leaf there - a branch elsewhere... and managed to bring together enough to do three of the lessons.

First was a CASE of a card by Julie Ebersole. This begins with tracing a circle on the front of a card and stamping around it with leaves in two colors and three sizes of blooms in three colors.

The center of the resulting wreath is cut out with sharp scissors. A banner was stamped and cut out then glued into the wreath from the back.

I used liquid pearls and rhinestones for the flower centers.

Ddd


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