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I created the roses using a tutorial by Maria Holder. I used my Silhouette to cut out the flower shapes and then followed her tutorial on how to create the roses. They are very simple to make and I think they add a nice touch! After creating these, I have been on the search for other flower designs and realized that the Silhouette has several different 3D flowers available!!! More fun for the future! LOL!!!
How to alter wooden projects:
Sand the wooden pieces.
Paint the pieces, especially the edges, a color similar to the paper you are going to cover it with.
Glue the pattern paper to the wooden piece.
Cut around each wooden piece using an x-acto knife to remove the excess paper.
Sand the paper edges with a fine grit sand paper.
Ink the edges if desired.
(butterfly size: 10.5 inches x 13 inches)
If you are looking for more inspiration, stop by the Bo Bunny blog to see what the other DT members created using Flutter Butter!
I also have my October reveal article for ACOT posted today! This month I worked with Sassafras Lass's Amplify line! I found it a bit challenging to start with...the colors and designs are bit out of my comfort zone! However, after taking a step back and a deep breath, I was able to step outside the box and have some fun with their products! Feel free to top by ACOT for my full article along with more close up images of my layouts!
Thanks for stopping by and be on the lookout tomorrow for a some fun Halloween inspiration!!!
Today I am sharing my October Magistical Memories projects with you!
For my first project, I used the Scallop Lace Book to create this fun little Halloween treat bag. I cut 2 of the pages to the same height and then cut the sides and a bottom from chipboard. I used masking tape to hold all of the pieces together. I painted the inside and outside of the bag black. I then covered each side of the bag with pieces of pattern paper, stickers and glitter. I finished by filling it with some yummy Halloween peanut M&M's!!!
My second project was created for the October contest. For this months contest you are to create a Halloween or harvest themed card. I created my card using the Nesting Circles. I covered them with patterned paper and used them along with some foam tape to give more dimension to the cardstock sticker.
My third and final project that I am sharing today was created for the October challenge. For this months challenge you are to use a tic-tac-toe grid as inspiration. I chose to use the actual grid design as my source of inspiration and I used this to determine how to place my photos in my photo collage. I used the Baseball player silhouette on this LO and I painted it red and then covered it with red glitter glue.
You still have plenty of time to enter your creations for the October Challenge and Contest for a chance to win some free Magistical Memories chippies!!!
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I am totally loving both Love Bandit and the gorgeous Snowy Serenade!!!
October 20, 2009 8:12 AM
Congrats Diana! Thanks for playing along! Get your contact info to me and I will get your prize package to you!!!!!
I also wanted to thank all of you who stopped by and played along with the Bo Bunny blog hop! I hope you had a great time! And just a little FYI...we might me doing this again sometime in the near future! ;)
Stop by the Bo Bunny blog for all the details and your chance to win some awesome Bo Bunny goodness!
Speaking of their new releases...Have you seen them yet? I am loving them!!! Here are images of the papers and if you want to see the entire new lines just stop by the Bo Bunny website and check them out!
Right now, I think Love Bandit is my favorite, but I also really like Snowy Serenade and Persuasion. So of course, my favorite will probably change as I play with each of them! LOL!!!
Do you have a favorite yet?
To thank you for stopping by, I will be giving away a little prize package of my own which will include some Bo Bunny goodness along with some other fun scrappy supplies! You have until midnight on Tuesday October 20th to leave a comment for your chance to win!
Again, thanks for stopping by and keep on hopping!!!!
Here's a card I created...I think there is a name for this type of card design, but I can't remember what it is! If you know, please feel free to inform me! LOL!!!
And yes, those are peanut M&M's! Yummy in my tummy!!!!
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