SPRING FLOWER CUT OUTS. BUY VALENTINE FLOWERS. LOS ANGELES WEDDING FLORIST
Spring Flower Cut Outs
- (cut out) having been cut out; "the cut-out pieces of the dress"
- (cut out) form and create by cutting out; "Picasso cut out a guitar from a piece of paper"
- (cut out) scratch out: strike or cancel by or as if by rubbing or crossing out; "scratch out my name on that list"
spring flower cut outs - EMPIRE White
EMPIRE White with Spring Flowers Rubberized Design Hard Cover Case + Hot Pink 3.5mm Stereo Headphones for AT&T LG Thrill 4G
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Blue and pink Spring flowers
This card is inspired by Shari Carroll's 'Stencil Art' card that was featured on the Hero Arts blog. I've stamped the blue cardstock with a flower stamp and made a feature of one of them with a pink brad. I stamped some more flowers on white card, using two different sizes of the same flower. I cut out the shapes of the flowers across the top of the white card, and then stuck it on. I tried using a butterfly embellishment, but it didn't look right, so I stamped the small flower again on blue card, added a pink brad and attached it with 3D foam. I used one of the stamps from Hero Arts Quatros set LL064 Asterisks for the blue flowers on the backgound. The large stamp on the white cards is Hero Arts E3345 Swirl Bloom, and the matching small one is from the Hero Arts Quatros set LL021 Pop Blossoms.
Cut, turn Inside out and hot glue ~ 2 of 7 photos
...continued from last photo At first, I thought to make her a card, but I am not a "card making person" so I figured I could make her a large piece of free standing art in the same amount of time as a card. I recycled large postal box : took it apart, turned it inside out, and cut the sides into diagonals. I then hot glued this new box together. I like this so much, I think it would work for paintings rather than go buying canvas and wooden stretchers in the future. See next photo....