Orhids for Fall - Wall Hanger

Hello friends,

Yes, it's me ... !!! It's been a while since my last blog ... !! Just have been busy and life took a different turn for me !! Let's not worry about me.

Hope that you have been busy in your own creative world ... some friends, might not have notice me gone ... haha ... ! Glad to back ...!

Today, I like to share something different, which I created using Scrapbook Stamp Society  beautiful digi image created by artist Mitzi Sato-Wiuff called Shades of Blues which you get if from, Here .

So here is my project :-

  1. Print the image on X-Press blending paper and colour with copic makers
  2. Mount the image on two different colour card (dark brown & light brown)  place the blue bling as water bubble
  3.  Distress the canvas with  Tim Holtz distress pad and place and printed paper on the canvas
  4. Punch a border around dark brown cardstock and bling around using brozne .
  5. Mount the brown cardstock on the printed paper in an angle, placing the image in the centre .
  6. Place the corner on the image and slight under it ..two piece of brown mash.
  7. Place the Orhid on the right hand corner of the canvas on an angle giving and 3D look
  8. Place half Orhid on left hand top corner and two petals in the mid on the image under the green leaves .
  9. The green leaves are cut using felts .
I was quite happy with the result and hope that I do make sense what to do .
The picture is hanging in my dining room ...against the wall .
Materials Used :
Printed paper - Kaisercarft
Brown / Light Yellow cardstock
T/H - Distress ink pad
Brozne Bling
Blue Bling
Felt leaves & stem
Brown mash
Brozne corner
2 large plastic Orhids
M/S border punch
Well frineds ... I really had great fun in creating this project . I am entrying this project in SSS " Everything & Anything Challenge .

Thank you so much for stopping by and taking a peek .

Until we meet again :) have a lovely day ..!




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Rose Andrew