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Friday, February 14, 2014

This weeks Tutorial Time

is brought to us by Lis. The technique is Faux Flowersoft. It was easy to do,
 fun and you get great results with it. All you need is a sponge and a blender
and the patience to wait a little while, that was the hardest part.
While doing it I bought a package of different colored sponges
so I made the orange, yellow, purple, blue and green for
future use on flowers and whatever may need some texture..
 You can find the Tutorial Here. I used mine for the centers of my dogwood 
blossoms and I like how it really does look real. You have to give this one a try!
The base is a peach SU paper and the next layer is a piece of glassine paper 
I used some inks on to distress. After stitching on I distressed the edges 
some more. The next piece is a scrap I used. My image is from the
 Dogwood Set, stamped and colored then cut with a Spellbinder
 Romantic Rectangle. It was foam dotted on.The Birthday sentiment is
from the Today Tomorrow and Forever Set and cut 
out with a SU punch.Seemed a little plain so I 
added the shimmery ribbon.



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11 comments:

  1. So pretty Hope you enjoyed making the flower soft...........Lis

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  2. Good job, Davi. Your dogwood blooms are so pretty and the centers look awesome. I really like that peach color you used.

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  3. This card is gorgeous.. Your coloring is awesome my friend. Well done.

    Hugs~

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  4. Hi Davi!! Wow, your creation is so stunning with the floral image and soft colors!! I love it!! Hope all is well with you my friend! HUGS

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  5. This is so beautiful!! The faux flowersoft looks amazing!! The flowers are gorgeous!! Love it!! Happy Valentine's Day :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  6. Oh this is gorgeous Davi, I love the peach colors and that fabulous faux flower soft!! Have a wonderful weekend my friend!
    Hugs, Tammy

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  7. Oh, Davi! This is just sensational!!! So beautiful and I love the color on the blooms. I'll have to check out that tutorial because it really does look like flower soft in the centers! So pretty.
    Lynn

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  8. this turned out so pretty Davi-love the technique you used to created the faux flowersoft-very unique

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  9. Your card is really lovely ... The flowers are so pretty and I like the background paper too!

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  10. This is beautiful, Davi! Love that sheer ribbon. :)

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  11. This card is just too sweet! I love your coloring as always!

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