Note about Flower Power class: As of 5/31/20, we’ve raised and sent in $1940.00 for World Central Kitchen from all who’ve paid the $10 for class! Let’s see if we can beat that in June – share the link with your friends!
Some folks think I never totally botch art projects – and that couldn’t be further from the truth! But one thing I do that could be different from YOUR approach to messes: I don’t give up.
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The dark purple flower is the one that had to go through a million transformations…the end result isn’t my favorite card but it’s still very pretty!
The light purple flower did totally different things than I thought, but I love this look!
The leftover circle of Neenah scrap needed just a little embellishing – and I chose a vellum butterfly so I could see the color through it!
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- Mondo Chrysanthemum by Julie Ebersole, Essentials by Ellen Clear Stamps
- Mondo Chrysanthemum by Julie Ebersole, Essentials By Ellen Designer Dies
- Be the Change By Brandi Kincaid, Essentials By Ellen Designer Dies
- Yupo Watercolor Paper Pads, 9×12 White
- White 8 X 10, Ranger Alcohol Ink Yupo Paper
- Lift-Ink Pad, Ranger Alcohol Ink
- MISTI Laser Etched Stamping Tool (8-1/8 X 10-1/2), My Sweet Petunia
- Inks: Ranger Inks
- Pipettes, 200
- Alcohol solutions to create flow:
- 99% Isopropyl Alcohol
- 91% Isopropyl Alcohol is also just fine!
- Blowy tools YES:
- Gocheer Handheld Airbrush
- Compressor/airbrush things needed:
- Compressor about $75 in hardware stores
- OR a regular airbrush gun $19
- Blowy tools meh:
- Bipple or bendy straws – limited usefulness
- Canned air – limited usefulness
- Ranger Blower Tool – limited usefulness