A card with Flower Soft and The Graphics Fairy
Originally, I was thinking I’d title this post, “My son the human backdrop.” This is why…
I cropped most of him out (poor son one), but I needed to take these last pictures outside because it was too dark inside. Plus, it was windy, so I couldn’t put the card down. Thanks dude!
This is the urn image from The Graphics Fairy that I used. The larger one is the wallet size and the smaller is the contact sheet size. Could there please be a happy medium? Not today.
I went with the smaller size, since I was making a note card. I printed it out on vellum and embossed it.
I cut it out and ran it through my Xyron sticker maker. This went onto black card stock, and then onto my white note card.
It’s Flower Soft time! First, I drew very thin lines of glue, and sprinkled Ultra Fine Flower Soft (pine) onto these “branches.” This type is much less chunky than the original Flower Soft.
I put dots of glue all over the branches, as well as around them. I chose Flower Soft in Heather for the bulk of these buds. It comes packed in a jar, and you fluff it up a bit before you sprinkle it over the glue. I filled in with the Pale Green color. See how much “chunkier” it is?
Here’s a closer shot. Don’t you love the dimension of this stuff? I have done other projects with Flower Soft in the past, and if you have any questions–please ask me! I could totally be a Flower Soft representative…Hello…Flower Soft?