Fall Flower,

CardMaker - - Contents - De­sign by Sharon M. Rein­hart

1. Form a 41/4 x 51/2-inch card from orange card­stock.

2. Cut a 21/2 x 51/8-inch piece from pur­ple card­stock; em­boss us­ing embossing folder. Ad­here to brown card­stock; trim a small bor­der. Ad­here to card front.

3. Cut a 25/8 x 25/8-inch piece from pur­ple card­stock. Ad­here to orange card­stock; trim a small bor­der. Ad­here to brown card­stock; trim a small bor­der. Ad­here to card front as shown.

4. Cut a 21/2 x 21/2-inch piece from pur­ple pat­terned pa­per; ad­here to chip­board. Place sten­cil on top of chip­board square. Ap­ply mod­el­ing paste to open­ings in sten­cil us­ing pal­ette knife or an old gift card. Spread evenly, re­mov­ing ex­cess and re­turn­ing to jar. Set aside to dry.


Card­stock: The Ja­panese Pa­per Place (orange li­nen); Michaels Rec­ol­lec­tions (shim­mer berry); Bo-Bunny Dou­ble Dot (choco­late flour­ish) Bo-Bunny Au­tumn Song 6 x 6 pa­per pad Clearsnap Chalk ink pads: ch­est­nut roan, burnt si­enna, ma­roon, yel­low ochre 12 inches 1/4-inch-wide sheer brown rib­bon Wine self-ad­he­sive rhine­stone 21/2-inch chip­board square Cri­cut Script Tex­ture embossing folder (#37-1152) Sizzix Big Shot die-cut­ting ma­chine Brown metal­lic paint Liquitex mod­el­ing paste Cray­ola white Model Magic Acrylic stamp block The Crafter’s Work­shop Art Is sten­cil Plaid En­ter­prises Mod Podge® Mod Molds: Flow­ers Craft sponge Pal­ette knife or old credit card Mis­ter bot­tle Non­stick craft sheet Pa­per tow­els Tom­bow liq­uid glue Scor-Pal 1/8-inch-wide dou­ble-sided tape

5. Cre­ate flower by plac­ing a small ball of Model Magic into mold. Press down us­ing fin­gers and flat­ten evenly us­ing acrylic stamp block. Gen­tly rub from out­side of de­sign to inside of de­sign in or­der to re­lease any ex­cess medium around edges. Bend mold to re­lease flower. Place on non­stick craft sheet to dry.

6. Once mod­el­ing paste has dried, lightly sponge burnt si­enna ink over raised script.

7. Wrap rib­bon around chip­board panel; tie in a knot. Ad­here to card front.

8. Once flower has dried, be­gin with light­est color of ink and ap­ply inks and a small amount of paint us­ing sponges and/or fin­gers to color. Note: To aid in the blend­ing of the color, lightly mist or dab with wa­ter then gen­tly blot up ex­cess. Do not rub flower while wet. Al­low color to dry. At­tach rhine­stone. Ad­here flower to card front us­ing liq­uid glue.

Dec­o­rate inside of card as de­sired.

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