Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Where else can you put Flower Soft?

Yes, on paper is a great choice but it is fun to see what other kinds of things can be enhanced with an accent of Flower Soft, whether it is for a card, a scrapbook layout or some other craft project. The Flower Soft design team is hosting a focus on unusual ways to use Flower Soft. I used the Unscripted sketches #51 for my inspiration.
I pulled out one of my Prima silk flowers. I love to use silk flowers on cards and adding to this one with some Ultra Fine Flower Soft in Raspberry Fizz was a really fun and successful experiment. All I was to use my Aleene's Tacky Glue and apply some of that to my flower. I didn't coat all of the flower, I wanted to put the focus on the middle of the flower and then out into the middles of each petal. Again, remember to use this particular glue for the best results and remember to be generous on how much glue you use.
The sketch for Unscripted Sketches gives the impression of torn paper but instead I used a piece of this lace paper to go across my card. The background cardstock behind the lace piece is BRAND NEW from Core'dinations, the collection is called Core Amour. This collection comes with embossed designs in it, the impressions are discovered when you sand the cardstock.
This close-up gives you a great glimpse of how the Ultra Fine Flower Soft looks in the middle of the flower.
My card base is a piece of Black Magic Core'dinations. The beauty of this collection is it is black on the front side and a color on the backside. I used a piece with pink on the backside so that it brought out the pink flower on the front. PLUS, when I sanded the edges of the card, the pink core was exposed making it all match even more.
Be sure to check out the other team members blogs for more inspiration.
Thanks for visiting, Linda (lbpost)

I LOVE YOU SO MUCH card
Materials list:
Ultra Fine Flower Soft – Raspberry Fizz

Tacky Glue – Aleene’s®
Cardstock – Core Amour and Black Magic/Core’dinations
Lace paper – KI Memories
Button – PaperTrey, Inc.
Silk Flower – Prima
Sticker sentiment - SRM
Sandpaper

14 comments:

Rose Ann said...

Love the pink and gray...and your flower looks so pretty with the Flower Soft added, Linda!!

Marlene said...

FANTASTIC idea!!! Thanks for this...I am eager to give it a try!

Liz said...

Love the touch of flower soft great take on the sketch thanks for playing at unscripted

Sandie said...

I am going to try this! Thanks for the inspiration.

Jacque said...

What a lovely card, Linda!! The use of Flower Soft on the flower is just beautiful!!! And the colors you have selected are just stunning!! Hugs...Jacque

Summerthyme Studio said...

This is adorable!!!!

Vicki

Cheryl Nelson said...

You are so clever! fab idea! love it!

Elisa K said...

You make me want to go out and buy a container of flower soft. I have stayed far far away from it as it looks like it's not my kind of thing but girl you simply made it my kind of thing. LOL

Hugs
Elisa K

Fuzzy Slippers said...

Fun way to use flowersoft!!! Thanks for the inspiration! :)

TraceyT said...

This is such a great color combo!! Thanks for the tips.

Caryl P said...

What a great use of the flower soft, thanks for the inspiration. Thanks for playing along with Unscripted sketches, I love your interpretation.

Sarah Mullanix said...

LOVE the pink core...what a great color combo!!

Linda Rodriguez said...

You are always so full of great techniques and so inspiring! Beautiful effect on the flower - cool!

Casey Wright said...

This is beautiful - I've never tried out flower soft - so I'm going to have to give it a go! Thanks for the inspiration!