Hello, and welcome back! Today I have several projects that highlight how you can use the Creped Filter Paper to make a variety of flowers and projects. On this first example (original post here), I sprayed the Creped Filter Paper with Strawberry Slush reinker and alcohol, and then die cut the flowers. They make such a frilly, layered element.
Next up, I stamped the small flower from Secret Garden in Rich Razzleberry, die cut the flowers and then spritzed them with water. I tied White Baker's Twine in the center, and then ruffled the petals a bit. The paper works really well because it adds dimension without being overly bulky...perfect for mailable cards! (original post here)
I have a scrapbook page to share that also features spritzed creped filter paper. I die cut it into flower shapes, wrinkled it up a bit, and then adhered it to my page with a smaller scalloped circl and an In Color Boutique Detail in the center. I was inspired by the decorations from the Stampin' Up! Convention where they had large tissue paper flowers, banners and strings of stitched circles. (original post here)
Well, that is all for today. I'll have more to share on this topic over the weekend, and a sheet to download with all of the techniques that I have shared this week. Thanks for stopping by!