Monday, February 16, 2015

Sunflower...

Today I have a project I made using a couple of the new mediums from IMAGINE Crafts....Radiant Neon Amplify! and StazOn Studio Glaze.



So to start off I trimmed my pattern paper (ClubScrap.com) to size.  I then drew several stems using Memento Dual Tip Markers.

I then took the Electric Yellow Amplify! and drew various size lines around an imaginary circle.  You could trace a circle if desired but I wasn't too worried about it being perfect.  I repeated this step twice more so I had 3 sunflowers in total.


Time for the magic...heat the Amplify! with your heat gun to puff it up!  I love this part, it's so much fun to watch it grow and bubble.


And here's how it turned out....  LOVE all that dimension!!!


Next I filled the center of each sunflower with Spiced Chai StazOn Studio Glaze.  This stuff is great, it dries to a translucent finish.  (which is why I used the pattern paper)


Once the glaze has dried you can finish off your card.  I did so by stamping a sentiment from Chapel Road Artstamps - "Sun Flower - Turn your face to the sun and the shadows fall behind you."  Perfect I think.  The finished panel was mounted on more CS cardstock - all from the Trees kit.



Supplies:
IMAGINE Crafts/Tsukineko: Radiant Neon Amplify!; StazOn Studio Glaze; Memento Dual Tip Markers; Memento Tuxedo Black
ClubScrap.com: Trees Kit
Chapel Road ArtStamps - Large Sunflower
Heat Tool; Adhesive; Trimmer

6 comments:

  1. That looks like a lot of fun Roni! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. that Electric Yellow Amplify is awesome. Will be adding that to my wish list.

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  3. Gorgeous card! Great texture! Loving that Amplify!

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  4. Oh these sunflowers are amazing!! I hadn't even heard of Amplify (i don't thnik anyways) and now I really need some! I just love that texture and seemed easy enough too; love easy too! Thanks, Roni.

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  5. OMGosh- you sold me!! I have to get some amplify!! So very neat! I love your sunflowers Roni!

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