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Shabby Springtime Floral Pin

Shabby Springtime Floral Pin

Materials List

By Tim Holtz

Instructions

1. Print desired artwork on to Sticky-Back Canvas using an ink-jet printer.

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2. Remove canvas from paper backing exposing sticky-back.

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3. Press canvas on to a sheet of Grungepaper and trim off excess with non-stick Shears.

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4. Die-cut canvas covered grunge, burlap, and cardboard from Tattered Floral and Tattered Leaves Dies using the Vagabond or other die-cut machine.

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5. Peel away the top paper layer from cardboard exposing corrugated.

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6. Paint cardboard and burlap pieces using Distress Paint and let dry.

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7. Ink edges of all cut pieces using Distress Ink and Ink Blending Tool.

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8. Curl the petals of the Grungepaper pieces by rolling with your fingers.

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9. Ink any remaining pieces with Distress Ink.

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10. Place largest burlap flower on cork and apply a drop of hot glue to center.

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11. Press a clutch pin through the center of the burlap into the cork.

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12. Begin adhering various cut pieces using hot glue working from large to small.

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13. Continue adhering cut pieces with hot glue by stacking and layering.

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14. Adhere an Accoutrement button in the center of the flower with hot glue.

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15. Scrunch together all layers to create added dimension to adorn your project.

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