Flower Soft

August 3, 2008 at 6:51 pm 2 comments

Every once in awhile, you want your stamped images to have a little dimension, or texture to them.  There are a number of ways to achieve this – glitter, flock, embossing powder – and now Flourishes has given stampers another option – Flower Soft.

Flower Soft is acid free, non toxic material that you sprinkle over an area where you have applied tacky glue.  I used it to create this card.

I stamped the topiary, from the Siberian Iris set by Flourishes, in olive and cocoa on watercolor paper.  Then I put small dots of tacky glue on the topiary ball, around the top of the pot and at the bottom of the pot.  From here all you need to do is sprinkle the Flower Soft product over the glued areas, Vintage Christmas color blend was used here, and let dry!!  The hardest part was choosing which color to use as there are so many!  This topiary could have been done with the Spring Mix color and had a different look!

To finish off the card, I used red and green papers, embossed a white panel with a cuttlebug snowflake folder, added ribbon and a red rhinestone.

Here is a closer look at the details.

 

To see a short video tutorial on how to use Flower Soft, click here!!

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Entry filed under: Flourishes Designs, Tool and Product Talk.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Janine  |  August 4, 2008 at 9:34 am

    Beautiful and thanks for the tutorial!!

    Reply
  • 2. Velta  |  August 4, 2008 at 11:30 am

    I saw the tutorial on the Flourishes Blog…what great stuff you have here!! This is going to be perfect for Summer, Spring, Fall, Winter, Christmas, Valentines, Easter…Oh well, guess that Flower Soft will be perfect everywhere 🙂

    Reply

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