Thursday, June 13, 2013

How to Create Masculine Flowers by Kristin Greenwood

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My Creative Scrapbook Design Team member Kristin Greenwood is sharing her masculine flower-making technique featuring our June Album kit!

Here's Kristin:

"I really wanted to add a few flowers to my layout... I needed them to be masculine since the layout was about my husband and little boy!

I decided to make them with the corrugated paper that comes in the kit!

I traced two of the canvas flowers (that are included in the kit) on the back of the corrugated paper and cut them out.

I distressed the edges with my distress tool.

I ran a colored ink over the top of the flower.

I cut the trim into 4 inch sections.

I rolled the trim and glued it at the end.

I adhered the two layers of the flower together and the trim on top. I also inked the edges with brown ink."

Kristin Greenwood
My Creative Scrapbook Design Team member


Here's Kristin's completed layout using her flowers:

Here's the June Album kit:

and here's more of Kristin's beautiful work using this kit:

Be sure to visit Kristin's blog, here, for even more inspiration.
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