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Altered Pages + Crafter's Workshop = Great Mixed Media

Hi Gang!
Today I have for you a little sneak peek at an upcoming mixed media flower kit that is available By clicking here.  

 This will consist of papers, tulle, embellishments and detailed instructions for you to make your very own huge paper flower for ANY occasion. 
For my flower I am adding yummy details with The Crafters Workshop Stencil (created by Julie Fei-FanBalzer - Lacy Tiles) and Shimmery Goodness to kick this paper flower up a notch.  
Here we have floral shapes cut from 12 x 12   Halloween Papers.
 Cut this little snip.....
Overlap and glue using PPA glue.  I cannot stress enough how PERFECT this adhesive is for this medium. There really is no other choice! 
After curling the paper, layering with tulle and adding a vintage button we have a beautiful, textural flower that can be used in so many limits!   As mentioned, full details in an upcoming kit........
They are like can't stop at just one............

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