This is a “fiddly” project. I am an impatient person and this took quite a long time to do. Punching the scrap paper is quick and painless. LOL
My steady hands for taking photos began to suffer as I progressed, so please forgive the blurred photos.
I separated each type of flower in a pan I am using as the “assembly” station for the various punched items. I tried to shape them a bit with the stylus tool on a mouse pad. Meh, they are no longer flat.
Using a paper piercing tool and a brad to hold the pieces together….I selected three flowers, layered them, then drove the piercing tool through the centers. This makes the hole for a brad to complete the assembly.
I refer you back to the first photo of the assembled flowers. Fiddly! They look pretty good though.
I had quite a number of the smaller punched flowers left over. Heading for the “Bling” cupboard in my room I brought out my SELDOM used half back rhinestones and pearls. Each time I go to Michaels I stroll along their $1 and $1.50 bins. Shiny stuff always ends up in my basket. When I get home with it I always as myself “What the HECK were you THINKING?!”
Hey, today I get to use up some of my half back rhinestones and pearls that have been hanging around for a number of years.
I am getting quite an assortment of coordinating embellishments to go in the Envelope Mini with photos. I don’t know when that will be happening.
Well, this is all for today.