Decor Elements on a Shower Curtain!!!

A Welcome Sign

My friend and downline Kay made this Welcome sign with her Decor Elements and a number of SU accessories and embellshments, isn't is something!!


Here are a couple of close-ups



There is glitter on the Pretties flowers and she also used some Corduroy Buttons for the flower middles.

ETA this from Kay:

I wanted to make something to show to my customers. I wanted to prove that they didn’t have to know anything about stamping to make a beautiful project.

I started with a wooden plaque and lightly sanded it. I painted yellow on the top for a base and the edges blue. I then took a “Stipple brush” with a lighter blue stippling over the yellow and the blue edges. I then stippled a light tan over that. I applied 2 of the Décor Elements white “Flourishes” to the outer edges and the chocolate “Welcome” over the swirls. I took flowers from the “Pretties Kit” and colored them using a stamp pad and “Aqua Painter”. I first smooshed the front of the flowers onto the pad then used the water brush to blend in the colors. I also added some yellow from the stamp pad cover to add color. I used “Crystal Effects” on the flower petals then sprinkled them with “Dazzling Diamonds” glitter. For flower centers I used an assortment of “buttons, rhinestone brads, half pearls, and flower fusion pieces”. I added a little more of the CE and DD glitter on and around the flower centers. I next turned my attention to the leaves wanting to use my “Big Shot”. I cut the leaves out of textured card stock and the “Leaves #2” die. I thought the leaves looked too flat so I used a “Stylus” and made the leaf veins. I took the “Cutter Kit” and distressed the leaf edges. Finally I bent up the sides of the leaves to give them a 3-D effect. I used the Sizzlit die and cut some “Little Leaves” to add to the flowers. To adhere the flowers and leaves to the board, I used “Pop-Up Glue Dots” and “Tombow Multi Purpose Adhesive

Please feel free to leave her some comments as I am sure she would love to read them!!!


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