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Thursday, August 23, 2012

He loves me, he loves me not...

Hi!  Michelle here to show you a little project I created for you today. 
I'm not much of a card maker anymore but I still am completely and utterly in love with paper!
So how fitting for me to use My Mind's Eye Love Me paper. 
I also have this thing with flowers, daisies mostly because they are just so sweet.  I got out my scissors and paper and decided to build myself a flower from scratch. 
Okay, so it's not EXACTLY a daisy, but pretty close if you use your imagination.
Seriously, check out the petals!  Don't they look like tattered fabric?
I just HAD to add some "stitches" with my Copics. 
Each of the petals were created seperately on their own wire which gave them a nice little form once I was done.   I did use the Inkssentials Glue N' Seal which is some amazing stuff!  I had been using Mod Podge for the longest time until I started using this stuff.  It's great because it doesn't leave layers of glue all over my hands so papercrafting is so much more enjoyable.  I also added a second layer to my paper flower and a leaf with vintage book pages which just make me happy.  For the center I used some buttons that I airbrushed with my Copic markers.  Then I used a little Charcoal Twinery to keep the button stack together. 
For the little charm, I used more of the Love Me paper for the background and vintage book words.  Adhering them with Scor-Tape.
Hope you enjoyed my little project for today.  Be sure to come back tomorrow for another fun creation from another eP Designer. 


Margaret said...

This is just so lovely and elegant. Love MME papers. Great job and congrats on the new DT. You'll be fabulous!

Kim said...

Fabulous project Michelle...adore!!!

candacec said...

Adorable project! Love it Michelle!

Rea' said...

Aaah I like that idea, great gift idea for cheering someone up !

Brenda "Disney Girl" said...

Turned out GREAT!

Kelly said...

Cute flower! Love the layers.

Broni said...

I don't know how I missed this post, Michelle! Love the tattered look of the daisy's petals!! Super project!