Let Jean inspire you with another one of her fresh and fun floral designs!
In this tutorial Jean beads just some of the flower petals to create the multi dimensional Gerbera Daisy shown above. Below are her easy to follow step by step instructions.
Clear and Lettuce Green micro beads
Stamps: Li’l Davis Designs, The Angel Company
Scallop Circle Nestabilities
Tuxedo Black Ink
Cardstock: Stampin’ Up!
Patterned Papers: K & Company
Pink Sheer Ribbon
Copic Markers: B21 Baby Blue, B24 Sky, YG23 New Leaf, YG25 Celadon Green
Finished Card size is 5 ½ x 5 ½. Cut patterned paper slightly smaller. Attach to card front.
Cut a scallop circle in white and a size bigger in blue. Stamp the white piece with a Gerbera Daisy. Color with Copics. Stamp the daisy again on a white scrap piece. Color only the flower and cover with O’So Sticky Tape sheet. Cut out flower from sticky sheet removing some of the petals. (This allows the other flower to show through)
Cover Completely with clear beads. Bend petals slightly and attach over full daisy.
Use a glue pen on bottom part of leaves and cover with lettuce colored beads. Let dry. Attach flower circle to blue circle and to front of card.
Add a pink ribbon and stamped metal tag.
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I was first struck by the color blue and the Gerbera daisy! Two of my favorites! This is a wonderful use of the beads and your result is beautiful.ReplyDelete
Wow! Very pretty! The colors are great.ReplyDelete
What a neat technique
I really like the dimension created by trimming some of the petals from the top daisy before beading and layering it over the base. Great idea Jean!ReplyDelete