Remember, we all stumble, every one of us. That’s why it’s a comfort to go hand in hand.
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By Nicole Drewniak
For this class, you will need:
1. Punch out several squares of pattern paper using your punch. How many you need will depend on the size of your flower. I used a 1″ punch and used 8 squares.
2. Take your first square and fold back 2 of the corners and glue in the back. Repeat with each square. These are your flower “petals”.
3. Attach each “petal” by gluing each one in the center and attach the next petal. Work your way around in a circular pattern.
Finish your flower by attaching a button for the center (I also used a smaller square under my button as well but it’s not necessary).
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Question of the Day: Do you volunteer at school or for any groups?
Happy Tuesday everyone! This week’s Club House Challenge is this: get out that sticker stash of yours and create a card. Stickers are perfect for this. Easier than stamping and colouring an image, right? So get yours out and get creating!
Please feel free to share your work with us by linking us to your blog in the Reply section. :0)
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Question of the Day: Do you have really wild vivid dreams when you sleep or do you rarely remember them at all?
By Heather (pink heather)
Lets add some sparkle and shine to your next layout!
What you’ll need:
Glue up stamp thoroughly.
Press firmly on the cardstock and lift straight off.
Sprinkle on the glitter. You can press down with your fingers to get a thicker coat. Just be sure not to swipe and wipe it off.
Shake off excess glitter.
Let it sit for a while to set. You can also buy spray sealants to help the glitter stay on your page.
Add some bling…
You can use the same technique on embellishments. I added glittery circles to my flower centers… and more bling.
Here’s my finished sparkly layout…
Unfortunately the glitter doesn’t photograph that well, but it is very sparkly in real life.