LJ 902 Black Eyed Susan. I also used the very versatile Matte Paste. Did you know that it takes paste very well? Here is how it was done:
1) Tape the Stencil LJ 902 Black Eyed Susan with Removable Tape over some slightly printed blue paper. Make sure that you tape it all the way around.
2) Use the LM 2010 Paste Spreader to pull Matte Yellow Embossing Paste over the stencil.
3) Remove the stencil and let dry.
4) Put glue over the top of the stems and leaves.
5) Let glue dry until it is tacky. Then, push green flocking over the top of the glue. Let dry completely.
6) Brush off flock.
7) Place glue through the centers of the flowers and attach brown seed beads.
8) Use a craft knife to cut on both sides of one of the flowers.
9) Thread raffia through the flower, tie, and make a bow.
That is it! Simple, indeed. It even falls under this month's challenge--A Blooming Spring. If you make anything that fits this challenge, photograph it and send it to Lynell@Dreamweaverstencils.com. You could win this month's prize! Give it a try.