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This project started with the Deflecto 5x7 Bevel Edge Frame. It creates a lovely, floating look.
To make the fern, I pasted the Maidenhair Fern Stencil with Matte Black Paste on some light yellow card stock. After it dried, I replaced the stencil and pasted with the Crackle Paste. I needed both the Dreamweaver Palette Knife and the Dreamweaver Paste Spreader for this project because the image was too large to paste effectively with just the palette knife. I let the crackle paste dry completely before I colored it with my Chameleon Marker in Spring Meadow. Then, I carefully cut around the pasted image, leaving just a little card stock in the center sections to hold the fern together.For the dragonfly, I coated the back of the Dragonfly Stencil with a Versamark Ink Pad. I then placed it, coated side down, on some Double Sided Mounting Paper. I pressed some Heidi Swapp Minc Foil in green and holographic silver over the stencil. I used the Small Embossing Tool to really rub it into the sections that I wanted it. After I foiled it as well as I could, I removed the foil and rubbed a little Micro Black Glitter over the project. I brushed the excess away with a Large Stencil Brush. I then placed it upside down on a flat surface and very carefully pulled it from the stencil. I covered the whole thing in White Pearl Ultra Fine Glitter. Then, I carefully cut out the dragonfly.
I placed the picture into the frame. Then, I cut up one of the embossed ferns. I glued all of the fern pieces onto the frame with Zip Dry. Then, I peeled the backing off of the Double Sided Mounting Paper and adhered it onto the frame.
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