To begin I adhered the foil tape to a piece of grunge paper then die cut.
I added texture by dry embossing each layer of the flower.
To add color and depth, I dabbed on alcohol inks allowing each color to dry prior to adding the next.
Allow ink to dry, adhere layers together then adhere button to center.
Once I had the flower embellishment made, I decided I wanted more so I repeated the steps mentioned above and created a few more flowers to embellish my wall hanging with.
To tone down the shine of the metallic foil flowers, I dabbed on white acrylic paint.
I love the texture and dimension that is created simply by using an embossing folder and a few alcohol inks. I hope you enjoyed my tutorial today and hope I’ve inspired you to create.
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Thanks to Mona for showing us how she built those incredibly dimensional and amazing foil flowers. They certainly are dotty – and great inspiration for this week.
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