9.24.2009

Grafix + GCD Day 4

Hello everyone! ARE YOU READY FOR MORE FUN IDEAS????

HEAD OVER TO...


To see ALL of their amazing work! Great ready, because it's BEAUTIFUL STUFF!

Sunflower info
Step one)
Take one piece of the Grafix Clear Lay and cut a circle (the size of your choice)
Step Two)
With a craft knife scratch lines all over the circle
Step Three)
Take yellow paint and rub it into the scratches on the circle and then wipe away the extra paint
Step Four)
Paint on brown paint and let dry. Once dry adhere to the flower peddles :)


Super simple right, but fun?!
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~H

15 comments:

  1. Very cool sunflower and great projects!! I can wait for the giveaway tomorrow and to see what fun goodies there will be!! Thanks for a great blog hop!!!

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  2. fun technique!! thanks for sharing :D
    another day of fabulous projects!! still waiting for a few to post today, can't wait to see those too!

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  3. Very interesting technique on the sunflower! I'm thinking you could have used that as a cool stamped image before adding the brown paint. And all the gals on the blog hop have SUCH huge talent and inspiration. Thanks so much.

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  4. Great technique on the sunflower - I will have to try that. A lot of fun and great projects to look at! Thanks for the fun.

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  5. So fun to see all the fun things you guys come up with! So FUN!!!

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  6. What a super idea. Thanks for sharing your creation with us.

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  7. Thanks for the sunflower lesson. ANd thanks for introducting me to all these great new designers. I knew some, but it was great to meet some more. This is why I love blog hops. Otherwise, all this great talent with this great product could go undiscovered.

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  8. Loving this idea! I've never played much with acetate, I didn't even know you could paint it.

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  9. I will have to try this!

    Jennifer Hansen

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  10. 'Learned something new and colorful, too. Thanks

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