Sculptured Flowers

I was invited to join a stamp club with some VERY experienced and excellent card makers. They use products from every company and create masterpieces. (I think I’m way out of my league.) One of the gals taught us this awesome technique and of course I had to adapt it to Stampin’ Up! flowers since she used another source. This is what I came up with…

 

Blue Sculpted Flower 3

It’s tricky to see how the flowers are formed in a photo but each flower and leaf is molded so that it does not lay flat.

Blue Sculpted Flower 2

 

This was another version but I used the leaf from Birthday Blossoms and it looks more like a rose leaf. Also used pearls for the centers.

Sculptured Flowers 1

 

This is really a close up so you can see the crinkle that gives the flower depth.

Blue Sculpted Flower 4

 

I stamped all the flowers and leaves with Memento Tuxedo Black, then colored each with Stampin’ Write Markers and sculptured each.

 

Products Used:

Stamp Sets – Flower Shop, Petite Petals, Birthday Blossoms, Botanical Blooms, Falling Flowers

Ink – Memento Tuxedo Black

Paper – Whisper White, Very Vanilla

Accessories – Pansy Punch, Petite Petals Punch, Botanical Builder Framelits, Stampin’ Write Markers, Pearl Basic Jewels

 

I am now going through the new catalog AGAIN looking for great flowers that will work with this technique. So, keep watching for more sculptured flowers!

Have a wonderful 4th of July and…

Happy Stamping!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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5 thoughts on “Sculptured Flowers

  1. Donna, these flowers and leaves are lovely. Definitely will have to give this a try. Looking forward to seeing more of your sculptured flowers and any other technique tidbits that you can share from your awesome group!! 🙂

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