Start by gathering your supplies. I used Art Institute Pink Cameo Vintage Glass Glitter and Copper Canyon Opaque Ultrafine, Claudine Hellmuth’s Studio Sticky-Back Canvas, a brayer, non-stick craft sheet, Grungeboard, Tattered Floral Alterations Sizzix Die, scrap white tulle and organza, walnut spray (I use crystals to make my own spray), copy paper, a button and a needle threaded with strong quilt or carpet thread, a tie pin and thimble.
I cut the sticky-back canvas with the Tattered Floral die twice (so I have two of each flower on the die). Next I cut six sets of flowers from the tulle and four sets using from the organza; this is done easily by folding over the fabric and cutting several layers at once. Cut one larger flower from the Grungeboard.
Now the fun begins as I layer the flowers (canvas, tulle and organza) on top of this bottom piece in any order I want – I ran largest to smallest and alternated glitter colors, twisting flowers slightly so petals overlap and fill in the gaps.
Posted by Linda Neff, http://linda-neff.com