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Fabulous Foamiran Flowers

Hi Lovelies,

We have been having so much fun at the shop lately making these stunning foamiran flowers!
They turned out beautifully so we just had to share them with you!


These lovely flowers look amazing and are actually so simple to make!


All you need to make these flowers is the fantastic new Couture Creations Foamiran, your favourite flower die, a heat tool, stamens and inks if you wish. The Foamiran sheets make flower making and absolute breeze, as all you need to do is heat and scrunch to form these beautiful flowers!


We added stamens to secure the petal layers together and add some delicate detail to the centre. We have a large collection of these sweet little stamens in-store so you're sure to find some that suit your project!



The fun part about creating your own flowers is getting to customise the colour completely. We used a selection of Tim Holtz Inks to create some gorgeous soft and vibrant flowers.



Once you try making these flowers you won't be able to stop! Add them to your cards, journal covers, layouts or make an entire wreath to hang in your home!


These flowers are the prefect excuse for the indecisive kind to use ALL your flowers dies. No need to choose just one die as these look lovely mixed with varied sizes and shapes.





You'll be sure to have a wonderful time creating these flowers and adding them to your projects! If you need any help or supplies to make them, come down to the Scrap N Patch as we would love any excuse to make some more! 


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