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Fancy This: 100% Cute layout & Paper Flower

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Hello everyone! I got excited very much when Fancy Pants' new products were open to the public. I was especially glad because there were the flowers in new release. I love flowers! I made a large flower that matched to those new release flowers, and I want to share the procedure for making the layout that uses it.

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Fancy Pants Supplies:
It's the Little Things: Bird Cage patterned paper
It's the Little Things: Feathered patterned paper
It's the Little Things: Shuffle patterned paper
It's the Little Things: Rub-ons
It's the Little Things: Glitter Cuts
It's the Little Things: Journal Embellishments
It's the Little Things: Design Embellishments
It's the Little Things: Buttons
It's the Little Things: Chipboard Elements
It's the Little Things: Chipboard Banners
It's the Little Things: Trim
Artist Edition: Chipboard Alphas Black
 
Other Supplies:
sewing machine
needle and thread
flower shape - die cut, punched or hand cut
leaves shape - die cut, punched or mask
black ink and ink blending tool
black acrylic paint
pencil
dry and liquid adhesives
foam adhesive
masking tape

Instructions:
1. Rub-ons are cut according to the size of each button and then applied to the buttons.
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2. Cut or punch 2 flowers from patterned papers. (I cut these flowers on my die cutting machine.) Those flower are made wrinkled. 
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3. Two paper flowers are overlapped and attached together with adhesive. Then, the trim is adhered to the center of the flower with liquid adhesive.
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4. Let's sew a button with a needle and thread in the center of the flower. The flower is completed.
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5. The patterned papers for the base are cut, and embellishments and the photos are put in place temporarily while confirming the balance of the layout.
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6. Lightly draw the string of banners where you would like them to be, using a pencil. This line is sewn back with the sewing machine.
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7. Die cut of leaves shape (or a mask) is fixed on paper with the masking tape. Next, paint a black color around the leaves with ink.
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8. A black acrylic paint is painted on hard paper and is used to paint on the edge of the patterned papers.
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9. The lines that were drawn with the pencil is sewn and the edges of paper are sewn. (I dared to sew the edge of paper coarsely.)
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10. I then glued the photographs and paper and embellishments together and the layout is complete!
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Because It's the Little Things line is not too sweet, I think it's suitable also for boys layout. I hope you enjoy it. Thank you for stopping by.

YukaHino
-Yuka Hino

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