Here are a few of my creations:
I used light natural colored burlap for all the flowers. I used a variety of different media to color the different burlap flowers. Then on each one, I added center rhinestones using Alene's Tacky Glue (it's clear and it's cheap), more glue and a ring of seed beads. I used a toothpick to add glue on the edges of the petals and dotted on the petals, then shook glitter from the kiddie crafts section at JoAnn's over each flower -- some lightly and some more heavily.
Stamped with a script stamp and sepia ink, then rubbed with a pink cat's eye ink pad. I think I spritzed it with Krylon spray glitter too:
Glimmer Mist from Tattered Angels and a little less glitter.
Fired Brick distress ink and lots and LOTS of Martha Stewart chunky iridescent glitter:
Spritzed with a homemade spray mist (made by combining water, blue food coloring and some pearlized pigment powder in a spray bottle), centered with a Prima flower center and a dusting of fairy dust glitter:
The green flower on the tag below was painted with FolkArt Extreme Glitter acrylic paint in Peridot. The tag is just some scraps, a stamp and some ink:
What am I going to do with the rest of these? I have no idea! but I'd better figure out something because I've made quite a few and probably will make more.
Have a great weekend!