Super Simple Flower Sculpting

I had so much fun with the little flower dies from the Spellbinders Petite Floral Potpourri set that I kept making flowers… I have LOTS of them. (You’ll see what I mean in upcoming projects. 😁) I paired them with the Happy Anniversary Vignette die set, also from Spellbinders, to make a beautiful anniversary card with sculpted flowers. I grabbed some 6mm thick fun foam, a ball stylus and did some super simple sculpting. You can see in the video how easy it really is. Click the green button below to watch.

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Supplies are listed in the order that I use them in the video.

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Hugs, Michelle

2 thoughts on “Super Simple Flower Sculpting

  1. Hi Michelle, Hope you are well. I love this video! The link to the embossing folder does not work. Can you provide more information so I can look for it online?

    Thank you,
    Melanie in Buckeye, AZ.


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