Hello Spring! Daffodils, tulips, bunnies, green grass, fluffy clouds that's what Spring is all about to me. But most of all it is the refreshing of the soul. March's Inspiration Box "Bunnies and Blossoms" was the perfect way of creating a one of a kind center piece to celebrate Spring!
To start this project I took a egg shaped wooden piece and did three coats of white acrylic paint to cover it. Next I took Thermoweb - Purple Tape and Set The Scene , and using Blenders created the cloud background and grass with the Surface Ink - Rock Candy, Sea, Cabbage and Jurassic.
After finishing the cloud background I used my Wagner Heat Gun. This allows the clouds to not mix their colors with the grass colors and turn to mad. The Surface Ink are permanent virtually on any surface once they have been heat set.
Next I took my Mandala - Weatherstaff and cut to the size I wanted with my Fussy Cutting Scissors. To get the white enamaled look simply take the Embossing Ink and emboss with Embossing Powder - Alabaster. To adhere this the Brutus Monroe Glue is the perfect choice.
For the Bunny Wood Cuts I put the Brutus Monroe Glue on both the Deco Foil Flock - White and the bunny waited 30 seconds, once it became tacky and then using a brayer on top for a smooth finish. Using the February Stencil of the Month I applied Chroma Glaze - Pearl and let air dry.
I stamped out the Stamp of the Month for March and colored with Style File Markers and covered the flower part with some clear Nuvo drops. I used Raven Detail Ink for the stamping and the distressing of the background scrapbook paper behind the photos. The little bunnies were from the March's Inspiration Box "Bunnies and Blossoms" called "Some Bunny" Stamp Set.