Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Flower Soft

Hello everyone. I hope that you are taking advantage of these wanning days of summer. If you have not gotten out your camera, please do so. You will be able to document the swift changes that will take place in the next few months. How about taking a photo of yourself/your family in front of the same tree for the next four seasons. If you print them out in B/W you can color them in using chalks and a wonderful new product called Flower Soft.

If you haven't checked out my newest video on YouTube see the section to the left or go to FlowerSoftRetreatDay1 to get more background information.

Here is a Christmas card topper that I decorated using the Vintage Christmas and the super sparkly Polar White from the Diamond Glaze collection.

Attempting photographs with this product is a bit tricky but I have also tried different angles. Here it looks as if the ivy vines are floating on the page. Pretty neat. I really like the 3-D look you get when using flower soft.

The range of colors available is incredible. There is something to meet every need.
When you go to place your Flower Soft order for this incredible product at: http://www.cutterscreek.com/
and use "5 FREE BAGS" in your coupon code box; you will have the empty bags ready to fill with your Flower-Soft and be well on your way to getting and remaining organized. Use a slick writer to make sure the name is permanent on your bags. Then your 20 and 30ml containers could be used to house those hard to control brads and eyelets.

To the right is where I enhanced the bells with more Vintage Christmas and some Polar White along with a bit of white glitter. Of course I could not resist pulling out my Sakura metallic pens and also my Fiskars red glitter pen. It is those small touches that really makes your work stand out.

I am having a load of fun playing with this product. It is nothing like embossing powder. It easily pours from and back into your bag with no waste. I would suggest that you allow the product to set in between color usage and start with the Polar White first. You really want to keep this pure white. I also created a little bag of 'leftovers'. When cleaning my area any flakes that I missed go into that bag and I can use them on a wildflower topper. See, waste not whatsover.

Please keep inking in the name of love.
Until then.


  1. thanks for doing the video, I look forward to more! you are SOOOOO talented.

  2. thanks for all the awesome ideas,I have alot of nestabilities & now thanks to you many more ways to use them that I had never seen before!! Jean Heming

  3. Thank you ladies, I seriously enjoy playing with my toys. Glad you could find a bit of inspiration.