long fasteners (included in the ornate plates package)
4 small jump rings
1) Adhere cut chipboard that is cut to fit into the center opening of the ornate plate with liquid adhesive after covering it with your choice of paper, ink, etc.
2) Punch flowers from the grungepaper.
3) Ink flowers with Distress Ink using an ink blending tool or your fingers.
4) Shape petals by rolling them between your fingers.
5) Pierce through center of the larger grungepaper flowers.
6) With flowers on piercing tool, pierce through chipboard to position and remove from pick.
7) Insert long fastener through smaller foliage, then through large grunge flowers and then through chipboard. Secure fastener.
8) Pierce through center of smaller grungepaper flowers.
9) With flowers on pick, pierce through chipboard to position and remove from pick.
10) Insert mini fastener through smaller grunge flowers, then through large foliage and then chipboard. Secure fastener.
11) Insert long fasteners through the holes in the ornate plate.
12) Attach link chain to ornate plate using 4 small jump rings, using 2 rings to secure each end of the chain to the frame.
13) Apply a small amount of adhesive to the back of the brads for extra security.
Thanks to Tim Holtz for encouraging his students to share his vision. He is simply fabulous!
Also, thanks to Janet Paz for sharing her photography with me!
Check back next week for Project 2!