All you have to do in order to be in the drawing is leave me a comment on this post telling me what you like or dislike about Flower Soft and post about my give away on your blog.... Easy as that!
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Winner will be chosen by Random Generator on July 4th and posted to my blog by 8AM July 5th. Good Luck!
The pots I have are 20ml so I am dividing into 10ml pots to give you a chance to use Flower Soft. If you have never used it, it will give you a chance to "use before you buy" and if you have used it before hopefully it will incease your supply. Also included will be 4 Flower Soft Toppers, 2 of each design that I have used in my cards and glue. I tried to find the actual Flower Soft glue, but my store was out of it, so I went online looking for glue only to find out that Flower Soft glue is made by Aleene's Tacky Glue. I am including a small bottle of that (it works just like Flower Soft Glue) and 6 pots of Flower Soft that I have used in the cards below and 1 vial of sparkly glitter. The colors of Flower Soft are: Sunshine Yellow, Raspberry Fizz, Polar White, Lavender, Christmas & Sand... Picture will be later in the post.
Next up is an easel card, using a WOJ stamp, which I colored with copics. The background window was cut using the cricut wild card cartridge. I then added flower soft to her bouquet.
This next card is made using a Flower Soft image. I simply added flower soft to the flowers that I wanted to stand out and then while the glue was wet I added a sprinkling of glitter to add some sparkle and shine. I love how it turned out and I wish my picture were better so you could actually see what just a little bit of glitter will do to it.
Last but not least is another WOJ image that I stamped, colored with Copic Markers and then added glitter to her entire gown. I used the gold spica at you glitter pens to high light the trim on her dress and ribbons. Next I added Christmas mix Flower Soft to the top of the lantern and to the bow on her dress.