Hi everyone Steph Ackerman here with a DIY Pink-a-licious Door Hanger. What little girl wouldn’t love to have her own pink-a-licious door hanger?
I started with a chipboard shaped door hanger in a dingy color and painted Gesso over the chipboard. I wanted the final colors to really stand out and Gesso would allow me to do that.
I dabbed Berry Crafter’s Ink on the door hanger, then used a baby wipe to blend the ink until the door hanger was covered.
Using the Basket 1 stamp with Canyon Crafter’s Ink, I repeatedly stamped it on the door hanger.
Using Evergreen and Deep Woods Crafter’s Inks, I randomly swiped the ink pads onto white card stock.
Once dry, I die cut the leaf spray. I also die cut the scalloped circle that fit the door hanger opening.
The flowers were first inked with Berry Crafter’s Ink and then spritzed with water so the ink would spread into the flowers.
Using Beacon Adhesives Tacky Glue, I adhered the leaf spray and layered the flowers on top.
I also adhered the flowers around the opening.
This is such a sweet project to create and beautifully done with Ann Butler Crafter’s Inks by Clearsnap.
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Ann Butler Design’s Products used:
- Spellbinders Dies
- Die cutting machine
- Petaloo Flowers
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