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  • Trish Anna

    Fast and easy pearl flourishes - tutorial by SIMPLY PAPER - Great to know! for #altered #art #mixed #media #scrapbooking #papercrafts #paper #crafts - tå√

  • Shayla Kennedy

    Great idea for any image.... pearl flourishes using flourish stamps, versamark, and pearl paint. simply use a flourish stamp and a watermark ink pad, stamp the design and then use it as a guide to follow along with pearl paint.

  • QueniaY

    Easy handmade pearl flourishes - "I simply use a flourish stamp and a watermark ink pad, stamp the design and then use it as a guide to follow along with pearl paint. Ranger liquid pearls or usually any fabric paint will work - just test the brand on a scrap to ensure it doesn't bleed, I have heard some brands can (but it has never happened to me before). You can also gently tap the underside of the paper to flatten the paint dots if you want rounded "pearls" without peaks." - bjl

  • PaperBunny Designs

    Handmade Pearl Flourishes - what a cool idea!

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Oh my word! I am so doing this ASAP! I have so many rolls of ribbon leftover from Diaper Cakes and other craft projects and I never know what to do with them.

Easy handmade pearl flourishes - "I simply use a flourish stamp and a watermark ink pad, stamp the design and then use it as a guide to follow along with pearl paint. Ranger liquid pearls or usually any fabric paint will work - just test the brand on a scrap to ensure it doesn't bleed, I have heard some brands can (but it has never happened to me before). You can also gently tap the underside of the paper to flatten the paint dots if you want rounded "pearls" without peaks." - bjl

Brilliant idea! I have so many of the flourish stamps to chose from. Good to have another use for them.

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