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Miniature Heart Garland with DeeDee Catron

How deep is your love?

Hi, it's Baerbel from Germany with my last post as a guest designer this fall/winter 2014. Like my fellow guest design mates I want to thank Faber-Castell for this opportunity. During my latest visit to the area of Nuernberg, Germany, I visited the family castle of Faber-Castell. Yes, there really is a castle! And it is stunningly beautiful. If you ever come to Germany, don't forget to plan a visit.

Asking about how deep your love is comes to a complete different level today. I created custom three-dimensional letters with supplies from my craftroom and some basic supplies from Design Memory Craft Faber-Castell.

Those letters are as deep as craft foam can be if you layer them. So it is up to you this time, how deep this 'love' is.

Please watch my video and learn how to make your own lettering. If you do not own any dies, you may cut letters by hand in a less detailled shape.

 

Thank you for your patience with my language and for spending some time on the Design Memory Crafts blog, it has been a pleasure to me.

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Use the inspiration for Valentines Day or any other occasion to say thanks to a loved one.

After finishing the canvas I added some fancy ribbon to create a nice edge for the canvas and a hanger for my artwork.

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Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® Supplies:

Gesso

Glass Bead Glitter Gel

Bubble Gum Gelatos® Double Scoop®

Red Cherry Gelatos® Double Scoop®

Raspberry Gelatos® Double Scoop®

Other supplies:

glue, craft foam, tissue paper,

brush, canvas, letter dies (Sizzix)

ribbon from May Arts Ribbons

 

While waving goodbye I send you a picture of the Faber-Castell castle. Stay save and creative. Baerbel

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SmokieBR

I like the layers of tissues used to add the texture. So very cool!

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