Tutorial of a Flowering Kind

by admin ~ August 18th, 2014

Hi everyone today it’s my turn to show you a little tutorial.

I’ve chosen to alter a Maddison Flower for you today, turning it into a frilly ribbon.


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First remove the backing felt dot from the flower being careful not to damage the flower.

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Find the split in the fabric and gently pry it open without breaking the cotton holding the flower together.

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Grab a needle and thread and run a single straight stitch right through all the folds making sure you go through everyone, remember to leave extra loose thread at the beginning at the flower. then remove the needle and tie the 2 ends of the thread together.

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Now you can remove the pearl centre at the front and cut the main thread holding the flower in tact, but remember not to cut the thread you have just sewn. gently pull the petals apart removing any glue that you can.

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Using a strong quick drying glue, (I used 450) gather your now open flower to fit across your project and glue down. Once glue is dry you can then cut off any excess cotton thread that is left hanging.

Tip I placed my thread behind the tag when gluing the flower down this left it free to be cut off later.

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You can now continue on decorating your project, in this case I have now created a frilly ribbon across my tag.

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I reused the pearl centre by adding it as a decorative piece along the flower frill.

FWAB products used - Pearls 100 pack in Pearl, Chloe Pearl in Pearl.

Hope you have enjoyed my tutorial.

Tags of Bling with Linda

by admin ~ August 14th, 2014

Hello FWAB fans, I am new to the world of tags.

I’ve been admiring them for some time now and thought it’s about time I give them a try.

“Love” Tag

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FWAB products used – Grace Chocolate

“Love you” Tag

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FWAB products used – Pearls 100 pack in Chocolate and Pearl.

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FWAB cards … by Chloe

by admin ~ August 6th, 2014

Hi everyone!  When I need to make some cards, I like nothing better than to dig into my FWAB stash!

FWAB just adds the right touch to my quick and easy cards!




On the above card I used a FWAB Jasmine Laser Flourish Pale Pink and I love that the photo was able to show the sparkle in this gorgeous flourish!!  I have also used a lovely FWAB Elise Flower – Burnt Orange and popped a number sticker over the top.  There are also some FWAB Adhesive Pearls 100 Pack Teal as well :)


Next is an anniversary card …


I used some of the FWAB Bella Rhinestone Flourishes Black and a gorgeous FWAB Elise Flowers – Black which matched perfectly.


What is your favourite FWAB product to use on cards?


Don’t forget the massive 50% off SALE this month!!!!


The August tic tac toe challenge!!!


by admin ~ August 5th, 2014

Need to stock up on your FWAB?

This month is the perfect month!

There is a MASSIVE 50% off SALE
for AUGUST! 

Shop now!! 



August Challenge

by admin ~ August 1st, 2014

Welcome everyone to the August challenge. Judith here with a FWABulous take on the tic-tac-toe challenge.

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The challenge is to use items from either a column or a row (no diagonals) and include a FWAB product. The FWAB item can be one of your tic tac toe items or extra.

Here is a gorgeous sample from Chloe

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She has  gone with the 2nd vertical line: Wood, Arrow, Button, Flourish.

Chloe used FWAB Jasmine Laser Flourish TealFWAB Grace Pearl Flourish Pewter and FWAB Elise Flowers – cream.

And here is my sample:

IMG_5287I went with the first column: Flower, Washi, Animal and Bow.

I have used FWAB Maddison flower chocolate, and FWAB Trent’s Fence, using the darker coloured fence and one piece of grass which I cut in two.

Hope you can play along!  Please upload your creations to the relevant GALLERY by midnight 31st August to be in the draw to win some fantastic FWAB goodies!!

Happy scrapping :)



July Challenge Winners!

by admin ~ August 1st, 2014

Hi everyone! Amy Prior back again today to announce the winners of my July Scrapbooking Challenge here at Flourish with a Bling.

All the entries were amazing and it was so lovely seeing how you all interpreted the recipe ingredients.

Here was the challenge again…


…and the winner is…


Enjoy Every Minute of Every day by JudyW!!!! Thanks so much for entering Judy your layout is lovely, please contact Maggie at flourishwithabling AT yahoo.com.au to claim your prize!

I also mentioned a special giveaway if you guys also shared your layouts on the FWAB Facebook page but only 1 of the entries did this so congratulations to…


…Pretty and Gorgeous by Amanda73! Thanks for your beautiful entry hun, send me an email to amy_prior AT outlook DOT com and I will send you out a little RAK from me :)

Until next time, happy scrapping!

Amy Prior xx

Do you wanna build a snowman? with Amy Prior

by admin ~ July 31st, 2014

Hiya FWAB fans, Amy Prior back today with a super quick post sharing some recent invitations that I made with a Frozen theme. My dear friend’s daughter was turning 5 and of course, like many girls, she just adores the Frozen movie and wanted a themed party.

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I have created this invitations using my Silhouette Cameo machine along with some Bazzil Bling Cardstock and Flourish with a Bling Individual Pearls in White plus Black & Flourish with a Bling Rhinestones in Silver. I also added some snowflake sequins that I had in my stash and they really finished the card off nicely.

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Thanks so much for stopping by and don’t forget that my challenge here on the Flourish with a Bling blog finishes tonight so get your entries in!

Until next time, happy scrapping!

Amy Prior xx

Timeless Moments by Tracey Fowler

by admin ~ July 30th, 2014

Good Morning Everyone,

 Tracey here with you today, and I have a layout that I would like to share with you.

I have used the BEAUTIFUL FWAB Chloe Pearl Flourish Pearl and

FWAB Adhesive Pearls 100 Pack Pearl amongst the flower cluster.

“Timeless Moments”



As I often do, I have cut the FWAB Chloe Pearl Flourish Pearl into pieces and placed amongst my cluster. Although I adore the Flourish as it comes packaged, I also like to make this stunning embellishment fit and suit my project.

 As confetti is a big trend at the moment I like to use the individual FWAB Pearls to get a similar effect.



That is all from me today. If you have been creating with FWAB goodies,

why not upload your projects onto the FWAB Gallery.

We would love to see what you have been creating.

Take Care










Bright & Fun with some added dagginess by Amy Prior

by admin ~ July 29th, 2014

Hi everyone! Amy Prior back with you all today to share a super fun-filled layout using lots of Flourish with a Bling and some added dagginess. Yes I am being a total dag in the photo featured in this layout and my daughter Mia’s reaction is priceless!
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I have used Flourish with a Bling Grace Pearl Flourish in Mango, Teal & Rose Pink plus I have also added some Flourish with a Bling Jack Vines in green for this layout.

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My background white cardstock was given some texture paste dimension using a stencil and I have then painted the texture with random Gelatos and added some Inka Gold over the top in purple.

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I have then ripped roughly along 2 opposite corners of my patterned paper to have the pattern and texture peeking through. I then decided to add another layer of paper ripped and some lace which really helped finish this girlie layout off.

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Lots of gorgeous glimmer, texture and colour on this layout I just am loving it. Getting arty and messy is so much fun and the process is so very therapeutic. If you haven’t tried mixed media yet I definately recommend adding some mess to your layouts and getting creative. Buy a cheap art journal so you can play around with paint on a cheap rippable page before trying it first on a scrapbook page if you are worried.

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Well that is it from me today, thanks so much for stopping by and don’t forget that you can stop by the Flourish with a Bling store right here to purchase any or all of the products that I have used today. Don’t forget to tell your local scrapbooking store that you would also like to see more of the Flourish with a Bling range in their stores!

Until next time, happy scrapping!

Amy Prior xx

Clipboard Art – Tracey Fowler

by admin ~ July 28th, 2014

Hello Everyone,

The boys are back to school, I am over the flu and have been itching to get into my scrap room and create something a little different to what I normally do.I have a pile of old wooden clipboards that I have inherited, and thought that it would be fun to get the spray paint out (along with all my other bits & pieces) and see what I could create with one of them.

I had fun creating the background, spray painting it in white, then sanding the edges and the metal clip to give it a distressed look along with stamping and spraying mists. I found it challenging working with a rectangle space as I am so use to creating with the traditional 30″ x 30″ layouts.


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I  have used two pieces of FWAB goodies.  FWAB Jack Vine Black and FWAB Jasmine Puffy Flourish Black.

I cut the FWAB Jasmine Puffy Flourish Black into 2 pieces and placed them under the photo.

The FWAB Jasmine Puffy Flourish Black  and FWAB Jack Vine Black work well together and can create a fabulous base for your flower  clusters.



I love the kites in the background paper. I was really excited  when I found this chipboard kite amongst my stash. I added some music paper just like the one in the background and coloured the bows using a distress pen and mounted it using foam tape and placed it slightly offset one of the kites in the background paper.





These little bulldog clips are a perfect embellishment to tie in with my Clipboard theme.


I hope that my project will give you some inspiration to try something a little different to what you normally create.

It can feel quite strange and even uncomfortable to go out of your comfort zone but it can also be very rewarding and lots of fun!

Take care and happy scrapping



Kim’s Tutorial for July

by admin ~ July 21st, 2014

Hi All today its Kim on the blog sharing with you a way to use bling and lazer cuts and soften them with some ribbon they do work well together but sometimes they are a bit harsh to look at even stark but by simply threading in some soft ribbon you can soften the whole effect.

Below is my LO and some close up images of the ribbon threaded through the bling and how soft it looks.


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I hope that you have enjoyed this share Kim.

4 & a half – Chloe

by admin ~ July 17th, 2014

Kids grow up so quickly don’t they!  I can’t believe my baby is 4 & a half already!

I went for a boyish/grungy look for this page … lots of layers and bits and pieces …


I used a FWAB Elise Flourish Antique Brown … cut in half to fit on either side of my photo …

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That’s if from me today … don’t forget the July FWAB challenge!


Happy Scrapping :) :)

Natural beauty by Judith Armstrong

by admin ~ July 15th, 2014

Good morning Judith here with another FWAB project to share.  My second project this month is a layout featuring pearls and flowers. I am a keen gardener and have lots of photos of flowers from my garden so decided to create a layout about one of them. To create my background I have used a piece of Blue Fern Studio Ombre Dreams pattern paper which has a delicate pattern printed on it. To this I added some texture paste using a Crafters Workshop stencil and also stamped with a text stamp. I added a photo matted on another piece of Ombre Dreams paper and placed some Blue Fern Studio chipboard.


Then it was time to create my clusters. Here are some close ups.


I have used a FWAB Chloe Pearl Flourish in Pearl which I cut up. Using one part on the bottom cluster and one part on the top cluster.IMG_5120

Both clusters include a mix of flowers but each one has a FWAB flower. For the top cluster I used a FWAB Elise flower in burnt orange.IMG_5119

And in the bottom cluster I have used a FWAB Maddison flower in pink.


I also used some FWAB individual adhesive pearls in pearl. You can see one used as a centre of the small pink flower in the photo above. I also scattered a few around the page.

Thanks for looking.

Judith xx

Everyone is Special canvas by Judith Armstrong

by admin ~ July 8th, 2014

Good morning FWAB fans. This month I thought I’d try something different and do a mixed media canvas and play around with a number of different mediums as well as some FWAB goodness.


To create the background I gessoed a canvas and then  painted stripes of Twinkling H20 paints and normal watercolours paints and blended them with water. I then used 2 different stencils and 3 different mediums: – Viva Decor stone art texture paste,


Shimmerz Dazzelerz texture paste, which I then covered in gesso to tone it down,


 and gel medium


 I then set about creating a sea like scene. I painted some chipboard grasses and adhered them to the canvas. Then I overlaid them with FWAB Chloe Flourishes in blue and purple


 I added some chipboard seahorses coated in Viva Decor Inka Gold Cobalt and added some FWAB individual adhesive pearls in purple along its tail.


 Next I added my own version of the rainbow fish created with sequins.


Finally, I added a quote and my canvas was finished.

Thanks for looking


Giggles with Linda T

by admin ~ July 7th, 2014

Hello FWAB followers.

Today I wanted to share with you a layout that has been made into a scenery rather than just a decorated page, which is my normal style hehe.


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This is such an old photo of my now 14 & 9 year olds doing a touch of gardening.

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Using a small piece of the grass from the  FWAB Lee’s Tree then another piece of grass from  FWAB Trent’s Fence I created a grassy spot under the tree adding a touch of gold metallic paint to blend them, I also added the smallest toadstool from FWAB Taylah’s Toadstools.

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I took the dark brown fence from FWAB Trent’s Fence and cut it in 2 pieces adding one piece to each side of the photo.

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Cutting up a pack of  FWAB Jack Vine Green  I was able to threat pieces of it through the tree.

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Here you can see the overall effect, I even cut the photo slightly to allow the chipboard tree to become one with the photo, so it looked like it was coming out of the garden.

That’s all from me today hope you enjoyed my little garden scene layout

Linda xx

Almost 8 – {Chloe}

by admin ~ July 5th, 2014

I have a little Miss that is almost 8 … it seems like she’s been nearly 8 for a whole year!!  She likes to let us know that she’s not only “7″, she’s “nearly 8″!!

I’m just making the most of her liking her photo taken :)

I followed a fun tutorial for this page … find the original tutorial HERE


FWAB products used:

FWAB Jasmine Puffy Flourish Orange


FWAB Jasmine Laser Flourish Teal



2 x FWAB Maddison Flowers 3pk – Black


Don’t forget to share you creations using FWAB products with us!

Happy scrapping

Chloe xx

July 2014 Flourish with a Bling Scrapbook Challenge hosted by Amy Prior

by admin ~ July 1st, 2014


Hi everyone! Amy Prior back today with the fabulous challenge for Flourish with a Bling this month. This month I have decided to do a recipe challenge but I don’t want you to feel restricted by the recipe so be sure to use the above recipe as the bare minimum and work your way up from there!

The challenge this month is to include a minimum of 1 x FWAB Product, 2 x Other Embellishments, 3 x Flowers, 4 x Patterned Papers & 5 x pieces of confetti/pearls scattered/similar.

Some of our fabulous design team ladies have created examples for you today and we are so excited to see what you come up with. Don’t forget to upload your entry into the gallery and into the correct folder for your chance to win a fabulous FWAB prize pack.

First up we have a fabulous example by Tracey Fowler.


Tracey has used the gorgeous FWAB Antique Gold Chloe Pearl Flourish as well as lots of beautiful FWAB Adhesive Individual Pearls also in Antique Gold.

Next up we have a gorgeous sample by Judith Armstrong.


Judith has used the fabulous FWAB Maddison Flower in black, the FWAB Elise Flourish in black, plus lots of gorgeous scattered FWAB Adhesive Pearls in Red.

Last but not least is an example by yours truly, Amy Prior.

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I have used FWAB Grace Pearl Flourish in White, FWAB Adhesive Pearls in White, plus a FWAB Maddison Flower in Pink.

Thanks so much for stopping by and I cannot wait to see your entries this month.

For an extra chance to win, share your layout on the Flourish with a Bling Facebook Page here & my personal Facebook Page here also and I will give a little gift away to someone at the end of July.

Until next time, happy scrapping!

Amy Prior  xx


by admin ~ July 1st, 2014

A BIG thank you to everyone who played along with my sketch challenge for June.  It’s always lovely to see your creations in our gallery!

However, there can be only one winner … and the FWAB PRIZE PACK GOES TO ….


Thank you for playing along, Gillian, your page is gorgeous!


Please e-mail Maggie at flourishwithabling@yahoo.com.au to claim your prize!

Our July challenge will be posted soon!!  Hope you all can play along this month :) :)



Memories Cherished

by admin ~ June 28th, 2014

Hello FWAB fans, Linda here to share a funky page with off course some bling.

” Memories Cherished”

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Here I have used Rhinestones in Antique brown to decorate the chipboard.


FWAB Maddison flower in chocolate and Elise flower in black both with a touch of gesso.


More FWAB flowers this time Maddison flowers in black and chocolate along with Elise flower in cream.


I used a rhinestone Elise in Antique Brown and cut it in half using half at the top of the flowers.


And the other half off to the side of the flowers.


Thanks for stopping by, hope you enjoyed my layout.

Linda xx

Doing What you Love-Tracey Fowler

by admin ~ June 26th, 2014

Hi Everyone,

I am back again with another layout to share with you. I have to admit that this layout is different to my usual style! I think it is my lack of flowers??

This layout using lots of layers and texture in the  background.

I have used FWAB Jasmine Puffy Flourish and FWAB Adhesive Pearls in Mango.

FWAB Adhesive Pearls 100 Pack Mango

  FWAB Jasmine Laser Flourish Pearl



As I wanted to keep the  FWAB Adhesive Pearls in Mango exactly spaced as they are in the packet I just cut the strip and used some liquid glue that dries clear and adhered the strip on my layout. This was a quick and easy way to line the pearls up.

“Doing What You Love”


Thanks for stopping by, you still have time to make the most of the fabulous sale we have going on.


that’s right ALL of our beautiful products are only $2 each

Just visit our Store and grab yourself a bargain!



A touch of Colour and a Flourish

by admin ~ June 25th, 2014

Hi its Kim again today and am I wanting to share with you all a layout that I just love and I love the way the Jessie Flourish works so well with the grunge look of my layout.

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This is the whole layout I find I tend to cut and re layer the flourish to suit my layouts but with the Jessie Flourish it has 2 extra branches that you can add where ever you want and this is what I have done here.

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Thank you for looking at my blog post I hope it has inspired you to try using the Jessie Flourish.


Dream big by Judith Armstrong

by admin ~ June 24th, 2014

Good morning. Today I have a layout to share with you using some FWAB flowers and bling.

I’m still milking the photos I took on Mother’s Day and have combined my FWAB goodies with Kaisercraft Dream Big patterned paper and collectables.


I created the background using a stencil and texture paste. Then I stamped around the edge with a text stamp and peach ink. Finally, I flicked some teal spray around the outside of the texture paste.

I created a base piece for my photo to sit on using a strip of punched patterned paper and a sticker from the range. Then I matted my photo and placed on this base. I used a chipboard circular frame and then added my embellishments along the bottom. I used a couple of FWAB Elise burnt orange flowers situated amongst some Peterloo botanic flowers. I added some more chipboard and overlaid it with a FWAB Elise Silver Rhinestone Flourish cut up into two pieces. Lastly, I added a few of the Collectables from the range. Here are a few closeups.




Thanks for looking.

Judith xx

My Cheeky Monkey – Tracey Fowler

by admin ~ June 22nd, 2014

Hi Everyone,

It has been such eventful scrapping month since I last posted.  I was fortune enough to go to the Brisbane Scrapbook Expo and help in the classroom with two very talented ladies teaching Angella Peardon and Sonia Thomason.  I had such a fabulous time catching up with many people and meeting many others.  Of course I managed to come home with a few (or many) new goodies and was inspired by all the talent that was on display at the show.

The project I would like to share with you today is a layout that I have created of my younger son.  He really is a “Cheeky Monkey” but has such a fun , easy going personality and is very loveable!

I have used two of  the vibrant FWAB Jessie Flourish Cherry Red.

I have cut the FWAB Jessie Flourish Cherry Red  into pieces as that way I can create the illusion that the flourish is entwined in the cluster.



I have also used FWAB Maddison Flowers 3pk – Chocolate. This flower worked well at a feature of the cluster.


“My Cheeky Monkey”


Don’t forget that you still have plenty of time to grab a real bargain with


that’s right ALL of our beautiful products are only $2 each!

Make sure you visit FWAB Store and stock up on some fabulous goodies.

Happy Scrapping



Funny Bunny

by admin ~ June 21st, 2014

Hello everyone!  These weeks are slipping by so quickly aren’t they!  I am just getting around to scrapping some Easter photos now … here’s one of my cute little nephew in bunny ears:


Isn’t he just the cutest? :)

I have used lots of FWAB on this page:

FWAB Jasmine Puffy Flourish Orange tucked under the photo there … with some

FWAB Adhesive Pearls 100 Pack Teal on top of some of the curves …



Oh yes, I cut the flourish .. here’s the end tucked in the other side of the cluster … :)


Then I used one of the most versatile flowers -

FWAB Maddison Flowers 3pk – White in my cluster … and you’ll see some more FWAB Adhesive Pearls 100 Pack Teal AND … the

FWAB Jasmine Puffy Flourish Teal that I’ve cut in half … one half here on the bottom of the page …


and the other half here at the top …


Love the effect!!

I love cutting my flourishes!!

Don’t forget you can get all these flourishes AND MORE for $2 at our EOFY $2 SALE!!!!!!!!!!  Check it out now!!!! 

And … don’t forget our sketch challenge for June … see all the details here … (you could WIN SOME FWAB!!!!)

Have a happy scrappy weekend :) :)

Shaker card tutorial by Judith Armstrong

by admin ~ June 17th, 2014

Good morning FWAB fans. It’s my turn this month to do a tutorial. I love making interactive cards so I thought I’d share with you a couple of ways of making shaker cards .

Here are the 2 cards I will be showing you how to make.


First I will be explaining how to make the ’16′ birthday card which has the shaker part embedded in the card so that the front is flat.

  1.  For my first card I decided to make a star shaped shaker.  I used 2 different sized Spellbinder nestability dies  but really you just need 2 different sized templates that you can cut out.
  2. Make the base of your card from cardstock such that the larger of the templates will fit on to the front of it easily.
  3. Cut your  foam so that it is slightly smaller than the front of the card but still large enough for the larger shape to fit on. Cut out the larger shape from the foam. I used 2 pieces as I was adding beads for the shaker and it needed to be quite deep. Also my foam was fairly thin. Glue the foam together if using more than 1 sheet.
  4. Cut a square piece of patterned paper to form the back of the shaker . Embellish it. I just used some single adhesive FWAB teal pearls to created a number.
  5. Cut a square piece of acetate to form the window.
  6. Cut a piece of patterned paper the same size as the front of the cardstock base to form the front of the card. Place the foam on the back of the paper and trace where the window is going to be. Then place or trace your smaller die/template inside this so that the front window is smaller than the back and cut it out.
  7. Construct your card. Embellish as desired.
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Voila you should now have a shaker card.


My second type of shaker card has the shaker standing proud of the card.

  1. For this you need to cut a piece of patterned paper in the shape of the shaker to form the back of the shaker. I embellished it with a sticker and some FWAB olive green adhesive pearls
  2. Adhere thin width foam tape around the edge of the shape in one continuous piece (Tip: I found it easier if I removed all backing from the tape). I did 2 layers as I was using beads but if you were just using glitter, 1 layer would do.
  3. Cut a piece of acetate to the same size as your base and adhere to the top of the foam tape.
  4. Create a frame which has an opening slightly smaller than your shaker so that you don’t see the foam tape and adhere to the front of your shaker.


Create a card and adhere the shaker to the front and embellish as desired.


 I hope this has inspired you to have a go at shaker cards and use FWAB to embellish them.



Simplicity is Beautiful

by admin ~ June 16th, 2014

Hello it is Kim here today sharing a layout that I have created on my beautiful niece’s wedding and i feel that the photo was best suited to a simple yet elegant layout.

I have used randomly placed pearls in blue just to highlight the splatters of mist I have used.
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As you can see from the close up I have used different sizes to also help create dimension in the layout.
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Here is the link to the Blue Pearls I have used Thank you for looking and I will have more to share with you later in the month Kim

Flower filled Inspiration with Amy Prior

by admin ~ June 14th, 2014

Hi everyone! Amy Prior back today to share a recent layout using the gorgeous White Chloe Flourish from Flourish with a Bling. I just love the Chloe & Grace Flourishes I think they are definately my favourite products at Flourish with a Bling but did you know that for the month of June you can get everything in the Flourish with a Bling store for a crazy $2 each!!!!!! Yep EVERYTHING is $2 each, flower packs, individual pearls, flourishes, outdoor range, EVERYTHING FOR ONLY $2!!!! I cannot believe how crazy this end of financial year sale is and you just don’t want to miss out so quick head on over to www.flourishwithabling.com.au before it all sells out (or before I buy it all LOL).

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Here are some closeups of this super fun bright layout. The papers that I have used for this page are a very old collection from Prima Marketing Called the Zephyr Collection. Such pretty colours!

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The fabulous word wonder is a Heidi Swapp Buzz Word sticker and I am just in love with these buzz words at the moment, I seriously cannot get enough of them! Aren’t they fun?

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Nestled underneath my fabulous Flower cluster is of course 2 FWAB Chloe Pearl Flourishes. I just love how Flourish with a Bling products are always the perfect addition to any project that I am creating.

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Thanks so much for stopping by and don’t forget to checkout the awesome June Sketch Challenge here hosted by the fabulous Chloe Nielson.

Until next time, happy scrapping!

Amy Prior xx

Easter photo shoot – by Chloe

by admin ~ June 11th, 2014

Hello FWAB fans!

I talked the kids into a little Easter photo shoot this year :) … Mr 4 was not interested at all :( … but Miss 7 loved it … we even borrowed a little toy bunny :D


I’ve used white with soft gold – it’s a lovely colour combo!

You’ll see some FWAB Chloe Pearl Flourishes in Antique Gold and some FWAB Maddison Flowers – White, which I have brushed with some gold Shimmerz.

Don’t forget:


that’s right ALL of our beautiful products are only $2 each


And, our June challenge which is a sketch:


Find the details and samples HERE

hope you can play along!


***Farewell to DT members Tatiana, Evgenia, Irit, Laura and Barb***

by admin ~ June 8th, 2014

Today we share some creations from our final DT member we are bidding a fond farewell to this past DT term – Barb Turner -


*Using the FWAB olive green Jack vine, Trent’s fence, baby blue Maddison flower and white Elise flower*

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*Using the FWAB teal Jasmine laser flourish*

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*Using the FWAB red Jasmine laser flourish*

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*Using the FWAB baby blue Chloe pearl flourish and antique gold pearls from the 100 pack pearls*

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*Using the FWAB black Chloe pearl flourish*

To keep up to date on all of Barb’s crafty projects please make sure to follow her blog here – Barb Turner

A very big thank you Barb, we have  loved having you on the team and look forward to seeing more of your bright and colourful  creations out and about in the scrapping world.

XX Maggie and the FWAB team

***Farewell to DT members Tatiana, Evgenia, Irit, Laura and Barb***

by admin ~ June 6th, 2014

Today we bid a fond farewell to DT member Laura Gilhuly from Canada.

As you can see from the below share of some of Laura’s gorgeous work, Laura loved to layer her FWAB bling and doesn’t it looks fabulous!


*Using the FWAB teal Jasmine laser flourish and the red Chloe pearl flourish*

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Using the FWAB Denim blue Luke flourish and the blue Chloe pearl flourish*

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Using the FWAB red Jasmine laser flourish and the wine Bella rhinestone flourish*

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*Using the FWAB Jessie flourishes in red and black*


*Using the FWAB Grace pearl flourish in pewter and Maddison and Elise flowers from the FWAB flower packs*

To keep up to date on all of Laura’s creative talents, please make sure to follow her blog here – Laura Gilhuly

A very big thank you for making our products always look amazing Laura!  We have really loved how you layer our products and of course all the fabulous boy layouts too  :-)  All the very best to you in your other design teams and whatever crafty paths you may follow.

Make sure to check back tomorrow as we farewell Aussie Barb Turner

XX Maggie and the FWAB team