This week the Xyron DT is using the Not Xyron, But Should Be Board to reinvent some great projects with our own unique twist - and of course, this time, using Xyron!
I took inspiration from Jennifer McGuire's adorable heart canvas. I love the small hearts filling in the large heart shape. For my variation, I used circle cuts to fill in my round flower center for my canvas. Mixing different Xyron adhesives allowed me to apply the circles at varying heights and gave me great dimension.
So here is how I put together my canvas.
1. Paint canvas background and allow to dry.
2. Cut flower petals using Spellbinders Paisley (book pages) and PaisleyScalloped (cardstock).
5. Die cut a large circle for the center of the flower and run through Xyron 5" Creative Station to apply adhesive to the top side. Before removing the backing paper, shape the circle so it is slightly cupped.
10. Use the Xyron Double Sided Tape to adhere the petals to the flower center. Apply foam adhesives on the under side of the flower center to adhere to the canvas.
Be sure to check out the Xyron Blog every day this week to discover more Pinterest inspirations!