Lisa Zappa found these great little alterable plaques at Dollar Tree ($1.00 each! Cheap!) and added patterned paper and Pink Persimmon Scottie Dogs with FUN FLOCK to create a wall-hanging for a pet-lover. Her sister's dog Kira volunteered to pose for the project.
Using Fun Flock on the Scottie images turns the doggies into adorable FURRY creatures! What a great use for this fun new material.
Step 1 - Pick out a fun patterned paper, and then remove the ribbon handle from the plaque top. Turn your patterned paper over, and trace the plaque shape on the back of the paper. Cut it out and then adhere to the plaque front using Mod Podge.
Step 2 - You'll need Pink Persimmon Scottie Dogs, Black Fun Flock, Heat and Stick powder, and a black pigment ink (here we used Brilliance Graphite Black). Stamp various scottie dogs onto white cardstock.
Step 5 - Dump black fun flock onto the dogs, and with your hand, press the top of it so that the fibers adhere to the sticky image. Dump off the excess flock, and then take your heat gun and run it over the flock to 'set' the heat and stick powder.
Really cute Lisa! Thanks so much for showing us how to use the Fun Flock with this tutorial. Lisa also used the Small Banner to spell out Kira's name above the photo.
(All photos courtesy of Lisa Zappa).