Saturday, August 7, 2010

Fun flock is so fun and easy! - You're a deer card

This cute, furry deer is from the Create a Critter cartridge. Be sure to watch the video below to see how to apply the Fun Flock to the deer.  It is super easy!




Close up look at the Fun Flock:


I used glossy accents for the hoofs and the nose.  Wouldn't he make a cute Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer for a Christmas card?  I may have to try that later!:



The first video shows the fun flocking:



This video shows how to put the whole card together:

27 comments:

  1. OMG!!! Soooooooooo cute!! Great video, Thanks

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  2. Oh so very sweet! I love your little deer.

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  3. Soooo cute, thanks for the tutorial, I have some flock but haven't use it yet....I really really want to try it now.

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  4. such a cute card. this cart is on my wish list. I actually have flocking from about 8-9 years ago that I have never used! Maybe I should get this cart and use some!!!

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  5. Thanks for the tutorial on the fun flock. I am always so nervous to use it. I used it once and it was a bit messy. But I also used glue and as you said it clumped. Thanks again!! Of course I love the fawn! =)

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  6. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE VIDEO!! FANTASTIC INFORMATION!!I tried flocking....I used the wet glue, didn't turn out very nice. I have the xyron machines! I'm going to try flocking again but with the xyron. TFS! Very cute card by the way!! I've got Create a Critter on order, can't wait till I get it.

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  7. I just want to HUG that deer it is SO cute!!! I have actually tried doing fun flock that very way, except I always end up with a spot that doesn't get sticky - I never thought to add some tape adhesive to those spots. THANK YOU for that tip. I am going to try this again, but with better success this time. Thanks so much!

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  8. This is so sweet, love the video so useful and easy to follow. I have never tried fun flock on die cuts but I will now.
    Kim xXx

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  9. I love this little deer! I've used it as Rudolf and think it's adorable with little red stickles on the nose. Thanks for the video! Love your creations!

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  10. That is adorable! I will have to try the flock. TFS :)

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  11. You are my favorite enabler! I can't help myself! I have to go out and get Flocking!

    thanks Again :)
    Paula
    morethanfavors.blogspot.com

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  12. Oh my word this is adorable!! I love the flocking but never seem to get it out! Thanks for the tips and the video!!

    Barb :)

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  13. thank you sharing your wonderful and easy flocking techniques. I really appreciate it!!

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  14. That is sooo stinking cute! and sooo easy too! Thanks for sharing, now I have to find Create a Critter for cheap!!

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  15. Great video and technique!!! I have used FFlock; however, I did not press it down... Thanks for the tip

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  16. I love love love it! I have to get some of that fun flock!!!

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  17. Darling, darling card !!! Great video too...TFS !!!
    xoxo Joy

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  18. OMGosh..I love this technique! I never would have thought to use fun flock...OR....the liquid accents the way you have.
    I have to tell you, after watching your video on the mini monsters...I went ahead and ordered my FIRST peachy keen stamps. I hope mine turn out half as good as yours!
    TFS all your time and talents.
    Ansa

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  19. WOW - awesome technique - awesome card. Just love the colors and the layout! Thanks for joining us at Creative Sisters Monday Challenge! I'm off to buy flocking!!!!!

    Patti Ross
    www. pattilynncreations.blogspot.com

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  20. Oh my goodness, LOVE how you did this card - absolutely beautiful! Thank you for putting together the video, I have seen the fun flock in the stores but passed it by- not knowing how to use it. I will have to go out and get some now!!!
    Would like you to come visit my blog, I will be having a challenge on the 21st and would love to have you join in.

    Linda
    lindascreativity.blogspot.com

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  21. This is so cute! I found your blog from Patti-Lynn Creations challenge. I am happy to be your newest follower!!

    Jillian
    http://www.jillianbeancrafts.com/

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  22. Love you Flock Dear. My computer speakers aren't working well. Is it possible to get written instructions,please

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  23. Thanks! I made that project so long ago, I don't remember the exact size I cut the deer at, but the key in this is to use the xyron machine to put adhesive on the front of the die cut deer and then sprinkle the flock on.

    Kimberly

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  24. kimberly, I think the Dear was about 3-31/2 inches. I didn't get the colors of the flock !! thanks for getting back to me
    Sharon

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  25. Sharon - The Fun Flock colors I used are Cinnamon Toast and Caramel Latte Tan.

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