Facebook Live with Foamiran Flowers

Hello and welcome to this month’s Facebook live event, if you missed the live show do not fear, you can catch up on the video here and also download the free instructions!

This month we show you how to create  this wedding table decoration (although other celebrations can also use this great design). We are using Foamiran and Rosy Owl Dies for this project and websites and stockists can be found at the end of this post.

Can you believe this was created using just 3 Chameleon pens!!! If you would like to have your own Foamiran flower decoration instructions you can download them here.

Or if you want to watch along see our videos….we had a few technical issues again so it is in two parts!

Foamiran and Stamen can be purchased from https://www.crafteezee.co.uk they stock a wide range of foam colors and stamen.

For your stockist of Rosy Owl dies refer to their website here http://rosyowl.com/index.php.

Thanks for joining us today and watch out for more wedding themed posts soon!

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2 Comments on “Facebook Live with Foamiran Flowers”

  1. Barbara Tobias

    For the past several days, I have been looking at various sites featuring Foamiran. Was very excited to see the difference products used for coloration, especially the Chameleon Pens. I decided to make a small order of the foams from Carmen Hand Crafts. My order arrived yesterday (very quickly) and I tried just a quick test flower. Absolutely love this fantastic material for creating beautiful, more realistic flowers.

  2. Barb macaskill

    I just stumbled across a YouTube on Foamiran a couple days ago and am desperately seeking a shop in the USA that carries it! I am very intrigued by this cool medium and can’t wait to try it for myself!
    These are absolutely delightful and pretty! Once I got my hands on this I will be making loads of flowers! TFS!

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