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Thursday, 19 October 2017

Purple card

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Hi everyone!
My name is Bożena, known in the creative world as BBart.
Today  my first post on the blog 14 Craft Bar.
Invite you.
My work is a composition of foamiran roses made from stencil 01 and 06
 and elements from the sheet for cutting.
 Additional decorations include purple micro beads on flowers, sequins and craft gauze.

Thanks for visiting our blog.
See you next time!

Wednesday, 18 October 2017

Big Foamiran Rose

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hi :)
I've been asked to make big flower for very lovely project :)
 I'll share more info soon about the project but here it is my flower:
 I've used foamiran from 14 Craft Bar - light pink for petals and white for leaves.
 Flower head is 6inch big :)

Are you in love with foamiran flowers?
 Be inspired and share your project with us on the foamiran fb group:
Thank you :)


Tuesday, 17 October 2017


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Hi, DT Henriëtte here. This is my first post as a design team member for 14 craft bar and I'm very excited.
I live in The Netherlands and our national flower is the tulip, so I've decided that the tulip would be the perfect flower for my first blog post here.

I've used an old die I had in my stash to make the petals but you can easily draw a 3 petal shape on paper, then cut it out and trace the shape on the foamiran with a toothpick. For each tulip bud you'll need two of these 3 petal shapes or you can cut 6 to 9 single petals.
Here are the supplies I've used to make my tulip flowers.

I've used pink and purple foamiran for the flower buds and green foamiran for the leaves.
I always color the petals with chalks or soft pastels before holding them to the heated iron.

The centre of the flower is made from a small ball of silver foil with a pointed tip. 
I glued the stem of the flower (wire) in the silver foil ball with my hot glue gun.

I prick a hole in the middle of the 3 petals and slide it on the wire up to the silver ball and glue the petals around it. And then again with the next 3 petals making sure that the silverfoil ball doesn't show (if it does, the ball is too big).

Then I wrapped flower tape around the wire. About halfway I've added a leave (hand draw and cut), using my glue gun and putting tape on it for a nice finish.

I hope you have enjoyed my first post for 14 craft bar. I would appreciate it if you leave me a comment. Thanks for stopping by today.

Hugs, Henriette.


Sunday, 15 October 2017

How to make carnations with fabulous FOAMIRAN

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Morning everyone and welcome to 14 Craft Bar and my first ever post with this lovely Design Team.

Today I have kept things simple and made a pretty white carnation. 
If you would like to make one too, please follow along with my tutorial below.


White and green foamiran, cocktail stick, stencils, scissors, ball tool, foam sponge, brown ink and applicator, iron and hot glue gun.

Foamiran - WHITE

Gather supplies 

Take the white foam, stencil and a cocktail stick, fold foam in half and trace around the flowers with the cocktail stick, I used four flowers per each finished carnation, cutting two at a time.

Cut out all your flowers, you will need four per size if you want to make four flowers in different sizes

Take scissors and cut off the edges with a frill

They should look like this

Now take the green foamiran, stencil and cocktail stick and draw around the leaf shape

Cut out all your leaves, I used three per flower

Using the cocktail stick and a hot iron (no steam) heat flower for a few seconds on medium heat

Whilst still hot, roll and squeeze the flower between your fingers

They should look like this, from the iron to squished

Do the same with the leaves

Your leaves should look like this

Now using your ball tool, squish the centers of the flowers into the foam 
I used ordinary kitchen sponge with a dry wet wipe on top

Squish each layer one at a time

Your flowers should look like this

Now add a small dot of hot glue between all the layers and hold tight until cool

Lightly ink the leaf edges in brown ink

Hot glue the leaves to the back of the carnation

Like this

Your finished carnations should look like this

MANY THANKS for following along today, I hope you liked my tutorial and will have a go.

This month we are starting our very first challenge! 
We will have a challenge every month starting on the 14th and active till 10th of the next month.
Our challenge theme is and always  will be:
Anything goes with foamiran flowers!

To play along with us you do not need to use products from our store, 
but if you do use any, please tell about them in your post. 
We will announce the winner and top 3 on 14th next month with a new challenge.
Top 3 chosen by our D.T and one lucky winner chosen randomly

We also have a prize for the winner:
€25 to use in our store 

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