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Wednesday, December 7, 2011

All About Flowers Series

Hello my scrapping friends,

I am really enjoying my All About Flowers class over at My Creative Classroom.  This week was all about paper flowers.  These flowers are ideal for all crafters, there is endless ways of creating paper flowers from cutting cardstock, using punches, die cutting machines or spellbinders to name a few.

I am finishing up with the All About Flowers Series, and it has been a lot of fun learning new techniques
Folded Rosettes 
Rolled Spiral Flowers (cardstock and felt)
Photo Corner Flower
-Punch small circle
- cut one 6x6 piece for this flower 2x2 squares
-Take the 2x2 squares and cut in1/2 diagonal corners
-Ink the edges
-Fold each point to the opposite mid-point (alternate color) **NOTE** The 3 different types of petals--you will need 8 petals 4 one type 4 he opposite
-Fold the bottom the opposite direction and curl end
-Add the first layer in a East-West-North-South position to small circle
-Add the second color in between the first layer stagger from first layer
-Add the spiral flower to the center
-Add the diamond dust on the petal edges.
Star Flower
Rolled Die Cut Flower
Dictionary Flowers
4” x 4” scrap of cardstock or patterned paper
Donna Salazar Crafty Chronicles
Spellbinder  spiral blossom and rose creation
Button or Bling for flower center (optional)
Strong Liquid glue (i.e. Hot Glue, Beacon’s 3 in 1, Fabri-Tac, Zip
Dry, Craft Glue Dots)'
Epiphany Crafts Tool with Matching Buttons or Bubble Caps
Stamp image
distress inks 
stickles crystal
5 flowers smallest to largest
Glossy accents
Cardstock paper flowers using die cuts and paper strips
chalk ink brown and lavender
Diamond Dust Glitter
12x12 trimmer
Glossy accents

I hope you enjoy. If you have any questions send me a quick email


1 comment:

  1. Beautiful flowers! I wanted to present you with an award! Get it here: http://krafthead1.blogspot.com/2012/01/what-honor.html

    hope you like it!


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