Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Eyelet Border Paper Flower Tutorial

Don't you love these paper flowers?! I put together a tutorial based on the concept that Jan McClurg shared at the Phoenix Regional seminar. Click here for my tutorial so you can make your own paper flowers and make Spring come a little early!

Here's another card I made using this technique. I picked some spring colors to bring a little sunshine to our otherwise snowy winter day yesterday.

Click here to see my other paper flower card and stay tuned for one more to come!

Supplies: Short & Sweet, Itty Bitty Backgrounds*, Regal Rose ink, Whisper White cardstock, Pretty in Pink ink & cardstock, Apricot Appeal cardstock, Kaleidoscope Designer Series Paper, Eyelet Border Punch, 1-3/4" Circle Punch, Whisper White Organza Ribbon, Button Latte, Top Note die (Big Shot) Sticky Pages, Stampin' Dimensionals

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Emma Harrison said...

Your cards and tutorials are really inspiring. Thanks so much for sharing them!

Wendie aka Tankergypsie said...

Great tutorial and handout - thanks for sharing it.

Charity Lawson said...

I love the colors on this card! Great job!

Maree said...

That's just so cute Julie. Love the colours and layout too. Thanks for sharing! :)

Rose said...

I love how you created the flower on printed paper! so cute :)

Mary R. said...

Julie, hello and I wanted to tell you that flower card is just so pretty I cant get over it thank you I printed it so iam sure i will be able to make it , I wished you had done a vito that would have been better , Iam calif and would love to follow you if it OK...Thanks MaryRedford