Friday, 4 March 2011

Punched Flower Tutorial

Zulma, My Little Scrappy Owl, has made this easy and beautiful flower tutorial, that I'm sure you'll all going to love ;-)

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Hi! I'm so happy today because I had a lot of comments about my mini flowers bouquet. I love to work with little things and that is a challenge for me. For this one I used:
1. Martha Stewart punches - Hydrengia (25 pcs aprox., small size) and maple leave (5 pcs)
2. Marvy 1" circle punch (2 pcs)
3. stylus or paint brush
4. glue
5. twizzers
6. gel pen or any kind of paint(stickles, markers, chalk, etc.)

Take one circle and make small cuts around it, save the other for final step.
Put circle in a foam base and with your stylus make circular motions to end with a semi-circle and do the same with the mini flowers.
Now, use your favorite glue and twizzers to attach the flower starting with the base or bottom of the semi-circle.

Continue gluing the flower around the circle and finish at the top.
Glue 5 leaves to the second circle and make small dots in the center of each flower with gel pen .
Glue flowers to the leave base.This is the result. Isn't a cutie.
You can see this card hereWell I hope you like my first tutorial, and don't forget to leave your comment. I love to hear from you.


Bye....

23 comments:

Lorie a.k.a.The Peddler said...

Beautiful and it looks so easy. Now, I want the punches. Thanks for Sharing.

Gaby said...

Absolutely gorgeous.

Isbel Ahmad said...

Great tutorial Zulma!!!!!!

Monica said...

So clever and such hard work as well. Love it... so very real looking.

Thanks for sharing,

Monica

EdiArt said...

Adoro seu blog!! é um sucesso!! amei o tutorial,
coloquei lá no meu blog,http://everythingilove-ediart.blogspot.com/ caso não deseje entra em contato que retiro o post!! sucesso!!! bjs

Frances said...

Beautiful Zulma, loved your technique. hugs. Frances.

Vicky Alberto said...

wonderful, TFS!

sundownerin said...

wowwwww!!! that is so easy.. but soooooooo wonderful!! love it!

thanks a lot for showing us!!!

valenbergia said...

So cool!))))

Jaqi said...

Wow! That is so cool! Thanks for sharing.

http://asiscrapki.blogspot.com/ said...

Fantastyczny kursik, wielkie dzięki!!

Craftyanny said...

oh wow this is super cute.
Love it, it looks quite simple too, so one I will definitley try
Anne x

Merry said...

So beatuiful and wonderful tutorial...thanks for sharing.

Zulma said...

Thanks ladies, your comments make me so happy. It's my first tutorial and I'm so glad you enjoy it.
Hugs from Puerto Rico, Zulma.

CraftCrave said...

Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [05 Mar 12:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

Caroline said...

Gorgeous flower I think I might try and utilise the punches I have to make this thanks for sharing xx

Marisa Torres said...

Una hortensia preciosa, gracias por el magnífico tutorial, eres muy generosa.
BESOS DESDE ESPAÑA.

pinky said...

Wow that is just brilliant, thanks so much.

Chelsea said...

awesome awesome flower .. love all of the detail!

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Anonymous said...

Your tutorial is absolutely love. Flawers are so cute, that I maust try it :-)

Raquel Leal said...

Muitooo lindo!! Parabéns!! Vou tentar fazer também!!

Ariane ( Butterfly) said...

C'est super joli, il faut que je trouve la perfo d'hydrenga
Merci pour le partage
Ariane