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Sunday, 27 July 2014

Gift for someone u love ....

Good morning Crafters...
Feeling very proud of my self today as I cud create a beautiful flower using a basic spellbinder die....lol
I want you all to dig in to your collection of dies and give them a new definition.
It was quite challenging and fun !!
We all hoard dies which create very specific things like a flower , border or frame...
guys now it's time to twist and turn your creativity and create wonders by rethinking about their use.
My first attempt was not that complex and i am sure lot of us have these dies...so what are we waiting for ....
Let's begin
Step 1: pick up 4 adjacent scalloped circles dies. Cut them out from your favorite paper. ( 3 each as few extras are always good to keep)

Step 2: sponge the edges with prima chalk inks to add interst .
Step 3: cut out a circle in the centre of all the precut circles . This helps in moulding the flower and to keep it flat from the base.
 Step 4: cut a slit after every 3 scallops and start moulding the flower and give it some creaes and softness.

Step 5: do the same to all the layer...easy isn't it? 

Step 6: by moulding bending and cupping the layers I assembled this gorgeous flower ...

Step 7: add glitter or diamond dust in top  of the flower and it will the most glamourous flower u have ever seen.😊

Now it's time to add it to your project and it will b the show stopper for sure...
I added it over a heart shaped box and it has become so attractive and pretty ..





Hope u will give this a try and do let me know what u feel about this tutorial
Have a gr8 day..
Hugs
Arjita 

List of supplies:
Doily , lace, rhinestone ( from stash)
copic markers


13 comments:

  1. This is a show stopper! TFS, Arjita.

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  2. Wow... This is awesome... loved it and enjoyed it thoroughly..

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  3. Such a gorgeous flower, Arjita! Thank you so much for sharing the tutorial for it.It's definitely a show stopper.

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  4. wow! such a pretty bloom :) love it:)

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  5. Amazing babes...taken the humble scallop circle to another level

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  6. great idea! Flower looks gorgeous!

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