Thursday, December 23, 2010

***Fantasy Daisies Tutorial***



Product List:

Cardstock
Tim Holtz Tattered flowers Die
Foam Ink Applicator
Quilling tool
small daisy punch
McGill starburst punch
Stylus tool set or small ball stylus
chalk or distress ink
McGill foam pad or mousepad (not shown)

Step 1.)
*Die cut 2 of the daisy shaped Tim Holtz flowers
*2 of the starburst puches
*1 small daisy punch
* Cut a 3 inch strip 1/8 inch wide piece of cardstock the same color as the starburst

Step 2.)
Using your smallest stylus, make ridged lines along the underside, down the length of each petal on the flowers. Be careful not to press very hard as you will tear the paper. 3 lines on each petal is all you need.
Step 3.)
Using your foam applicator, load a small amount of ink onto the foam and brush the topside middle of the flower extending out slightly towards the petals, but use a very light touch as to only ink the ridges on the petals. Use the same color as the starburst shape you punched out.


Step 4.)
Layer your 2 daisy flowers together staggering petals.
Layer your 2 starburst punches staggering them as well. Use your quilling tool to roll the card stock strip tightly and glue the end. Adhere the rolled up strip to the small daisy punch.
Step 5.)
Now layer the flower from bottom to top...
Large flower on bottom, starburst on top of that and lastly your small daisy with rolled strip on top of starburst layers.



17 comments:

  1. gorgeous flowers!! Merry Christmas!!

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  2. This is just stunning, got to try them!!! Merry Christmas Lisa.

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  3. Fantastic!!! Thanks so much for sharing, Merry Christmas!~

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  4. These are beautiful, Lisa! Can't wait to try them! Merry Christmas!

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  5. Awesome! I'm thinking this would be a great way to use up some of my older florals!

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  6. LOVE 'EM!!! Merry Christmas Lisa!

    xoxo Karen Lee

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  7. LOVE 'EM!!! Merry Christmas Lisa!

    xoxo Karen Lee

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  8. Beautiful tutorial, and flowers!!! Thanks for sharing(:

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  9. Always love your tutorials! Thanks for sharing and have a very Merry Christmas!
    Hugz, Z

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  10. This tutorial is gorgeous!!!!
    Merry Christmas,

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  11. Thanks for your lovely comments on my layout. Glad to link to your tutorial. I have learned so very much from your beautiful work and tutorials.

    I hope your Christmas was wonderful too!

    Thanks for this flower tutorial. I just found and purchased the starburst punch after seeing it in use on your gorgeous flowers. Can't wait to try it out.

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  12. Oh another flower tutorial~can't wait to try this sister!! WOW!!

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