I haven't done a flower tutorial in a while. I figured it was time!! I ordered a BUNCH of flower dies not to long ago, and are finally dipping into the stash and creating. Mixing and matching is a wonderful thing!! The possibilities are endless!!...
Ink of your choice
Card Stock color of your choice for flowers
Sizzix Bigz Die - Flower, Black-Eyed Susan
Stylus and pad set (I use McGill)
Art Glitter Good Earth. Elements Earth Textures or Flower soft
Die-Namics die : Botanical Beauty
Cut one large and one small flower from your Sizzix die, Cut 2 of the medium size middles from your Die-Namic die.
Ink the edges of your flowers using the blending foam applicator for a soft look.
On the back side of your flowers, use the stylus on the pad press down using a circular motion on each petal until they curl upwards.
Do the same for the middles.
Add some adhesive to the middle and sprinkle a generous amount of Elements or Flower Soft pressing down a bit to get the particles to sink into the glue. Tap off any excess.
Here is your finished Lazy Dayzie. You can add leaves underneath or cluster them together as I did in the photo below.
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial. You can substitute any similar dies to achieve the same effect. I will continue to experiment with mixing and matching all of my wonderful dies!!. Till next time, Happy Flower making!
Woaw this is so nice, very pretty flowers. Thanks for your explanations. Anneke.ReplyDelete
You always create such beautiful blooms.ReplyDelete
Very pretty and classy!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing!
Love these! They look so amazing on your layout! Thanks for being our GDT this month.ReplyDelete
Another amazing flower tutorial!ReplyDelete
These are beautiful!Thanks!ReplyDelete
I have a few flower dies and punches and I have never used them :( I think it is time I did... I love that you can make them to fit your card or layout. These are so pretty.ReplyDelete
gorgeous flowers! Thanks for the tutorial! I've missed your flower tuts! :)ReplyDelete
Gorgeous flowers, love the centers!ReplyDelete
So lovely, I'm inspired to try my hand at it, too. (Although, I know it won't compare to yours). You do such beautiful and creative things!ReplyDelete
Lovely flowers. xxxReplyDelete
These look wonderful! I really should just make an afternoon and have a play with my flower dies!! Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
Such stunning flowers!! ~ Blessings, TraceyReplyDelete
Garden of Grace
Makes me look forward to Fall!! Great tutorial Lisa! and such a pretty project! xoReplyDelete
Hey great stuff, thank you for sharing this useful information and i will let know my friends as well.csbeReplyDelete
I enjoyed reading your post and I like your take on the issue. Thanks. Veltech