Tuesday, March 23, 2010

fabric paper rosette tutorial


I looooove the new "Dear Lizzy" line from American Crafts, designed by one of my favorite scrapbookers, Elizabeth Kartchner. This week I had the opportunity to demo fabric rosettes at the store, using her new fabric paper. Check out my video tutorial to learn how to make these pretty fabric flowers. Enjoy!

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Karen said...

Great card, fun and easy tutorial!!

I have to ask.....can you tell us about that fab flower ring you are wearing in the video tutorial?? Its beautiful! :>

Donna VW said...

Great video - thanks!

Tammy said...

What a great tutorial...I was just going to look those up on youtube today and you had it! Thank you for sharing...Oh I love your flower ring...Where did you get that? Way cute!
smiles...Tammy

This N That said...

Thank you so much! I will have to check out stores and see if we have any paper fabric like that!

Rachel D said...

I love this! Can a card be shabby chic and fresh and funky at the same time? Well, it is. :)

sallgood said...

Very fun! I'm going to try it with some fabric scraps! Thanks for sharing!!

Connie said...

Lovin' the card !!!!

reimaginedtreasures.blogspot.com said...

Great tutorial! Thanks. I am going to make mine on an organza base with fabric glue so I can put them on dresses! Kathi

lindagerig said...

cute idea. linda gerig

thursday said...

so pretty! what a wonderful little adornment for a card (and lots of other things)!

Annjilla said...

Thanks for the tutorial! you're so talented!

Amy said...

These are so cute!! I love this card! I made my first rosette just after watching this! Thanks for the great tutorial. Couple questions: I saw your other post on how to make them without sticking them to the back of the self adhesive paper leftovers...what do you suggest using if I like the sticky paper concept? What is the best way to make them washable, if that is possible?
Thank you!!

Glistening Reven said...

Awesome...that's so cool, I want to try it.

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