Wednesday, April 7, 2010

spiral paper rose video tutorial


We hope you all had a wonderful Easter weekend! We're enjoying spring break this week, so I apologize for the lack of posts. Too much fun going on with our kiddos! But I do have another flower video tutorial for you that I put together for Lasting Memories. These have to be my favorite flowers I've done a tutorial on so far. They're gorgeous! Also, if you're in the Seattle area, be sure to join us this Saturday for another live flower demo and make 'n take at Lasting Memories. And check out our other flower videos from the past few weeks, like the box-top, the fan-fold, the fabric rosette, the puff ball, and the six-petal rose. Enjoy!

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mmtncrfts said...

Oh my goodness, this is great! I even tink I can do it! I'm going to feature this on my blog. Come on over and check it out! Thanks for sharing.

Linda
https://mmtncrfts.blogspot.com
https://mmtncrfts.etsy.com

Shelby said...

Great tutorial! I love it! :)

-Susan- said...

LOVE this technique! So many flowers out there on the internet right now. This is new and very fun! Thanks for sharing!!

chelsea said...

I can't wait to try this! so pretty and charming :)

Sunny Brynn said...

just yesterday i was scowering youtube looking for paper flower tutorials-- and found blah--
SO THANKS!!

Jenna said...

Thanks for the tutorial! I attempted making them...NOT as cute as yours though :) Here is my attempt :

http://simplyjenna.blogspot.com/2010/04/spiral-paper-roses.html

Pearl said...

Oh wow this looks like so much fun and beautiful!
Cant wait to try it!
Thank you!!


Pearl

Jenny said...

Thanks so much for the post! I've been trying to make paper roses but mine always turn out looking like cones. Now I know what I was doing wrong!

Corinna said...

Okay, just want to say that you absolutely ROCK! This video is fabulous and thank you SO MUCH for providing a super easy tutorial on these. The flowers are absolutely gorgeous!

Corinna
www.myscrapbooklife.com

pennellolane said...

Great tutorial! I'm definitely going to make some of these :)

Tyler and Julia said...

This was so much easier than it looked, thanks to you & this great tutorial! THANK YOU SO MUCH! :)

Missy said...

Thank you for your help and inspiration! My church's ladies group is going to love these on our inspiration jars. Again thanks to you!

xocolatiih said...

I like to know what is the name of the paper you use to make the roses.

Thanks

Jessica said...

so glad I stopped by, love the tut. Thanks for sharing. I am a new follower.
Jessica
:O)
jessicascraftshaque.blogspot.com

Alicia said...

do these kinds of paper flowers work with fabric? because i saw the one fabric rosette but itd be neat if they all worked with cloth (=

Little Birdie Secrets said...

Yes, you should be able to make them with fabric! I've done it with felt, and I'm sure if you used a double-thickness of fabric it would turn out darling!

Abby Swank said...

This is a really great idea! First time on your site and I'm very glad to have visited. Thank you so much!

Shopped my house for card stock to try this design and came across some old holiday cards, cut them into squares and made your flowers out of these. They came out great and made me feel good about recycling at the same time:) plus all materials were FREE! definitely worth making no matter what you use

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