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Paper Lace Medallion Video Tutorial by Patty Bennett

Crimped Paper Flowers - Video Tutorial by Patty Bennett

Flower m&t march 2010 This is one of the fun projects we made at my Luv 2 Stamp Group meeting on Saturday!

The gals at the meeting learned how to make the paper flower and leaves using the crimper and then added it to the cute treat holder.  Demonstrators in my group who requested a long distance packet received all the supplies and tutorial to make this project.

Thanks to Jan McClurg for sharing this idea at the Phoenix Regional seminar in January!!  Enjoy the Video Tutorial and go have fun making paper flowers!


 

Supplies used in this project ORDER ONLINE HERE anytime!

Order Code

Description

Price

114526

Circles #2 Die

$15.95

115954

Two Tags Die

$21.95

113439

Big Shot

$99.95

100730

Whisper White Cardstock

$7.50

114300

Sticky Pages (12x12)

$6.95

116631

Paper piercing tool

$3.50

105826

Mat Pack

$9.95

109046

1” circle punch (optional)

$10.95

113692

Eyelet Border punch

$15.95

102482

Real Red Cardstock

$5.50

100702

Old Olive Cardstock

$5.50

117289

Pretty in Pink Satin Ribbon

$8.95

102892

Sponge Daubers

$10.95

103133

Real Red Ink Pad

$5.95

101618

Crimper

$19.95

108360

Craft & Paper Scissors

$29.95

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Comments

Evelyn Howard

Cute flowers. Thanks for sharing a great tutorial.

Brenda

What a cute idea!! Thank you for sharing, Patty.

LeeAnn Greff

Fabulous video Patty.
I've seen lots of these flowers, but I really like the white with sponged edges.

Thanks!

Julia Heitman

Thanks for doing the video Patty ~ it was fun Saturday to do them as a group but even better to get personal refresher whenever I need it! You're awesome!

Gladys

Really like these flowers, but LOVE the treat holder using the tags. GREAT idea! Thanks for sharing.

Edna B

Enjoyed your tutorial. Nice job.

Tauna

Loved the video! That is such a great embellishment.
Thanks for sharing.

pat posk

Very nice flower and a great tutorial. Thank you Patty for sharing this with us..
I love when you have tutorials..at 77 I learn more from seeing..ha ha ha

pat

Flowers

WOW!!!! This is stunning! Thank you so much for the tutorial! keep on posting some more blogs like this.

Kelly Mayou

Patty,
I've been looking for something for my Kid's only workshop to make for Mother's Day. This is perfect for my teens. Thanks for sharing!

Mary Lloyd

Patty,Very cute idea! Can't wait to do these. I have seen the flowers but thought they were made with cloth.I love useing the tag as a treat holder,so clever! Thank you for sharing.

MaryJo

Loved the video - makes it a lot easier to re-create when you "see" it done! Thanks!!

Janet Higerd

These look like so much fun - can't wait to give them a try - I know my gals are going to love them. I find written directions at Julie Davison's blog, but I am a visual person, so the video will help.

Barbara V

Awesome video, Patty! You always go just a step above and make it sooo much easier with the extra details. Thanks!!

Marilyn Lampman

I loved this tutorial! Your directions are very clear, video is crisp and clear. Thanks so much.
Marilyn in Michigan

Suzette Kaufmann

Thank you for sharing. The tutorial was great and I am looking forward to making some of these and sharing with my friends!
Suzette in Maryland

Cookie

absolutely darling... I loved the video....I learn better by watching than reading.... Thanks so much for the video....

Cookie

Diane J Ouellette

Thank You!! FUN flower...next project for my ladies....

Tammy Q Howell

Great video and I love all the tips for using the tools! Beautiful flower!

Linda Beeson

What a fun project and you did a great job explaining it.

kay sha

Hi, Patty! Thanks for showing me this. I have to get me those sticky pages. Great Idea! I love the fowers too!! So beautiful!!

Sharon Russell

LOVE THIS!! Can't wait to try it and teach our group! Thank you so much for sharing! Blessings, Sharon

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