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stephie056
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Latley I have been trying out making my own paper flowers.. i was wondering if anyone knew of some good sites that have paper tutorails.. I've been mainly using a blog called such a pretty mess by gabrielle.. thanks for your help


 
TimeScrapper
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Omigosh!! Gabrielle's tuts are the best! You can see some of the flowers I've made using her tuts in my gallery.

http://mycreativescrapboo k.invisionzone.com/index.php?s...

there is ONE of the tuts...there are links to others on that page.

Here are some roses I made..SO Easily, too!
Roses from a Punch! By TimeScrapper


 
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Here is a thread I started to get all the tutorials I could. There are several on the first page, 2nd post.

http://www.scrapbook.com/forums/showtopic.php?tid/15390...


 
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  • TimeScrapper Said:
Omigosh!! Gabrielle's tuts are the best! You can see some of the flowers I've made using her tuts in my gallery.

http://mycreativescrapboo k.invisionzone.com/index.php?s...

there is ONE of the tuts...there are links to others on that page.

Here are some roses I made..SO Easily, too!
Roses from a Punch! By TimeScrapper



I can't wait to try this! Thanks for the link!


 
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Helen at Scrap A Little has faboo tutorials too. If you go to her blog and look on the right side there should be a link to them all. http://www.scrap-a-little.com


 
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  • TimeScrapper Said:
Omigosh!! Gabrielle's tuts are the best! You can see some of the flowers I've made using her tuts in my gallery.

http://mycreativescrapboo k.invisionzone.com/index.php?s...

there is ONE of the tuts...there are links to others on that page.

Here are some roses I made..SO Easily, too!
Roses from a Punch! By TimeScrapper



I have seen tutorials for these flowers so many times and still have yet to make any! My question is how thick are the finished flowers? Do they fit into page protectors?


 
stephie056
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Thank you so much everyone!!!


 
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  • hotroding scrapbooker Said:
  • TimeScrapper Said:
Omigosh!! Gabrielle's tuts are the best! You can see some of the flowers I've made using her tuts in my gallery.

http://mycreativescrapboo k.invisionzone.com/index.php?s...

there is ONE of the tuts...there are links to others on that page.

Here are some roses I made..SO Easily, too!
Roses from a Punch! By TimeScrapper



I have seen tutorials for these flowers so many times and still have yet to make any! My question is how thick are the finished flowers? Do they fit into page protectors?


I have been making all these flowers from several tutorials, they are fun, pretty and very addicting, BUT...they do tend to get pretty bulky because of all the layers, they do fit in page protectors but you may need to add several spacer thingys!!


 
Scrapkaty
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I LOVE those flowers! I'm going to have to go out and find me that flower punch!!


 
Tammy Sue
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If you get on youtube and search for "paper flower tutorial" or "flower tutorial", you will get a ton of hits.


 
TimeScrapper
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  • ChansGram Said:
  • hotroding scrapbooker Said:
  • TimeScrapper Said:
Omigosh!! Gabrielle's tuts are the best! You can see some of the flowers I've made using her tuts in my gallery.

http://mycreativescrapboo k.invisionzone.com/index.php?s...

there is ONE of the tuts...there are links to others on that page.

Here are some roses I made..SO Easily, too!
Roses from a Punch! By TimeScrapper



I have seen tutorials for these flowers so many times and still have yet to make any! My question is how thick are the finished flowers? Do they fit into page protectors?


I have been making all these flowers from several tutorials, they are fun, pretty and very addicting, BUT...they do tend to get pretty bulky because of all the layers, they do fit in page protectors but you may need to add several spacer thingys!!




details, details! lol!

Yes, these roses I made did turn out kinda tallish. About 1/2" or so. I'm not sure I will be using them in a scrapbook flat page, however I do lots of other projects other than flat scrapbook pages. I make the scrap-boxes, and I could put these on top of those for decoration...or any project that is 3-D, or a wall hanging, calendar, etc. they would work on, too.


 
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Steph
I just watched this tutorial and made a few of my own
http://tmasonstudio.blogspot.com/2010/09/everything-is -...

ps- hope to see u soon!


 
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