Username Post: tutorial: Lily flower        (Topic#1570449)
Amarilys
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I have a new tutorial up on my blog today!



 
momtokatie
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In response to Amarilys

Beautiful.


 
kelseymel
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In response to momtokatie

I just saw it and LOVE it!!!

I really need some of that puffy paint stuff.


 
MoniL
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  • MoniL on 02-09-12 12:02 PM
In response to kelseymel

that looks so cool!


 
scrappnmom2il
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In response to MoniL

There is only one word that I can say..........

WOW!


 
HomesclScrappinLisa
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In response to scrappnmom2il

Your flowers are beautiful! Lately I've been thinking about how pretty these type of flowers are but how in the world do you put them in a scrapbook? Seems to me they would get all messed up!?!? I'd love to hear from anyone that can fill me in. Thanks


 
Amarilys
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In response to HomesclScrappinLisa

Thanks ladies. I'm glad to hear that you like this tutorial. This always encourages me to make other flower tutorial in the future

HomesclScrappinLisa, to answer your question, these specific Lily flowers are actually kind of flat compared to other flowers and because of their shape, they will actually stay flat in your album. As for other flowers like the roses (I have a tutorial for one on my blog), these will be a bit bulky on your layouts but wont get squished as long as you use cardstock and not thin pattern paper. To accommodate layouts with bulky flowers, I switched to using 3 ring binders and they work wonderfully. Hope this helps


 
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