Sunday, 26 August 2018

EASY & Gorgeous Shabby Chic Flowers!



Hi Everyone,

Thank you for popping by my blog today! I have a very easy flower tutorial for you and you only need a few supplies to make them. I also recommend leaving them to dry overnight as you don't want to risk tearing them. In the picture above i used 2 Ink colours. Lovely Lipstick & Pool Party. I love the way they turned out & i will be definitely making a whole load more!!


They look so pretty & sparkly. To get the sparkle i used my homemade glimmer spray (of course!) i am addicted to using that stuff, i love it. I will link the tutorial below for the spray in case you have not seen it before.
Homemade Glimmer Spray Tutorial

To make these flowers you will need either a flower punch or some flower dies. If you have the Stampin Up Pansy punch that will do, if not use something similar. I used some flower dies that i bought online.
I cut them out from whisper white card stock. Using some Ink & a finger dauber, i inked the middles of the flowers. I used a brad to attach about 5 flowers together. Using some water in a spray bottle i soaked the flowers and then pulled up the petals to shape. Leave to dry overnight then remove the brad and glue together.
Please check out my YouTube tutorial for full instructions.

I hope you will give them a try, they are so easy but give beautiful results.

Thank you

Love Ann xx


7 comments:

  1. Beautiful flowers Ann and wuch a gorgeous effect...where did you get the flower die from

    Anne

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  2. Ann I've just seen your link ...thank you

    Anne

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  3. Fantastic flowers. I liv making paper flowers. I am going to give yours a try. Thank you for sharing.❣️

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  4. Dear Ann: For quite some time I have not gotten your tutorials . . . wonder why? I have just seen in youtube that you had also prepared some clip markers which I find great . . . even though nowadays reading is no longer a habit.

    The flowers are so pretty!! I imagine a box covered with these flowers. As always, many thanks!!

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  5. Love your flowers and your tutorial
    Blessing Jocelan

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