January 30, 2011

A Scrunched Flower…

Good morning everyone.  Did you get all those errands, shopping and household duties done yesterday so you can sit back relax and enjoy your families and do some blog surfing today. *smile*  I sure did.

I tried my luck at one of those scrunched up flowers the other day.
Here’s the result:


  and the inside…


I can’t remember who’s blog I saw the tutorial on for the flower; but, it’s really easy, just crunch it up and pull apart. I just remembered how she did it and thought I needed to give it a try.  If anyone out there knows, email me…I would love to give her the credit.  I really liked how this card turned out.  I hope you do to.

TIP:  You need to scrunch the paper up really well, the more the better.  Look for the paper to begin to separate, you’ll be able to see it.  Then pull it apart.

Supplies needed:

  • Cardstock – E. Espresso, Pretty in Pink, W. White, A. Artichoke
  • Stamps – Teeny Tiny Wishes
  • Ink – White, Clear EB
  • Punches – Modern Label, Scalloped Trim and Eyelet border punches, Scalloped Circle, Little leaves, McGills Pine and small flower punches and Two Step Bird punch
  • Misc – Victoria Lace, gold half pearls and satin ribbon (from my stash) Cuttlebug folder

Enjoy your day, thanks a bunch for stopping by and as always email me for questions.




Kim said...

GORGEOUS Linda!!! I did the same type of flower with tissue paper and then inked the edges with a dauber - its such a pretty look! LOVE your card, details are beautiful!

Carla Bazhenow said...

Linda your card is so beautiful. I love those colors and your flower!!! Your details are so pretty. Love all those lil gold dots. Hugs,

Kim said...

Hi again Linda - I left you a little love on my blog today, hope you'll check it out!

Mary Fish said...

So pretty, Linda.

Love the pop of pink in your flower.

Hugs, M

Heartwarmers from Vicki said...

Carla sent me, but then you're already on my list to follow each day. This is a beautiful card!!! Love the inside of it too.

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