Sunday, April 10, 2011

Paper Blossom Tutorial-Lilies

As promised in yesterday's post, I created a tutorial on how I created the Lilies in my card from yesterday.  To use some more of the blossoms, I also created a very simple scrapbook page of my Grandchild. I love this photo her mother took of her.  I just want to grab and cuddle her right now!  (The elements on the page really aren't crooked.  I did some tweaking in my photoshop and the page is slightly tilted.  I am not sure why I felt the need to explain other than it was bothering me after I loaded it on this post)

McGills Paper Blossom Punches and Tool Kit
Cloud 9 Design Chocolate Swirl Paper
Colorbok Pink Retro Flowers Paper
Making the Grade Cricut Cartridge
Stampin-Up ink and marker-Rose Red
Diamond Stickles

I also created another card with a familiar theme for a lady at work that is retiring at the end of this month.  This used up the rest of the lilies I had created yesterday.

Before I share the video tutorial I want to remind all my readers that I have a very special gift for everyone that takes the time to visit my stamp site, share my site on their blog post or social networking site and leaves a comment that they did.  All will be given a free digi stamp of their choice.  The selection is going to grow in the next few days, but if you see one you would like to own please mention it along with your email address in your comment after linking.  I will be sending them out after this promotion is over with.  Please take a moment and pop over there.  Look around at the stamps I have to offer.  As always, I offer free shipping on my rubberstamps too.  Also, if you would like to become a follower (this is not mandatory) I would be very honored.  Here's the link:  Shelley Bean Stamps

And now the video tutorial.  I hope it helps you in making your own paper blossoms!


sandyh50 said...

great video, those are awesome lilies. I want to go try to make some now!

Kraftychick said...

These are beautiful flowers and you did an excellent video - will be trying these soon! TFS!

scrapbookingforfun said...

You made this really easy to follow!! I will be trying it this week! Thank-you very much for taking the time to teach us how to make the lillies.

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