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08/31/2010

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Lyssa,
How cute!! I have had that silly scalloped circle die for a couple of months now and I haven't even used it yet!!! What Ihave I been doing??? well, new catty, new mini just to name a few!
Thanks for the pics!
Dawn

More, more, more!

Great tutorial. I will definitely try this! Thanks for all of your inspiration. I'm loving your blog for demos, too!

http://willrun4stamps.blogspot.com/

Brilliant. I love the "I can't believe I didn't think of that" ideas.

I can't believe you didn't spray them with "shimmer spray"!

Thank you for the great Photo Tutorial. I'd love it if you did more tutorials like this. Thanks for all your inspiring projects.

Gwen

Jane, I did think of Shimmer Spray, but the rubbing alcohol dries too quickly. Plus, you're manipulating them with your fingers, you'd be COATED in the stuff ; )

Great idea and tutorial! Love your instructions. You could always use the shimmer spray after you scrunch them :)

Lyssa,
Fantastic idea! I love the tutorial, educational, but whimsical! You have a delightful presentation style that shows in your written demonstration! The only better would be a video! Please share these with us more often!

Thanks Lyssa! Awesome tutorial, and surely would love to see more! Love your style! TFS

So cute and looks so easy! I love your prose too - cracked me up!

How do you attach the flower to things? Be it a scrapbook page or a paper bag, or whatever?

TFS!!

Jenny, dimensionals are best, because they have the flexibility to grab an uneven surface. Mini Glue Dots are my second choice. Sticky Strip would work, too, as long as you had enough of a flat surface on the bottom of your flower for it to really grab. HTH!

Lyssa,
These are adorable you and your blog rocks!

Lyssa, this is a great tutorial! TFS your creativity with us...

Lyssa,
I just tried one of these last night and oh my how FUN they are! SOOO easy! I was giggling the whole while I was making it cuz it was so adorable. I used crumb cake CS, and the center was one of the retired choc chip (I think?) corduroy buttons. I then sponged on some champaign shimmer paint while it was still wet. SOOOO pretty!! AND what I love about these is that when they dry they are very firm! I've seen other tutorials (since yours here) that actually distress and break down the paper fibers then you crinkle it rather than getting it wet to crinkle it. I haven't tried that technique, but they wouldn't harden and hold their shape like these do. Thanks so much for helping me find a new addicting technique!! :)

Jenny

Lyssa, I LOVE this! Thanks so much for all the work you do and then freely share!

I'm so far out of the loop....this looks awesome! Can't wait to try it!

Hi Lyssa! I just stumbled onto your blog today and have already found two of your tutorials to be fabulous! I can see I will learn a lot from you and look forward to visiting many times. I love making my own flowers so this tut is exactly what I was looking for. I also saw a scalloped circle wrapped with twine on CAS-ual Fridays and found your tut for that too! Awesome!!! Thank you so much!
Ellen

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