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About Me

Married to my soulmate with 2 beautiful girls,and our English Springer Spaniel, Suki. Living a country life in Cambridgeshire, whilst baking, gardening, and photographing our daily lifes, where they find a place on my scrapbook pages.

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My little place on the web

This blog is just that, my little place on the web.You will find my daily (or not so daily, hehe)life, my love for my new vegetable garden, baking, photography and my scrapbooking!

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My Scrapbooking

Scrapbooking is a way of life for me now.It has been for over 4 years. I love journaling, taking photos of my family and love colour and texture, these are all part of my everyday life and scrapbooking.

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Flower Tutorial - Layering

blogged by me domestic goddess On 1/22/2010 01:20:00 PM
I thought it would be fun to have a look at our stash; of which we all have lots of!, and turn the scraps of paper, odd buttons and the mix of flowers sitting in a jar , and turn them into a new embellishment.





Go grab : Punches ie : circle, scallop small, paper scraps any weight, buttons and mulberry flowers in co-ordinating colours, twine, and if you have some bits of lightweight chipboard go get them too.


Lets punch a scallop and a circle in different pattern papers; I am using MME papers





Now rough up the edge of the circle with the edge of your scissor.






Scrunch the paper circle and scallop like we did in flower tutorial part 1





Grab a button and thread and tie the twine through the button.




Using glue dots, stick your button to the mulberry flower.



Pop the circle onto your scallop



Now using a glue dot or adhesive of your choice stick the 2 components together

Viola! How easy is that, and you have a new embellie to use on cards and scrapbook pages. I have added chipboard to the bottom layer for added dimension, and also just used a circle for a smaller embellishment.




Do share your creations, just post a comment below leaving a link.
Finally, here is a sneak peak of a layout I will be teaching at my crop this weekend. I am using Kaisercraft Christmas range.





Hope you are all having a great Friday
Hugs and thanks for stopping by

Anna x
PS: thanks for your comments re day 15 365 photo, it has really given me some food for thought!
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7 Response to 'Flower Tutorial - Layering'

  1. Wati Basri Said,
    http://scrappingtonight.blogspot.com/2010/01/flower-tutorial-layering.html?showComment=1264170444881#c5795243006906286678'> 2:27 PM

    thanks for sharing...great idea!

     

  2. Caterina Said,
    http://scrappingtonight.blogspot.com/2010/01/flower-tutorial-layering.html?showComment=1264180413123#c2927031767458203118'> 5:13 PM

    THANKS!!!!
    These tutorial are very great! thank you for sharing!

     

  3. Anonymous Said,
    http://scrappingtonight.blogspot.com/2010/01/flower-tutorial-layering.html?showComment=1264185926581#c4894840018455511999'> 6:45 PM

    sorry to hear that you are feeling low at the moment Anna-hope you feel better soon.Love reading your blog! Beverley

     

  4. sherree Said,
    http://scrappingtonight.blogspot.com/2010/01/flower-tutorial-layering.html?showComment=1264192779728#c5941778723913965973'> 8:39 PM

    love the tutorial I think I will make some tonight :)

     

  5. suebaru Said,
    http://scrappingtonight.blogspot.com/2010/01/flower-tutorial-layering.html?showComment=1264196042529#c602905301225366649'> 9:34 PM

    I think there'll be a fight for your scallop punches on Sunday! xxx

     

  6. Becky Said,
    http://scrappingtonight.blogspot.com/2010/01/flower-tutorial-layering.html?showComment=1264410646619#c1670515934823297943'> 9:10 AM

    These are lovely! Want to make some now, only I am at work! Thanks for all these wonderful tutorials - I am really enjoying them. Roll on 5pm (it's only 9.10am now)!

     

  7. Christiane Said,
    http://scrappingtonight.blogspot.com/2010/01/flower-tutorial-layering.html?showComment=1264433159598#c8302807554966766130'> 3:25 PM

    absolutely gorgeous!! have to try this!!
    tfs!!