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Sunday, September 20, 2015

Spellbinders 'Create-A-Flower' Camellia Tutorial

Hello Blog Friends - the weeks seem to fly by so quickly and the weekends even quicker - do you find it that way - or its it just me! LOL!  It is Sunday evening and I can't think of all I have done this week - or maybe it is a sign of getting older - but we won't go there! LOL!


I thought I would share a quick tutorial using one of the Create-a-Flower Dies Camellia Spellbinders® Shapeabilities® Die D-Lites.  Don't you just love how realistic they can look - and believe me, they are not as complicated as you might think to create. 

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Preferred Partners Products:
Other: Black Cardstock; liquid glue; patterned paper



1. Cut the row of three petals nine (9) times using Captivating Coral cardstock and the Grand Calibur Die Cutting and Embossing Machine.
2. Using the Tool'n One and Stylus tip shape each petal.
 Note: it is best to use the Stylus on a foam mat.

3. Starting with the largest petal, glue five to the points on the Disc Floret Base,  Create a second layer with the next four.
4. Repeat using the medium petals followed by the small.

5. Cut/emboss two leaves using Pixie Play cardstock, along with one Disc Floret in green.
6. Adhere the leaves to the underneath of the flower using liquid glue
7. Adhere the Disc Floret over the base of the flower and leaves; using liquid glue.
8. Adhere to project as desired


















Designer Tip: The leaves can be curved inwards to form a bud or partially open flower or curved outwards, leaving a few petals on the inside forward to create a more realistic flower.

You can see the Create-A Flower Range HERE.  For a visual tutorial, click How to Make a Paper Camellia Flower video.

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5 comments:

  1. Nice tutorial on flowers. The days and hours race by.

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  2. Oooooo, I love it. I pinned. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/415386765609886692/

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  3. Older - what does that mean??? Love your camellia Linda, they are blooming here at the moment and I love them.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  4. The lovely colour of the flower you have made, just sets the card. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  5. Beautiful, thank you for tutorial. You should do a video for this.
    Di B.

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