Week of October 28th, 2012

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Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Sue Helfrich from Provocraft and her fabulous flower bouquets!

We are so pleased to have Sue Helfrich and her beautiful flower bouquets to show you today!



Sue Helfrich has been with Provo Craft for nearly four years, and is currently their Sample Projects Manager.  She designs and creates projects, manages a design team, catalogs all of our projects and makes sure that all of the projects created are delivered on time!  The job that she enjoys the most is seeing all of the wonderful projects that the design team sends in, and is constantly amazed with what these talented ladies can do with Provo Craft products.

Sue’s favorite Provo Craft products include Cricut, Cricut Imagine, Cuttlebug and Yudu—she truly loves them all!

When Sue was presented with the challenge of creating ten dozen Mother’s Day bouquets, she did her research to make sure she created the most beautiful 3D flowers possible.  We all think they turned out just about perfect!

Check them out below:



Sue provided us with some great instructions to make these flower bouquets:


Flower Bouquet
Bring a smile to a loved one’s face with this beautiful bouquet!

Materials:
Cricut® Personal Electronic Cutter
Cricut® Forever Young cartridge
Cricut Cake® Cake Basics cartridge
Coordinating cardstock and patterned paper
Floral stems: green
Brads or buttons
Long nose pliers
Piercing tool
Hot glue gun
Glue dots 

Cartridge Cuts:
Forever Young cartridge
five 4", one 3", one 2", one 1 ½"
Cake Basics cartridge
2" leaf

Designer Hints:
  1. The cuts listed above are for each individual flower, not for the entire bouquet. Multiply the listed cuts by the number of flowers you want to find out how many of each cut you need.
  2. You can change the 2" and 1 ½" flowers to other flowers for different looks. If desired, use other cartridges to find other flowers and leaves.
  3. Use one 4" flower as the base. Adhere the 3" flower to the bottom of the base. Fold the remaining 4" flowers in half and then half again. Adhere folded flowers so they hold their shapes. Adhere to base so tips meet in the center.
  4. Make a hole in the center of the flower using the piercing tool. Thread flower stem through hole. Bend ½" of the stem so it lays flat inside the flower.
  5. Adhere 2" and 1 ½" flowers together. Attach brad or button. Adhere flowers to base using hot glue gun.
  6. Adhere leaf to back of flower using glue dots.


Have you heard about our Cuttlebug bundle giveaway for this week?

Don't forget we are giving away an entire Cuttlebug bundle to one lucky winner!  This bundle includes the new Cuttlebug machine, quilling tool/kit (may be different than shown above) as well as alphabet dies and borders.

How can you win?

1) Leave a comment below about what you think about the paper flower craze - like it, want to try it, etc.. If you don't know how to leave a comment, check out this link from blogger which explains it all:  Blog Commenting
2) Subscribe or follow the blog.

Have a great day!
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cdaily28 said...

Love this would love to try it the flowers are GORGEOUS!!!

Sabina said...

Hello,
thank you for showing!
Sabina

Scrapper69 said...

The flowers were gorgeous! Thanks for sharing how she made them! :o)
Theresa

Brigitte said...

Very cool!!! Thanks for sharing!
brigitteetleschats at hotmail dot com

handmadebynarelle said...

i would love to win this bundle, thanks for sharing.

CRAZY4CHRIST said...

The flowers are gorgeous! I have made mini ones using a punch but nothing this detailed!!
sierrababy08 at hotmail dot com

Robin said...

Thank you Sue. Absolutely beautiful flowers.

Joan Smith said...

Wow..great flowers...I heart flowers too....and tnx so much for the great give away!!

Tracy said...

Gorgeous flowers!!

Lisa said...

my flowers never look as pretty as the ones online!

craftymom205 said...

Would love to try making the flowers.

craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

Lucy said...

I love flowers! These are gorgeous. I would love to make them. TFS and the chance to win such a fabulous prize :)

Jennifer Joshua said...

The flowers are lovely...Love to try them sometimes....

Krista said...

I need to get me one of those cuddlebugs! I have a lot of the texture plates and I just beat them with a hammer. After this project, the cuddlebug is moving to the top of the list of things to get :) TFS.

dm.brinker said...

Your flowers are fantastic. I will have to try these. thanks

Show Love-Make Cards said...

These are really pretty, anyway we could get a video? Maybe with a flower shoppe demo too? Happy Tuesday!

missyjax said...

Would love to win.
melissa

Ann said...

Love these flowers and have the cartridge needed so I should be good to go. Don't have the Cuddlebug so that would be a big addition to my crafting haul!
Mstgane
Ann

TanyaT said...

Thanks for saharing info about Sue! She is so talented. I have been in love with Cricut flowers forever! Thanks also for a chance to win the cuttlebug bundle...I've never tried quilling...sounds fun.

Sara said...

It's like you read my mind! I was trying to figure out just how they made them. So pretty! Thanks so much!

Sara
saracomely at gmail dot com
paperdaisychains.blogspot.com

Cathy said...

LOVE the flowers, I want to get the new Cricut cartridge Flower Shoppe. What I have seen so far , I love. I would also love to win the Cuttlebug bundle. Cardmaking has been a wonderful addition to my life.
mexicopetshop at hotmail dot com

Debbie (from Sugar Land) said...

I love the new paper flowers craze - I'm not much for lumpy pages, but love them on cards, wreaths, and bouquets. I'd love to win that cuttlebug bundle, too.

Laney's Legacy's said...

Wow they flowers are just lovely, thanks for sharing.

later tater,
laney

Lynda said...

I think the flowers are absolutely beautiful! Definitely something I would love to try in the near future! Thanks for sharing!

~Lynda
rlhamm1 at gmail dot com
lyndascreativetouches.blogspot.com

Kim said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the flowers!!! I would really love to try these!!!

Kim

DIANA L. said...

I got one of those gorgeous flowers that she made and I absolutely love it. I wanted to take it apart to figure out how it was made. Now, I don't have to thank you for the instructions

Dianne said...

What a great idea. would love to give it a try. Thanks for sharing.

Dianne said...

What a great idea. would love to give it a try. Thanks for sharing.

Dianne said...

What a great idea. would love to give it a try. Thanks for sharing.

Jeannene said...

Love the flowers. Would like to win so I can make these beautiful bouquets!!

Anonymous said...

The flowers are beautiful. I love to put flowers on everything! Would love to win.

cathyaust@hotmail.com

Rochelle said...

I love paper flowers, always have. I remember making tissue paper flowers as a child. These beautiful flowers seem to be a mature version of my childhood love!

Rebecca Geile said...

These look really good!

Amie said...

Absolutely love these paper flowers! I like to use them on my thank you cards. They are an embellishment with a lot of impact. Thank you so much Sue!

Clare D. said...

I love flowers! thanks for the instructions and the chance to win! I am so excited about the Cuttlebug quilling folders! cjdempsey9 at msn dot com

zafira said...

I have a huge jar of cut out flowers next to the tv and i sit and make them up when I have time. I have been using them on some photo albums i have made from recycled prescription bags (see my facebook page for pics) I used mothers day bouquet cartridge
janet d

Granny Anne said...

Love the flowers. I printed this out for future use.

Works From The Attic by Linda said...

The flowers are beautiful, they add so much to any project!
Linda Marino

cory72564 said...

What a great giveaway. Thanks for the great ideas.

anet said...

They are fabulous. I can't wait to try these out! Thanks for sharing!

Ashley said...

I love these! Thanks so much for the directions.

Carol Amie said...

Love the paper flowers. Always enjoy a chance for a fun giveaway, too. Random question though: I subscribe through a yahoo account (because that's the one I read all day, every day) but comment through a google one (because it's easier). Am I still eligible for giveaways that way?

sewlynn said...

Love the beautiful flowers. Would love to win the cuttlebug!!!!

Caroll Brammer said...

I've always loved using flowers on my projects. They never go out of style! These are great!

Sylvia said...

The are adorable and the Cuttlebug is so cute!
I have Cuttlebug templates but no Cuttlebug...yet. Thanks for the chance to win!

SueM said...

Can't wait to make these flowers! Loving the Cuttlebug offer!!

jenniferjay said...

I have never tried quillng, but I would love to. The flowers are beautiful and I am going to try them. I really hate to buy them a lready made... they are super expensive and I would rather do my own anyway! Thanks for the instruction!

Jules said...

I'm addicted to flower making. Can't wait to try these. Thanks for sharing.


zoebeandesign.blogspot.com

rhonda said...

I love these flower bouquets! I am hoping to try to make one. Thanks for the great instructions.

scrapdiva said...

The flowers are beautiful. It would be nice if we could see a better picture of the finished product.

Rachel said...

I love all the flowers! I want to make some! What a great prize to win!!

Rachel
rachelegreer@gmail.com

Bonita said...

Lots a flowers. So pretty. Thanks

Sharon D. said...

Love the flowers. Thanks for showing how to make them. I would love to have the new cuttlebug and the extras. I hope this will be my lucky day.

4Ucards said...

I think this is the best thing that has happen for the papercrafting community. I just love flowers and enjoy the whole process of making them. I can't wait to make a bouquet for my craft nook. Great bundle!

gwood said...

I love the way you can match your flowers to what ever you are making with making your own. Just another personal touch.

MS808 said...

Absolutly amazing! Great idea!

kate said...

What fantastic flowers! And you could coordinate them to any theme that you needed - easier than you might be able to with the real thing! Thanks!!

nancywarner said...

I have made flowers before but these are so much better. Thanks for sharing the directions.

Linda said...

The flowers are lovely. I have yet to try it, maybe in the near future.

dori said...

Lovely flowers! I would be pulling my hair out though, if I had to make that many!

Renee howe said...

I think the flowers are so neat. I cant wait to try them

LaLa said...

Love the floers! I'm going to give them a try! TFS!

~Lauren
queen_lade at yahoo.com
scrappinwithlala.blogspot.com

Marilyn said...

Thank you so much for posting this information. My daughter and I just finished making 21 flowers for a bridal shower which turned out awesome, however these look wonderful! Will have to try these next time.

meredemaison said...

I love the 3-D quality of these flowers and would love to use them on my projects!

Tanik said...

I love the beautiful flowers in the bouquet. My passion is making 3D flowers for layouts and printers trays.

Anonymous said...

Paper Flower Craze = LOVE IT! (Am part of it!)

Courtneyfromks at gmail dot com

spelsue said...

Beautiful flowers. I remember when my grandmother used to make dimensional paper flowers...she would have loved the cricut!

Martha S said...

I've made some paper flowers but nothing like the ones Sue's made! Beautiful!

Carol T said...

The flowers are beautiful. Thanks for sharing the instructions.

Carol T

Gloria Westerman said...

Beautiful flowers!!!

McBDesigns said...

I'm not a "flower person" and make mostly cards, so I shy away from the 3-D. But, my hands are just itching to make some pretty flowers since I've seen so many on the blogs lately. As I was looking at Sue's flowers I was reminded how excited my blog friends were when they received them. My precious friend is going through a rough time emotionally right now --- I think she needs a bouquet!! Thanks for the inspiration!!

Cathy said...

I am a longtime subscriber and I do appreciate all of your creative efforts. Thanks for continuing to educate us!
MCF's Mimi

Andrea said...

Flowers are beautiful!! Will have to get together with my Cricut co-owner and make a bunch. Thanks for the great directions.

Lady Fair said...

Sue's flowers are amazing. I've made paper flowers, but no where near as gorgeous as Sue's. TFS!
lflinesatcomcastdotnet

Claudia said...

I love flowers, real, paper, all of them. I would enjoy seeing new ways to make them.
claudiamatzke at hotmail dot com

Elaine said...

Wow! They sound so easy to do. I would never have thought that. There's a weekend project for me.

TeresaK said...

Such beautiful flowers! Nice to have some tips on making them. Thanks to Sue for sharing!
Teresa K

Betsy said...

WOW! Those flowers are gorgeous! Would love to give them a try!!!

Scott said...

Awesome, thanks for sharing, would love to try it.

catnap said...

I love paper flowers and definitely want to try making them. So many ways to use them and so many options for varying the shapes and colors.

Scott said...

Awesome! Thanks for sharing!

catnap said...

I read your emails every day!

lanagram said...

Thanks for sharing with us. I will see if I can bloom with these flowers... :-) thanks

Sweetdrops45 said...

I lover trying out new things in which I love making cards or doing other things with plowers. so I would love to have some of those flowers to see what I can create.
Thanks

Josie0602 said...

Her flowers were so pretty!!! Thank you for posting how they were made. Just my luck: I dont have Forever Young!

littlen said...

beautiful flowers. great idea. tfs.

bboo said...

love the paper flowers!!!! I grow all sorts of perrenials in my yard and take lots of picture. This sure would make life easier than cutting out by hand! Cant wait to own one! I would also love to win the cuttlebug. It looks like that could be a really fun tool also.bboo49251

Joy said...

I would love to try my hand at layered flowers. I also say a flower cut with a die and then heated with a heat tool to give it dimension. It looked really cool.

cheryl chandler said...

I have started making paper bougets and arrangements for folks at the hospital or at home. They will last forever and due to certain illnesses paper is best! I love new ideas!

Pammejo said...

Wow, I don't have a Cuttlebug, this would be a fabulous win, would love to try making some of those flowers, TFS. pammejo1@yahoo.com

GailBDevlin said...

Am very new to card making and Cricut so any help in adding to my meager list of equipment and supplies would be welcome. GailBDevlin@hotmail.com

Jamie said...

I LOVE the flower craze!!! I have always loved making the flowers and the many different wats to make them!!!

Janet said...

I love this. Thanks for letting me enter. I would love to make these. You gave me such great ideas.... Janet

Stephanie A said...

These flowers are beautiful. Thank you to Sue for sharing your tips!

Betsy said...

Would love to have your talent! The Cuttlebug kit is just what I want!

BethAnne said...

I am loving the "Flower Craze" - can't wait to make some of these from paper. Would love a Cuttlebug!

bhadder at mei dot net

Anonymous said...

The flowers are really pretty. I'd would like to thank Sue for her instructions as I would really like to try and make them in the near future.

Bev E said...

Wonderful Flowers! I have used flowers mostly on cards but these are so much more detailed. Love them.

bskt4holly said...

Love the flowers. Beautiful for scrapbook pages but also for gift toppers:) Thanks for the giveaway:)

Stephanie said...

I love all of the flowers. I try to make a lot of them. I especially love Flower Shoppe for the rolled up middle for the flowers. Diane, Capadia Designs, made a pattern with Accent Essentials for that but I don't have that cart. She also posted instructions to make these beautiful flowers (her take on it) and I love them too. So thanks for the great instructions.

joanieg said...

These flowers are gorgeous and I would love someday to make them! Flowers bring joy to ones life whether real or paper! Thanks for sharing and inspiring us. Would love to win a Cuttlebug!

Amy said...

Wow, thanks for the directions for the flowers! And thanks for the chance to win the Cuttlebug bundle.

quiltn6897@aol.com said...

Beautiful flowers and they won't die! Thanks for sharing. Would love to win the Cuttlebug bundle.

Elsie said...

Oh my goodness!!!! I have to make centerpieces for a quinceanera in the Fall. I was planning to buy some flowers, but this will be perfect! I can't wait to try them out. Thank you!!!

Janice said...

That would surely be fun to try! Thanks for sharing!

Anne said...

Thanks. Would love to win this bundle

Anne

aelem @ aol dot com

Anonymous said...

Hello,

The flowers are beautiful and my favorite items to create. IMHO a flower always gives a card pizazz.

Wow, a Cuttlebug bundle giveaway... I've been wanting a Cuttlebug for awhile. Thanks for the opportunity to win it.

Best, Mary

Grmarose said...

Exciting! Loved the flowers! I enjoy seeing all the great ideas.

carmen said...

TFS..can't wait to make these flowers :) They are beautiful!

MaryAnn said...

Gorgeous flowers and a tutorial is always helpful for sizing etc.

Wow what a great prize, I always wanted a cuttlebug.

Brenda Moore said...

Sue's flower design is great, I wouldn't have thought of few folding some of the layers. Cuttlebug quilling tool makes great flowers too!

1jazzymimi said...

Anxious to attempt to make these lovely floral bouquets! Thanks for sharing.

mimi said...

Nice !! I want to try making flower too.

surfnfroggie said...

I want to try this these flowers are fabulose. Thanks you for doing this giveaway. I have been wanting the cuddle bug, I just can't justify the purchase. I have the original big press style Sizzix.

surfnfroggie

IRW Dana said...

So many wonderful flowers. Thanks for sharing the tips.
papermemories4u@ yahoo.com

Firecracker said...

Love the flowers, they are gorgeous. I would love to try to make them. Thanks for a chance to win.
Christine
chrick88 at yahoo dot com

Carol T said...

I love the flowers. This would be a great birthday present for my mother in law. Who has lung problems & real flowers would bother her breathing. Thanks for the instruction.

Jilliene Designs said...

I love these flowers. I have to make them!

Mandee said...

I really like the flowers! They look so real! Thanks for sharing!

Mandee

Miranda said...

Flowers are beautiful! Thanks for sharing the instructions! Think I may have to give it a go! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!
Miranda :)
http://www.nanasscrapspot.blogspot.com
mlenclade at g mail dot com

Beverly said...

Those flowers are beautiful! They could be used so many ways! Thanks for the chance to win the Cuttlebug bundle. I'm keeping my fingers crossed!

Carissa said...

Great giveaway. Thanks for sharing the flower recipe. I can't imagine making 10 dozen bouquets - yikes.

Erin said...

I'm thinking how great it would be to make matching flowers for an invitation, party decoration and cake decoration!

Ronnie said...

Love the flowers. Thanks for the how to , will have to try .

Rita said...

What s great giveaway!!! The flowers were beautiful, and will be bookmarked for future reference~

Barbara Adcock said...

Love the flowers! Awesome bundle...would love to win this one.

katieo said...

Thank you for the giveaway. And for introducing us to Sue. The flowers are beautiful. Wouldn't they look great in a holiday wreath?

Julie said...

I love the flower craze. I am going to have to try making them. Thanks Sue for sharing your secrets. Thanks for the chance to win.

Julie
julie_ataylor1@msn.com

Northwoodszoo said...

Love, love, love the florals -- possibilities are endless as to what one can do with them. And a Cuttlebug, yea!! I don't think life will be complete without one...

AShu93 said...

I think the flowers are pretty, but I think they're a bit too chunky for cards that I mail & scrapbook pgs. There seem to be a lot of carts that are just flowers & they all seem kind of the same to me. I

Brenda said...

the flowers look amazing!! I would love to try it! even if I don't win, it's okay! I will still try to make the flowers! thanks for the tips!

Gregsgirl's crafty corner said...

I love the flower craze, I love anything with blooms that are bright and beautiful, thanks for the inspiration, would love to win this prize!

Penny Peck said...

I like the flower craze - lots of good ideas that makes one smile!

Look around the corner said...

oh this is so cool, i love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! thanks for sharing.

Eveline

Meralyn said...

Who doesn't love making flowers? Thanks for all the wonderful ideas. This bundle would be a great addition for a beginner Your blogs are extremely helpful to those of us just getting our feet wet.

Lucille said...

I just love the flower craze its fun creating your own flowers.

Mary said...

I just love flowers and these are so pretty. What inspiration!
I would love to win the bundle this week.

Amanda H said...

Beautiful flowers!!

divinecrone said...

All I can say is "Wow! Simply beautiful!" Definitely going on my project short list. Thanks for the chance to win...

Deanna said...

Wow, those flowers are beautiful. I have add this to my list of things to try out. Great directions, thanks.

Anonymous said...

I love the all the flowers and the fact that you are willing to share your "how-tos". Thank you!

mj

jiggles51 at aol dot com

minikeyb said...

Love this, I can't wait to try this out!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for showing us the beautiful flowers.

scrapbooknut67114 at gmail dot com

SuzieQ said...

I love these flowers. Will definitely have to try some of them. I can envision them on everything! Would love to win the Cuttlebug. Thanks for the chance.

suezoos1 at aol dot com

Short Scrapper said...

What a neat idea! I love how these turned out! I wouldn't have to worry about these dying. I could do something seasonal, couldn't I? Oh my, the ideas are flowing now!

Grannieking said...

As beautiful as a spring bouquet. Who wouldn't love to receive these?

Chris said...

Love these flowers! Can't wait to try them!
Chris

Susan from SC said...

I LOVED those flower bouquets! So beautiful! I need to make a bouquet and send it to my mother for her birthday! Good thing I have until November to work on it! :)

Karenduch said...

Would love to see a bouquet following the instructions. I think the flowers sound awesome, but I haven't tried making them yet. Hope you had a great 4th!

Lisa said...

oooh, oooh, oooh, a Cuttlebug! I want one of those!

Amanda said...

Great flowers!!!

Mizz Adamz said...

Paper flowers are so great for those of us who need to ship flowers over seas!

I'd love to have a Cuttlebug to help me make mine.

The Gov. said...

The flower are beautiful! . . . and how many bouquets!? Amazinig!

Anonymous said...

I think the flowers are absolutely flower-iscious! I love making flowers and these are beautiful. Thanks for sharing! Ciao db:)

ScrampingTita said...

Awesome flowers. I'm making some!

Snowmanlover said...

Oh la la! Love those flowers! I have the carts but no longer have a Cuttlebug and would love to have one again. I miss mine! Gorgeous flowers, love the directions!! Thanks!

Carol said...

Gorgeous flowers! TFS

♪♫♥ Charity Crafter ♪♫♥ said...

These are stunning x I am GAGGING! to try it! he! he! x Leigh x

MusicGeeks said...

I love to make layered paper flowers and the Cricut makes it SO easy (The Mother's Day bouquet has lots of flower choices). I especially like to add "unusual" materials for some of the layers: pages from old books, tulle, transparency paper, etc. -- it makes for very cool looking flowers.

Dawn said...

I want to make a flower bouquet. it would be great.

thanks

Crafting Katie said...

I see a peek of the beautiful blow bouquet that surprised me in the mail! Thanks, Sue! They really are gorgeous!!!

raggedyanna6 said...

I love the flowers! Thank you for the chance to win would be awesome and thank you for such great inspriation! I look forward to the emails everyday! Good luck everyone I know my fingers are crossed!
Missy
raggedyanna6@aol.com

Heather Jean said...

The flowers look great. Love the Cuttlebug. Thanks for sharing.

tremblayfam said...

Those flower are gorgeous. I would love a video or picture tutorial as I am having trouble figuring out all the steps! Would love to make flowers look this good!

Kards by Kathi said...

I am a long time subscriber and followers because I love all your projects and I want to make sure that I know when you put one up. I also am addicted to making flowers. I just bid on the Flower Shoppe cart and I would love to have the cuttlebug bundle as I have used mine so much that it is beginning to groan when I use it. Thanks so much.

RPylican said...

Beautiful flowers! Sue is so talented. Thanks for sharing with us.

Holly Sonney said...

WOW WOW WOW! Those flowers are absolutely amazing. I would love to try them!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful flowers! Sue is so talented. Thanks for sharing with us.

pruttybird said...

Beautiful flowers ... I think I just might have to attempt these ... she makes it look easy ... wish me luck :)

pruttybird at comcast dot net

Pat said...

These are so beautiful and FUN~! I remember making many a paper flower from tissue and crepe paper. I don't even think you can find the crepe paper in sheets anymore. I love using my cuttlebug to cut flowers for many purposes. I haven't used my cricket for this yet, but I have cut lots of foam to make flower layers and then attach them to flipflops with a brad. So easy, but it always gets a WOW! when I wear them!

julieodil said...

I love this new flower craze. It's so much fun to make your own! Thanks for the chance to win!

Crystal Nichols said...

I love the flowers, will have to try this out! I would absolutely love to win a cuttlebug.

Joni said...

Such a beautiful inspiration. Flowers are always in season.

BishopsMommie said...

loving the flower craze..I know I can't get enough of them myself!

Lyn said...

The Bouguet is beautiful. Have those carts so will have to try making some. Would love that Cuttlebug but I am not a winner. I keep trying hoping someday I will. Maybe this will be the time. Lynda

Sara said...

Thanks for sharing. I love the flowers!

jacgonz said...

Love, love the flowers! Awesome job and can't wait to try them out! Have a happy week!

jacgonz said...

Love, love flowers! My favorites, I put them on most of all my pages. I can't wait to make some, thanks for the ideas.

Nana Donna said...

Wow those flowers are awesome, my favorite things to make are flowers
http://nanadonnascarddreams.blogspot.com/

Wendy said...

I think the flowers are truly beautiful, and it's wonderful that they can be made with these Cricut products.

Wendy T.

myska said...

We just did a paper flower swap in our scrapbook group! It was such fun seeing the beautiful results of each person! We are all flower nuts now!

khattykathi said...

Would love to have this. I don't own a cuttlebug and have been wanting one. What a great project to try! thanks!

kbuksas at aol dot com

Alicia said...

Flowers are beautiful. I have only used punches to make flowers and these are stunning!

Daynene said...

I have seen these instructions before and absolutely love the design and have used it on many many occasions. Thanks for the giveaway as always. nenerscreations.blogspot.com

Tonya M said...

Those are amazing! I wish I had those cartridges.

tonyakrauth at yahoo dot com

Robin50 said...

These flowers are beautiful! I would love to try to make some.

chandale_berry said...

Now just who wouldn't love flowers? They are beautiful. Thanks for sharing. Thanks for the chance to win such a wonderful prize.

chandale_berry@yahoo.com

Gramjak said...

FLOWER POWER to the max!! I love flowers -- and this tutorial with tips is absolutely fantastic. Thanks so much for shasring this great project.
Can't wait to get started.
Flowers make cards and LOs freshness and SPARKLE!

stampnscrapwithme said...

I LOVE the 3D flowers. I am a big fan of paper quilling and can imagine the 3D flowers and quilling used in conjunction with each other. Thanks for sharing not only the pictures but also the great instructions.

kinderdi said...

Thanks for the great tutorial. I will see if I can find a flower on one my cartridges that will work for this. Love the look!

crotnem said...

I just love paper flowers. I would also love to win this prize pkg.
TFS

d said...

Very nice. thank you

SiskiyouSue said...

The flowers are gorgeous, but I doubt that I'll get too excited about making them. I don't use lots of thick embellishments on my cards usually.
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Carolee said...

These flowers are fabulous. Thanks for the details and the Cuttlebug offer.

Carolee said...

These are fantastic. Thanks for the details and the Cuttlebug offer.

SeaTF said...

The flowers are beautiful. Looking forward to trying some.

Vickie said...

Love your blog! I always look forward to seeing what you have made. I would so love to win that Cuddlebug Bundle. What a cool prize for one lucky follower :-) --Thanks!

TiaKeas said...

I love flowers, thank-you for giving out the instructions.

Em'smom said...

The flowers are awesome! I can't wait to try my hand at them! Thanks for sharing and the great give away!
Lori

Jessie said...

Oh my goodness, I love the flowers, and a chance to win a cuttlebug is great too! Thanks! jessio22@yahoo.com

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