Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Paper Flower

Here the video that I promise a few weeks ago on how to make these flower with a piece of 3x3 designer paper. You will need 5 pieces of 3x3 designer paper to make one flower.


The cake is a photo that I took at the Stampin'Up convention in July. I didn't make this cake but I found out how to make the flowers and made a video to show how to make the flowers. Enjoy!
PS  I found out that the cake was made by Judi and she was one of the Artisan Award. 

France Martin
France Martin

It's me Frenchie with a little french accent living in the United States, that loves to create and share paper crafting. Hope I inspired you to create your own creation with paper. Thank you for stopping by. Come again soon!

7 comments:

  1. Great Job on the Video France! So easy to make I would never had thought that.

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  2. love your video. I sat here and made the flower with you.... now I have to get out the glue and do a full flower.... thank you for sharing your wonderful creativity

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  3. I did it. I can't tell you how excited I am....lol I ended up using red line tape and it worked just fine. Thank you again for the video

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  4. your video is awesome...I have seen the directions printed, but you make it look so easy.

    The creator of the cake is Jodi...and here is her link
    http://stampwithjodie.typepad.com/my_weblog/2010/08/artisan-blog-hop-3d-project-2.html

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  5. WOW WOW!! Absolutely GORGEOUS!!! Love these flowers and the cake is FANTASTIC!!! Thank You so much for the video... I'm glad "flowerbug" had you link...I'm following you.

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  6. Thank You for making this excellent video. I cannot wait to try this flower. Thank YOU! More please!

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  7. Merci France... Je crois que le gâteau est un des "Artisan Award" winners qui l'a fait. Merci encore pour le beau tutoriel!
    Bonne semaine!

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