Married to the love of my life, and soul mate that I should have found the first time around, after 11 years of marriage he still makes my heart go **THUMP THUMP** we have one daughter that is 17 I am an accountant and have a full time job here in town and I also help my husband with his business. I live in North Carolina.I LOVE to scrapbook and have started a Fan page on Facebook to introduce myself out there to try to get a little spending money on the side to support my scrapbooking addiction. I call it Scrap Your World, which I work out of my Scrapbook house my husband built for me. I specialize in premade scrapbook pages,scrapbook albums, handmade cards of all occasions, baby shower decor and gifts such as diaper cakes,baby wreaths,gift baskets and washcloth lolipops. Contact me if you are ever in need of something special at firstname.lastname@example.org or this blog.
Hi Ladies, I have been having so much fun today crafting. I hope you did too!! I made these cute flowers today for the top of an explosion box I was making, so I thought I would do a tutorial on how to make them. I have pictures and instructions, and I also did a video.... oh my gosh did I say video... Well this was my VERY first time trying to attempt the video thing. I'm not sure how to make the video so you can see everything without my big hands getting in the way, and the gnat that kept flying around me ( I had the door open while I was working today because it was SOOO nice outside). But I promise I will get better at it. Practice, practice, practice RIGHT? So I will put the video on here only if you promise not to laugh to hard at my bad blurry hands,my Southern draw, or at one point you cant see what Im doing because I got off camera...... so do you still want to see it???? Just know that the finished product is something you are going to want to get your hands in. So enjoy.
First punch eight circles from patterned paper.
fold and hot glue a pleat into seven of the circles. Fold the last circle into quarters, then open flat. Then hot glue a pleated circle to the center of the open quartered circle. Add the other pleated circles layering each one around the base circle to get the flower look. Add an expoxy sticker, bead, or brad in the center and you are done. I am having a hard time posting the video. So I think I will try it in a seperate post.