Wednesday, 15 January 2014

Book print flowers- Tutorial

Hello Crafty People!!

What a great response we are getting from all of you as it is our just few days old Challenge. Thanks a lot for all your love and support. Really a new year full of blessings and new challenges.

As I promise in my previous post that I will give a tutorial on my Book print flowers...so here I am...


I am going to share 3 types of flowers here.
All you need first are some old magazine papers. Cut them in different sizes or you can use your flower dies.

Some papers
Cut outs


Flower no.1 Flowers for my bag. Take 5 different size flowers cutouts and distress them with Vintage photo and Walnut Stain distress inks ( available at Kraftzone or you can pre order too). Spry water n mists them.



 When they will dry assemble them (bigger to small) n add pearls. (available at Kraftzone )  Distress the edges of the flowers. You can glitter them as shown on my bag or leave them as they are in below pic.


Flower no.2. Just crunch the die cuts. No need of distressing n misting.

After crunching
Now just assemble all the cut outs. Add pearls. Again used 5 cutouts (big to small) to make these flowers. They will look like this..


Now...flower no.3 . Again used 5 layers for flowers. This time take them in your palm one by one and press them in center with the help of back of water brush/pen. Glittered them on the top of every petal.



When glitter become dry.....glue them from center n add rhinestones (available at Kraftzone )


You can use other distress inks too for distressing the flowers.



 Hope you all like these flowers as it is my first attempt. :) Enjoy making and please leave a comment if you like my work. Thanks. :) :)

 P.S.- Sorry for the bad picture quality. :(




14 comments:

  1. Ruchi, Thanks a lot for a beautiful tutorial...gonna try some today ....:)
    Happy crafting....

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  2. Beautiful flowers...and thanks for the tutorial..love it all.

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  3. awesome tutorial ruchi... love all..

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    1. Thanks to you too for giving me this opportunity. :)

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  4. Love your Flowers Ruchi ..Very very pretty !! And Thanks for sharing the tutorial ..Will definitely give this a try :)

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  5. wow... pretty flowers... will surely try dese out... thanks fr d tutorial di.. :)

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    1. Thanks Nikki...you are always welcome. :)

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  6. Love the distressed and glittered ones...
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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    1. OMG! ....thanks a ton Sonia. Feel special Doc. :)

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  7. <3 lovely flowers...waiting fr the day i can make smthing pretty like these...thnx fr the tut...vl defintly try..

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