Monday, May 3, 2010

Paper Flower Book

I'm working on a Paper Flower Technique Book so that I can remember how to do these easy to make flowers.

This is my cover and the outside is Acrylic that I have from Stampin' Up! I have also placed one of the flowers I made on the outside.

The lettering is cut from the Cricut Base Camp Cartridge using Stampin' Up! Whisper White Card stock.

The letters are placed on a background cut from Stampin' Up! card stock using the Tim Holtz Alterations Die Baroque and placed inside the acrylic. My face sheet is Designer Specialty Paper Sending Love from Stampin' Up!

These are a couple of the inside pages. I have several more to get up later and the rest of my art journal pages.

11 comments:

Maria Ontiveros said...

What a great idea!
Rinda

natacha said...

wow what a great idea
hugs natacha

Lizzie said...

This is a clever idea, Cheryl! I love to make paper flowers and have several designs of my own, that I really like (including something like your heart-petalled flowers).
There are some links on my blog, to blogs with instructions for lots of flowers, including a fabric flower tutorial, stacked paper flowers, a flower pinwheel and some origami flowers. Just click on the links in my "How to's and Tutorials" section, on the right hand side!

Cheryl said...

So very pretty,love the colours and your gorgeous flower......a very clever idea!!!
xx

Hetty said...

Zo dat is wel heel erg makkelijk en
het ziet er ook heel leuk uit

gr hetty

Dot said...

Good idea!! I am always forgetting how I did something.

Riet said...

What a gorgeous card Cheryl.

Hugs Riet.xx

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

What a beautiful make and take creation. Great way to remember and so beautiful too!!

Naomi said...

This is a wonderful idea! I often teach different flower techniques in my club, but have never thought to make a book just for them! Clever!

Connie Paxman said...

Awesome idea Cheryl...to make a book...How can we remember all these ideas...your little book cover is beautiful.
connie paxman

Colorado said...

Great idea!! Now I'm looking forward to seeing how to make all the other flowers!!! Love the little "heart" ones!