Wednesday, March 3, 2010

More Teresa Collins Goodness!!!

I have another Teresa Collins Project to share with you tonight. The Chic Bebe Girl papers are so versatile!!! This little wall hanging is so easy to make and would be perfect for a gift ensemble including a card and a scrapbook page or whatever you are inspired to make!

Supplies:
Teresa Collins Long Tags Paper
Black Cardstock
American Crafts Thickers
Kaiser Craft Bling
Ribbons and Lace
Chipboard

I have another Teresa Collins Project to share with you tonight. The Chic Bebe Girl papers are so versatile!!! This little wall hanging is so easy to make and would be perfect for a gift ensemble including a card and a scrapbook page or whatever you are inspired to make!

Supplies:
Teresa Collins Long Tags Paper
Black Cardstock
American Crafts Thickers
Kaiser Craft Bling
Ribbons and Lace
Chipboard

Carefully cut out the inside of the flourish from the tag with an exacto knife. Select a photo that will fit behind the flourish and glue to the back side of the tag. Mount the tag onto chipboard. Cover the back side of the chipboard with a piece of black cardstock that is large enough to add a border around the front side of the tag. Punch two holes in the upper corners with a Cropodile or heavy duty hole punch. Add ribbon to hang. Embellish with lace, Thickers, ribbon and florals.

Floral Tutorial

Supplies:
Patterned Paper
1 1/2 inch hole punch
Liquid Glue
Tim Holtz Rock Candy Distress Stickles
Bling
Punch two circles from patterned paper.
Fold your circles in half.
Then, in half again.
Use the folds to make random pleats in the circles as shown.

Continue making pleats around the entire circle
You will want to pleat one circle more than the other so it is slightly smaller in circumference.
Add a spot of glue to the larger flower.
Place the smaller circle on top and wait a few minutes for the glue to dry.
Coat both layers of the flower with Rock Candy Distress Stickles.
Once the flower is coated, it becomes easy to work with. Use your fingers to mold the layers so they have a nice uneven wavy look.
Wait for the stickles to dry.
and add a bling flower center.
If you have any questions about the flowers, please send me an email at klockart@msn.com and I will be happy to answer them!!!

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful evening!!!

10 comments:

sewingseeds4U said...

Those Teresa Collins papers are so pretty. I love the pink and black...so crisp and romantic. And what fun, more flowers to create. Thanks for the inspiration.

Mara... said...

I love the flowers, Kristii!!! Thanks for the great tutorial, i'm going to try these for sure!!

Lea L. said...

This is darling Kristii! I am loving the new Teresa Collins papers...I went to my LSS to see if they got any in to no avail...so I guess I will have to order it online. Love it!

Lea

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

this is GORGEOUS Kristii!! I loveeeeeeeeeeeeeee those flowers....thanks for the how-to! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

Jocelyn said...

Love this Kristii...I just made the flowers with the book pages and they turned out perfect..I will be posting a LO with them next week and now I have another flower to play with!!!

Thanks for sharing and have a Blessed week!!!

Larajc said...

Thank you for the little tutorial, I hope to try these out real soon!

certifiedpaperfreak said...

those are very pretty papers. i love the flower tutorial. i'm new to your blog and i love it.
thanks for sharing the tutorial.

Mary Jo said...

Great tutorial!! :0)

Barbara said...

Love your flowers!!!! Thanks for telling us how you made them!!!


How is your winter going?

Leslee said...

I love the flowers too, Thanks for the demo on how to put them together. May have to try this out over the weekend.

Leslee