Sunday, August 24, 2008

Punched Oval Rose Bud Tutorial

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I love these oval punches from Stampin up they have so many uses. Heres a tutorial of a rose bud ive made from the small oval punch.I showed my Monday card ladies how to make this one..i hope you enjoy....Oh by the way while your here hop over and see my new recipe....Savory Seed Sprinkle.....mmmm they are very yummy.

These are the punches i used for this will need to punch:
3 small ovals
2 leaves
1 small daisy
1 mini spiral
and a strip for the stem.

Cut one of the ovals in half length ways. and cut the small daisy in half. Ink all the edges in black.

Using an embossing tool and pad draw a line down the center of the leaves and make a fold.
I also used deckle scissors to give that rough leaf edge. Use the larger embossing tool to shape one of the ovals working on the back.

Working on the front of the 2 half ovals give these some shape with the large emboss tool.
Attach some foam tape to the back of the shaped oval.

Stick this onto the second oval allowing the top of the base oval to peep over the top. Glue on the mini spiral using a toothpick and a very small amount of glue.

Keeping the straight edge of the half ovals facing outwards glue these onto the full oval.
Glue on the half daisy to the base of your flower.

Glue the leaves to the can see the wet glue here....remember to use a toothpick and very small amounts of glue to keep everything tidy. This is the finished rose bud ready to add to you cards. enjoy.....Valita

and a last thought

God has given each of you special abilities;
Be sure to use them to help each other,
Passing on to others God's many
kinds of blessings.
1Peter 4:10


Denise ~ Paper Ponderings said...

Wow, wow, wow...oh my gosh...this is just lovely!!!

retiredheather said...

You are so creative. This is a great one for anyone to do. Thanks for the tutorial.

Lori said...

Amazing - simply amazing! I too love the SU punches. But more importantly - I love coming to your blog because of your "last thought" and the tunes you've got loaded up to your site. Beautiful witness! - Lori

Mada said...

Wow, I'm speechless!

Valita you're so creative and talented and we are blessed you're sharing all that with us. Your tutorials make everything look so simple and logic. :)

This card is fabulous and I will certainly try to do a rose even if I don't have an oval punch :)

Thank you so much for all you're teaching us [and that includes the "last thoughts" too].

ChrissyM said...

Pretty as always! You always amaze me with your creations!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing your great ideas! The rose is really beautiful!

SewDelish said...

Your latest card is stunning.

I have given you an award on my blog. You can come and pick it up here.

Monica-FC said...

it is amazing what you come up with using punches. i would love to see more of this. that was just to groovy and so interesting with punches.

Anonymous said...

I am so in love with your work. This is a beautiful tutorial!

Monica-FC said...

I made 2 of these roses with the punches as i just loved them sooo much. my version is on my blog. I just want to say thank you so much as i enjoyed doing these and hope to see more in future. :)

Heather the Mooselover said...

Incredible project! Thanks for sharing. I LOVE punches too!

liannallama said...

so pretty and so very clever! Love it!

Olivia Campos-Mulligan said...

You are brilliant! You created a simple tutorial that looks so much more complex to do. And, using the deckle scissors to create the texture on the leaves...excellent! Really nice job!

Olivia Mulligan

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