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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Making paper Hydrangeas with your heart punch

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Hi all, Happy spring! :) its a beautiful day out today Ive been for my walk and there's not a cloud in the sky! God has blessed us this week in so many ways but in particular with an understanding of a deeper faith in Him which i know will see us through future hardships in life, its like the ultimate light bulb has gone on especially for me and i know i can shine that back to my family and friends :)
I had a really nice day yesterday creating these Hydrangea flowers how gorgeous did the turn out! they look just like the ones in our back garden! and they are soooo easy to make. I use the heart punch from stampin up for the flowers and the leaves and glued a half pear in the centers. Ive coloured them with certainly celery in the center and bashful blue on the outsides.

Here is another version of the same flower but with a larger 1/2" circle center. I also use the 2 step bird punch wing and branch for the leaves in this spray of flowers and the wide oval to add some curly vines. Glitter to finish!

And don't these look great with just a single flower on the card!

all the products Ive used to make these cards and more are from Stampin up and can be purchased through me here. you can download a print out of this free tutorial here
and now watch the video ! enjoy and have a great day..
Blessings to you

and a last thought

"You, Lord, give perfect peace to those
who keep their purpose firm and
their trust in you"
Isiah 26:3







Making Paper Hydrangeas With Your Heart Punch

21 comments:

Merry said...

These are so pretty and I love the variety. Thanks so much for sharing the tutorial. Hope your day continues to be a wonderful one.

Andrea said...

Valita you are always coming up with great new ideas. I love your hydrangea. thanks for sharing and ahve a wonderful week

Monica-FC said...

well, I love how you use punches. way cool. love your blog and all the videos. thank you for sharing with us as you do.

Jessica said...

these are beautiful! thanks for sharing this great video! I'm going to have to try out that awesome flower!! :)

Gaby said...

Wow....beautiful flowers. So well done.
And I love the way you put the scalloped squares as corners in the back on you second card.
Very clever.

Thanks for sharing!

Tamara Greiner said...

Gorgeous, love them! :) Thanks so much for sharing! :)

Bianca said...

Great idea, always looking for ways to use my punches in different ways, thank you!

Diane Barnes said...

My goodness Valita, I thought they were real when I saw them - they look great. That's a genius idea. Thanks for sharing how you made them. Hugs, Di

Linda said...

Your flowers are beautiful - - - so life-like.

Thanks for sharing.

Lindsa

Whimcees said...

Hello!

I love the flowers! You are so very creative and artistic! I love to see what you are doing - every day I try to look at you blog to get my daily "Valita" hit of inspiration! :<)

Thank you for yet again for another wonderful tutorial! You are blessed woman! :<)

Wishing you all good things!

Hugs,

Barbara Diane

valita said...

Barbara your so sweet thankyou! thanks everyone your comments have really blessed me today :) Valita

Candy said...

Valita,
Your flowers are always wonderful. These are beautiful. Thank you for always teaching me how to make
things :o)
I hope your weather continues to be bright.
Hugs, Candy

Leigh said...

Valita, these hydrangeas are so realistic. Thanks so much for sharing.

Jackie Barfield said...

These looked so good and easy to make so I tried it. But my heart punch is not working right. UGH! It will punch one layer of cardstock but not two. :( I'm going to try sharpening it and see if that helps. Thanks for sharing!

Cheryl said...

Valita,

Hydrangeas are my favorite flowers. Thanks so much for sharing them with me. Now I can see them year round. I live in South Texas, USA and it is so hot here in the summer that they don't grow outside very well. Have a blessed day!
Cheryl

Sooz said...

How clever you are! I can't wait to try this flower card. The snow is deep in Minnesota, but floral cards remind me that spring will come. LOVE YOUR ACCENT!!!!!!!!

Sue McNeill

Ms said...

ok, I don't think that there is anything you can't make. you have become my very favorite blog to read. Any time you want to come over to the States and just play all day with paper, c'mon over!!! I'll set up a space for you....lol... thanks so much for the tutorial... it was so helpful...

Kathy the Teawife said...

I just found your blog when I was searching for a hydrangea tutorial. How incredibly clever, fun and easy! I will be sharing your hydrangea tutorial with my international stamping friends here in England. Hugs, Kathy the teawife

Created By You said...

Brilliant, as usual Valita.. must remember to check out your blog more often! Very creative!
hugs,
Sharon F.

T2 said...

Brilliant!!! Love love love your creativity! Beautifully done, as always.

Charitas said...

Thanks for sharing your creativity <3 I have been on your pages for hours and i LOVE your work - Hugs from Denmark