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Friday, March 11, 2011

2 step owl punch Tulip

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HI all Ive had this made for a while now but recent events put some things on hold for a while. We are off to visit our kids in Uni this weekend which we are all looking forward to and the break from things will be a breath of fresh air, I miss my kids so much and our youngest daughter has had a few melt downs and tears over the past 2 weeks getting use to being the only sibling at home. I talked to my son on skype yesterday and today and he made me feel so happy. My family is very precious to me. Any ways enjoy the video and instructions as I did making them :)
Blessings to you

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and a last thought

When the Lord comes He will turn on the light
so that everyone can see exactly what each
of us are really like, deep down in our hearts
....... at that time God will give each one
whatever praise is concerning him.
1 Corinthians 4:5


54 comments:

Sue from Oregon said...

Lovely creation! Gotta love Skype!

bibiana said...

congratulations on your resignation...I totally agree on what you said...they are just limiting your creativity...there is a huge world outside of them...
keep on creating...
cheers
bibiana

Jazzi Ka said...

Thanks a lot!

BYe,
Jess

Kim Score said...

thanks for the great tutorial!

Becky said...

Gorgeous card, and thank you for this fabulous tutorial.

eva said...

Thanks for the tutorial!

Joy said...

great idea

Kim Owens said...

Absolutely incredible! Thanks so much for sharing! xoxo

Karen said...

You go girl, another amazing flower/tutorial. Can't wait to have a play

Monique said...

This is beautiful, you have an amazing ability to look at punches and just see so much more than the rest of us!
Thanks for sharing another great tutorial.

Chris said...

Wow! Beautiful flower, Valita! I love the 3-D look! Thanks for sharing the tutorial. I can't wait to try it!

Helen said...

So pretty, as always!

MAFER'S CREATIONS said...

CONGRATULATION, PRETTY FLOWER.
THANKS FOR SHARING.

Melissa said...

You contstantly amaze me, Valita! I love that you used that gorgeous retired lavender in your tulips. You're giving me ideas for my owl that I never envisioned when I asked for him for Christmas! Thank you for the ongoing inspiration!

BeaverlyBL said...

Another wonderful tutorial. Thanks so much.

Theresa said...

Love your tulip. Thanks for sharing such a great tutorial.

Whimcees said...

Hello!

Great video and fun to see another option for the owl punch! Enjoy your time with your family! Wishing you a wonderful weekend!

Hugs,

Barbara Diane

Bonnie Weiss said...

Absolutely brilliant! I have a ME day today so this will be my project ... thanks for sharing it. Hope you enjoy your visit with your family.

Anonymous said...

You do such incredibly beautiful things with punches. This flower is gorgeous.
PJ(Jessie Adams)

Cherie said...

Valita, Your tulip card is stunning! I never would have come up with that idea! You are one incredibly talented lady! Thanks for sharing the great tutorial with us!

Diane McKern said...

So enjoy your clever use of punches and your lovely cards. Thanks for sharing.

Merry said...

This is so pretty...love the colours and so clever.

Linda said...

Well done, your videos and instructions are always so clear and easy to understand. Love the background to the flower as well, very effective.
I am not sure if it is new or not, but I do like your statement at the top of your blog - A PLACE TO BE YOUR PAPERCRAFT SELF! Good for you girl. As an ex demo who was my own best customer trying to make quarterly quotas, I notice that SU is trying to sell everything it can now to take over the market, buttons, lace, material (in the US), I thought they were a stamping company! Keep up the good work, we love it.

Wink said...

Your tulip is absolutely incredible! The shading is awesome! I have such a hard time with shading but yours are always perfect. Thanks for sharing all your wonderful ideas.

Smilie girl said...

Awesome stuff! Enjoy the time with your family.
(and I just read your last post. I support your decision and think SU is really missing out. very sad about how it came about. poor form I say.)

Jodi said...

This card is beautiful. You have such a talent for colors and making your cards special. I also know how you feel about your family and missing your kids. I have two daughters who are away at college and I miss them all the time. My husband and I have a new relationship, we have to talk to one another now. :) Our son lives here at home but is never here...enjoy your weekend with your family.

~Jodi

Latenightstamper said...

not only is your stamping creating amazing but your weight loss photos are so inspiring too!!! Sherrill Graff istmpnv@aol.com Late Night Stamper

Linda Peterson said...

You constantly amaze me! Thanks so much for your awesome tutorial and video!

Its Ace said...

Great card and glad to see that you will still be sharing your creations with us.

Nancy S

Colleen said...

I so enjoy watching your tutorials.
Your tulip card is lovely.

All I have to do now is buy an owl punch and will have it made. :}

ColleenB.

MD said...

QUE DES BRAVOSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
SUPERBE
BIZ md

Judy Covey said...

Oh Valita, your two-step owl punch tulip is phenomenal, like everything else that you post. So glad that you have continued posting, you've got way too much talent to let S.U.'s decision keep you from doing what you do best, CREATE!

margarita.german said...

Valita: yet another wonderful, beautiful, crafty, project. You are amazing. Enjoy your family time. They are so very precious. You got me started looking at my punches in a whole new way. Thanks for consistently drawing attention back to God.

Carla Bazhenow said...

Gorgeous card and I love that tulip. Its so beautiful. Hugs,

My'scardcorner said...

Your card is so classy I love it Hope you enjoyed your time with your family.Off to watch your tutorial now Thanks.
Myrax

maryr917 said...

this is beautiful-thanks for the great video-I am going to make this for Easter cards

ALessner said...

This is so pretty what a great idea

Georgei said...

thank for showing very pretty
and what a beautiful card

Dani art 4 U said...

Hi Valita,thank you for continuing to share your fabulous talents. Dispite you no longer being with SU I will continue to credit anything I learn from your sight to you in both my workshops and on my blog. I wish you well in your very talented endevours and look forward to seeing what you can come up with now you no longer have limitations. Good for you girl!

Sue said...

Valita, you are absolutely amazing and I wish I could be half as creative as you are! This tulip card is just beautiful and I can't wait to try making one. Thanks so much for sharing and enjoy your time with your family!

Kim Tonnet said...

Valita, I'm sorry for your recent grief. Your not the first to suffer as a result of SU! - it happens on many levels. I believe in Craft Karma too. Go well and enjoy your time with your family. And be encouraged to keep up your inspiring work. Luv KimT

Chary Belfield said...

Valita, I'm sorry to hear of your recent grief with stampin up! but believe it or not you are not the only one that has had grief from them. I have enjoyed your tutorials and videos and you have opened a new world for me in punch Art

cardchick's world said...

what a great loss to su!!!! LET YOUR TALENT SHINE...GORGEOUS CARD....

InkyFingers said...

Again I will say... you are a punchin' genius! To be able to look at an owl punch and know that you can make these fantastic creations!

Kelly said...

Your cards are awesome and your tutorials are so easy to follow.

Karen @ THEBUSYBUG said...

Lovely, You "ROCK" TFS again! Love it! Bug Hugs.

Virgo5 said...

Hi Valita! Thanks for the great tutorial, I used it to make a card today!

Anonymous said...

Wow! I have seen several samples of your technique used on SCS and I never would have guessed this is how they made the tulips! Beautiful! TFS

Judy McMullen said...

Wow! I love your created tulip, one of my fav flowers!! I saw your card on SCS and had to come to your blog for the deets. Thanks so much for the great tutorial!!!

Nancy Dawson said...

Oh so pretty. Your flowers are simply stunning! You have a great talent and are truly blessed. I tried the tulip:
http://creativewishes.blogspot.com/2012/03/another-tulip.html
Check it out!

glogger said...

Please give me the brand name of your punches. You are so very, very creative. I sat in awe as you transformed the paper into a beautiful tulip, and also the calla lily you made.
I had the website for the punches yesterday and put them in my "cart" to purchase, but somehow over night, it went off to cyberspace.
Thank you - Betts Paschke

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valita said...

the punch is from stampin up

Rachel Matocha said...

Super pretty Idea. Thanks for sharing you delicate and inspirational ideas