February 2, 2012

When a daffodil I see!

EDIT: I HAD TO TAKE DOWN THE TUTORIALS SINCE THEY WERE BEING DISTRIBUTED WITHOUT MY CONSENT, FOR PROFIT. I MAY COMPILE THEM LATER TO BE A PDF FILE FOR DOWNLOAD. THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING. 

And so we arrive to the fifth of the flowers in this series. The Daffodil. I chose this flower for it's beauty and bright yellow color that reminds me of spring!

This flower is one of the easiest and least time consuming of them all. Once you have everything gathered, It usually takes about 5-7 minutes to make.



You will need the Flower Shoppe cartridge for this one. Only because it has the Raised flower cut. If you are adventurous, you could have the rose flat cut and cut out two of the petals and use this. ( I cut out one of the petals of the five petal raised flower cut)
 You also need a toothpic to form the stamen of the flower. The toothpic will give it the stability to hold up this flower.


And here is the finished flower!


It truly is a beautiful flower and one that will make any project you use it in, beautiful.

Hint for tomorrows flower:
Everyone has one of these on their face!

Thanks for looking!
ALI

10 comments:

  1. For the hint- Iris!!!! Gorgeous flowers Ali! I am soooo excited to get my album.

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  2. love it! You are very talented!!!

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  3. I love daffodils and yours is particularly beautiful! The Flower Shoppe cartridge is on my wish list for sure! I hope I will be able to create my own flowers. I know it will take lots of practice. TFS.
    Kathryn

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  4. so pretty. I love the way you did the center of the flower. very creative.

    Beth
    baby.cowgirl88 at yahoo dot com

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  5. Anoter amazing flower, and it makes a great excuse as to why I will need to buy that cartridge. lol

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  6. So pretty. I love daffodils. This is gorgeous.

    Babe
    youiesmom@att.net

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  7. Shoot I'm going to have to buy a Cricut!

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  8. I'm following your blog now, love love love your flower tutorials! Thanks so much and your flowers are absolutely beautiful!

    Patty aka SouthernGypsy from CC mb

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  9. I have a vase that screams to have paper flowers. Your's are the most beautiful I've seen but I notice you've taken down the instructions. Is there some what I can get these from you with the promise not to share. I was also wondering how you attach these flowers to a stem so that you can put them in a vase.

    Thank you. - Janet
    jksurrusco@gmail.com

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