Thursday, May 22, 2008

Pretty Paper Flowers-Class

I am really excited about this months Techniques class called Pretty Paper Flowers! I will demonstrate many ways to create and give life to paper flowers and you will come away with three 'Pretty Projects'! This class has been expanded to 2 sessions and I still have room for more students on Thursday May 29 at 7pm. The cost of this class is $15 ($10 for VIP members). If you would like to join me for this class, please contact me. Also, remember, if you can't make the scheduled class, I am always willing to offer this or any other class for you and a few friends at a better time for you! Take a peek bellow at some of the projects we will make...

This beautiful square card was made using the Fabulous Flowers stamp set and a colour combo that I've fallen in love with: Perfect Plum, Old Olive and Soft Sky.

Because May is International Scrapbooking month (yes, there is such a thing!) Idecided to include a scapbook page among the projects. This cute and simple page incorporates a few different flower techniques. I thought the cheerfulness of this layout went well with a picture of my daughter and her first birthday cake.(It's about time I scrapped some of those photos, we will be celebrating her 2nd birthday this week end!!)

This final project is the one I am most proud of. I saw some lovely pictures of paper roses on the internet and I searched and searched to find out how to make them....but no luck! So, I sat down with some supplies and figured out how to make my own, now I can teach you! These flowers are time consuming but, well worth the effort. Each student will make a rose in the colour of their choice then we will attach them to a sweet little gift box.

I hope you can join us on the 29th!


Anonymous said...

These flowers are all beautiful. You have an amazing talent. Love the large flower on the box. That is so awesome. Reall nice job. You should do a tutorial and link it back here to your blog from SCS. This is fabulous. TFS
Dawn (SCS flowergal36)

Anonymous said...

Love the flowers if you ever do a tutorial please email me I would love to teach my girls this for a sat class my email is