Wednesday, February 2, 2011

I made these roses!!!

Thanks to the challenge blog "Just us Girls" i was able to find this tutorial on Tim Holtz distressing and making flowers.  I have already made a lot of these flowers in all different colors.  I've made numerous colors of the shimmer mist with my perfect pearls.  I bought colored spray bottles from Walmart in the travel size area for only .97 each. I'm taking them to Florida with me so i can make flowers while my dad is having surgery. I may even get my mom making flowers for me. Anyway, here is my first card using my special handmade roses.

You can find the tutorial Here on how to make the flowers and shimmer mist. The paper that i used is from the flower shower stack by DCWV,Branch punch from Martha Stewart, Sentiment and Butterfly from Crafting with DeeDee's digis.  I colored the butterfly with the same shimmer mists that i used on the flowers.All that i can say is FUN,FUN,FUN.

CHALLENGES

Just Us girls-#69 3D Flowers
Crafting with DeeDee's digis-For a cause
Crafty cardmaker-Water (used in glimmer spray)
Stamp Fairy-#8 Homemade Flowers
Anything Goes-Butterflies
Papertake Weekly-Anything goes and flowers
Do you stack up?-#4 Patterned paper

See you in a little while with my second card today.

16 comments:

  1. lovely flowers
    thanks for joining the DYSU challenge this week

    hugs
    Miranda

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  2. Beautiful card, wonderful flowers. Thanks for joining us at Do You Stack Up.

    -Wenche

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  3. WOW, Deonna -- this is jaw-dropping gorgeous! Your flowers are incredible, and the colors you used are so cheery. Love how you made the scripture the centerpiece, and used the butterfly as an accent. Thanks so much for sharing this for this week's challenge! Hugs, Deedee

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  4. Wow, your roses look gorgeous!! You really did a great job, thank you so much for joining us at Stampfairy Challenge.

    Hugs, Gerda aka StampFairy

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  5. Wow I love your roses, gorgeous colours too. Thanks for playing along at StampFairy this week.

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  6. a beautiful card love those roses thanks for joining us at anything goes x sue x

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  7. Hi Deonna - I am a big Fan of Tim Holtz and was lucky enough to take one of his workshops earlier this year at my LSS. He's a pleasure to meet and as friendly in person as his is on his videos and on his blog. I also feel in LOVE with these flowers the first time I saw them and enjoy creating them myself.

    Thank you for sharing your flowers and new card with us over at the StampFairy Challenge Blog. I hope you'll be back again next week and will play for your chance to win some of the adorable StampFairy Images!

    Happy Crafting and good luck!!

    Lis
    StampFairy Design Team

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  8. Hi, absolutely gorgeous, beautiful flowers will be checking out that tutorial. Thank you for joining us this time at Anything goes
    Hugs
    Tamara

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  9. Hi Deonna, the roses are beautiful!!! And so is your card. Thanks so much for joining us at DYSU! Janna

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  10. Love the roses! Fabulous job and thanks for playing along with Just Us Girls this week.

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  11. These are such pretty flowers and the sentiment is beautiful!
    Thanks so much for playing along with Just us Girls this week!

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  12. For really real, those are PERFECT foses! (faux roses)

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  13. Fantastic card! Such wonderful colors and those handmade flowers are gorgeous! Great tutorial on them too! Thanks for joining us at StampFairy!
    Sharon, StampFairy-DT

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  14. Ooh! really yummy flowers you've created. Thanks for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers.

    Donna x

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  15. What a gorgeous creation! Those flowers just took my breath away! Great job! Hope your dads surgery goes well. Thanks for joining in the challenge this week!!! Hope to see you back next week!

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  16. Fabulous colors and wonderful design! Thanks so much for joining us at Papertake Weekly and hope you join us again!
    hugs, Sharon

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