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Saturday, 26 November 2011

Snow Flowers


I tried these flowers out again from this tutorial. I laid the puffy paint on a lot thicker than in the steps shown and it gives the flowers the look of having been covered in heavy snow. They'll be perfect for any upcoming wintry projects or even to decorate the packaging on Christmas gifts, as an alternative to a bow. Px

9 comments:

Andrea Ewen said...

What a clever idea! This is a great accent for a wintry card, I agree! I just got an update from Martha Stewart's craft site a few days ago and she had an idea for place cards using pulled apart pine cone flower embellishments ...making a pine cone flower and adding that puffy paint would look awesome, too! (Only, though, if you don't have to buy pinecones on ebay~ :)

JoZart said...

I really liked the ones you made on Sunday but these are even better. You really are an expert/ specialist at flower making now Paul!
Love Jo x

Dotpat said...

OOOOOOOO love love these Paul you are so clever

Lavender Rose said...

These are amazing and very seasonal looking.

Neil said...

These look great and I agree that they are perfect for winter cards! Now I need to get some puff paint; and I've been good for a whole 24 hours!

Diana Evans said...

oh these look so pretty!!!! wonderful work on the flowers.....

Neet said...

Lovely wintry flowers Paul. I think I have some puff paint somewhere - got some of that other stuff which might do anyway.
If I want to do a flower I know exactly where to come - you are the King of Flower Power. Hugs, Neet x

olive said...

still waiting on the stuff used to make the flowers look like snow!!!???? These are awesome and I love your colours.... your style is what we like. B**** to any one who doesnt, they dont have to leave any comment!!!!! xxxxx

Emma said...

So clever! All my attempts at this kind of thing look soooo sad!