365 Projects in 365 Days

My previous New Year's resolution was to be creative everyday with my Cricut, but since I've started my blog 2 years ago I have come across so many new exciting things like stamps, digi stamps, non-Cricut projects using chipboard, stickers, etc. and now my addition is the Silhouette Cameo. I will be posting many pictures and tutorials of all my projects. I will be making scrapbook layouts, cards, tags, embellishments and altered items. My goal is to create 365 projects in 365 days.


Friday, February 4, 2011

# 33 Love Is In The Air Blog Hop

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Welcome to my Blog and the Love Is In The Air Blog Hop! If you've come from visiting Molly ARMY WIFE LEARNS THE CRICUT, you're in the right place. If you were just looking at my blog and want to play along with our blog hopping fun, you can start at the beginning at  http://www.crossmyhearpapercrafts.blogspot.com/. This blog hop is all about love themed ideas..

For my project I made a bouqet of roses from the Forever Young Cricut cartridge. I used all Valentine's Day themed paper from K & Co. Each rose has 3 different layers of flowers to complete each rose. I find the best way to adhere them together is with a hot glue gun. The can is a recycled Pineapple can can yum yum! I adhered the paper on the can with my ATG adhesive and it sticks perfectly. I added lace on top and bottom and cut each bamboo skewer in half since they were too long. Then after I bunched them all together I tied some pink lace to hold them together. I have been wanting to make this project for so long I have been storing it in my head for over a year now LOL! I am glad I finally did the work because I love the way it came out!





I made some green hearts for leaves. The hearts are from Plantin Schoolbook.


Now for some Blog Candy! I will give away a Brand New I-Rock to one lucky follower. Just leave me a comment telling me what type of handmade flowers you like to make. Also, please be sure to check back tomorrow for some more blog candy that I will be giving away on my Love At First Sight Blog Hop!


I hope you enjoyed my project. Thank you for visiting my blog. Your NEXT STOP is my sister Joanna SCRAP-MAKING. Below is a list of all blog participants:


Giselle ==> http://crossmyheartpapercrafts.blogspot.com/
Nadia ==> http://nadiasbeautifulmess.blogspot.com/
Sarah Pink Cricut ==> http://pinkcricut.com/
Agnes ==> http://flowerdiscosscraphut.blogspot.com/
Amanda ==> http://www.myscrappinobsession.com/
Jennifer ==> http://craftycardgallery.blogspot.com/
Momo ==> http://madebymomo.blogspot.com/
Liset ==> http://hailemnat.blogspot.com/
Paula ==> http://morethanfavors.blogspot.com/
Molly ==> http://armywifelearnsthecricut.blogspot.com/
Sandra ==> http://365daysofcricut.blogspot.com/  THAT'S ME
Joanna ==> http://scrap-making.blogspot.com/   NEXT
Wendi & Meriah ==> http://twoscraptasticgals.blogspot.com/
Meighen ==> http://scrappin3rdeeschik.blogspot.com/
Kristy ==>  http://craftin-on-my-door.blogspot.com/
Alma ==>  http://almabrooksblog.blogspot.com/
Nicole ==>  http://canadiannickelscrapn.blogspot.com/
Adri ==> http://www.macheriecreations.com/

A special Thanks to Giselle and Nadia for hosting this wonderful hop! Congrats on your Blog anniversary Giselle!!

132 comments:

Bonnie Patterson said...

Love it TFS

creative patti said...

Great idea, and I just love making my own flowers! I love making flowers using old books and dictionaries. They are the best! Thanks for sharing. I already follow your blog and love it.
pattig161 at yahoo dot com

Marianne said...

I adore your project. Your roses are beautiful. I love your blog, thank you for all your sharing. My favorite, okay the only kind i've made, are the little rose buds made using a 5 petal flower punch.

Marianne S.
sthquilter at gmail dot com

MeMe said...

Love these flowers--made with love--so better than the real thing!! Thanks for sharing
Pat
plweir@satx.rr.com

mum of two said...

Fabulous Sandra!! Just amazing, I love it. I wonder if I could make one too... TFS

michelle
http://mumoftwoblog.blogspot.com

Cindylu2u said...

Your flowers are fabulous, and I love all the lace added to the holder!!
Cindy
miller896042 at bellsouth dot net

Angela said...

Wow, those flowers are amazing!

Angela
Simple Creations
simplecreations @ live.com

Nicolle Kramer said...

I love the way your flowers turned out....soo pretty..i love the papers you used..thanx so much for the inspiration..:)

nicolleatnicollelovesscrapbookingdotcom

Pammejo said...

Beautiful, simply beautiful flowers and very clever way to showcase them. I am already a follower. TFS pammejo1@yahoo.com
http://pammejo-scrapbookflair.blogspot.com/

disneynut4life said...

Super CUTE project:) I have never made hand made flowers:( Thank you for sharing.

Jenn said...

I haven't tried any homemade flowers yet but my forever young cart is being shipped as I type so I will definitely be doing these when I get it. Thanks for the tip about the hot glue!! I can't wait!!!!
http://scrap-a-tude.blogspot.com/

shersl84bed said...

Pretty flowers, thanks for the tip about the hot glue gun.

ShersL84bed at aol dot com

girlia said...

this turned out great. I like making ribbon roses

Erika said...

I really like making felt flowers. They're so fun.

Erika
http://crafty-creations-by-erika.blogspot.com

jennyplace2 said...

Such beautiful flowers! Myself I like making any of the flowers of the cricut cartridges. TFS
jennyplace26@gmail.com

Born2Beach said...

Love your project. What a cute idea. TFS

stephanniemarshall@hotmail.com

silvia said...

Beautiful flowers!! Over Christmas I became addicted to making Paper Pointsettias.

Ayde said...

wow i am the first to leav a comment.. cool!!! my favorite flowers are the swirl ones.. and now that found a cut file for my gypsy even better.

apena63551@aol.com

Addicted to Crafts said...

I am speechless, I had no idea flowers could be created into a bouquet... I loved the roses!.. I have never created a flower bouquet but I am inspired to give it a try...my favorite flowers are roses. Thank you for sharing and for the opportunity at winning great blog candy.

AnnetteASalinas@aol.com

Glora said...

Awesome flowers. I don't make any homemade flowers yet but I would love to make these. They are so pretty. me(at)glorajean(dot)com

Kathy's-Krafts said...

What a cute idea....this is wonderful. Ilove the way the flowers turned out...really great!
kgprevost(at)sbcglobal(dot)net
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Anna said...

Beautiful!!! Love them. About the only flowers make is from cardstock.
I'm a follower.
Thanks for the chance to win.
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annadowdy at gmail dot com

Debbie said...

cool project, thanks for sharing
bdtktr at gmail dot com

The Purple Scrapbooker said...

WOW - Those flowers are amazing! I would love to see a video of how to make them. They just blew me away! Are they hard to make??

Great project!!

www.purplescrapbooker.com
www.purplescrapbooker at gmail dot com

lovescrapreflect said...

love this you did a great job you should be so proud calebwmartin@yahoo.com

Debbie said...

LOVE the roses. I have never made roses before but I did actually make 6 flowers last night to go on 3 teacher apprection gifts. I used Create A Critter to make those. thanks for sharing.

debbiebutcher at comcast dot net

sleeplesswonder said...

Love the flowers. Right now I am making hydrainias that I found over at Penny Ducan's blog.
Hugs,
Melissa D
mkds312@hotmail.com
www.sleeplesswonder.blogspot.com

Trisha said...

Your roses are beautiful. Were they hard to make? Love the papers too. Thanks for sharing and I am a follower. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

sunnyaz37 said...

Sooooo cute!! I like to arrange fresh flowers!! I have made some paper flowers too!! I am just not that good at it!! Lovvve your arrangement!! TFS!! (yost531@msn.com)

craftaholic said...

Thank you Nadia and Giselle for hosting a Fun Blog hop! And Happy Blogaversary Giselle!! Well I have been doing flowers with my Martha Stewart score board, not sure what they call them but I like them!! Very fun and Easy!! TFS!!!

http://ibecircled.blogspot.com
ilovetonkinese2 at hotmail dot com
Rexann

McVic said...

Im a follower, I like to make the rolled paper ones... I've never really made any others.
kacee
mcvicwif@yahoo.com

Carrie K said...

How cute is that?! I love it. I like making handmade flowers of al types but very rarely do they turn out the way I picture them in my head!!
Carrie
carriedan1 at live dot com

mitch1066 said...

Ive been working on making my own flowers for cards....ill have to try these .Very nice,Thanks for sharing!

mitch1066@gmail.com

ScrapChcia said...

Hello! Nice to meet you...I love your flowers...I have been so wanting to make a lil bouquet of flowers myself...thank you for the inspiration. :)

EstherT said...

Hi Sandra,
Your flowers turned out beautifully! My favourite flowers to make are the ones I crochet. They are quick, and fun, and I can make them in any colour or size. :)

~ Thanks, Esther

esthert119 at yahoo dot ca

*Star said...

Beautiful project! I don't really make a lot of flowers for my cards or scrapbook pages but I do love to make flower hair bows for my daughters. Tfs and have a great day. :)

star24601 at gmail dot com

starspaperpassion.blogspot.com

brittmartin0910 said...

Your flowers are so cute. Thank you for sharing. I have not made any homemade flowers yet. I am thinking that I may try to make them soon. Thank you for the chance to win.

brittmartin1288@yahoo.com

BunnyFreak said...

I havn't made 3-D flowers. Where can I learn how you did this?

Brenna said...

i love your flowers, they really look beautiful! I have never made any handmade flowers, but I recently saw a tutorial on how to make paper roses, so I am going to try to make that! Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win. I am a new follower but i love what i see!
Brenna
rbanderson@live.ca

GreenScrap said...

That is super cute!! I love those flowers. I like making paper flowers but I love to make fabric flowers. You can see my last project using them here http://earthyscrap.blogspot.com/2011/02/mellow-yellow-layout.html

TFS!! Take Care!!
Jennie @ http://earthyscrap.blogspot.com/

Christine said...

TFS. The flowers are so pretty. Good recycling of the can!
Chris.Pickul@hotmail.com
http://pickulblog.blogspot.com/

Donna said...

So pretty! I have made crochet flowers in the past.
http://comopark1886.blogspot.com/

Kim said...

I just Love your Flowers!
Thanks for the chance to win:)
Follower
~Kim
http://crazyaboutscrapin.blogspot.com
kfordyce6638 at gmail dot com

Anniebee said...

These roses are GORGEOUS! You need to do a tutorial on making them. I love to make paper flowers but mine aren't as 3 dimensional as yours are. Thanks for sharing your talent and for giving us a chance to win some cool blog candy!

Anne
lucyblueeyz at yahoo dot com

Vicki said...

Beautiful flowers. The heart leaves are so clever. Thanks for sharing.

vwilson577 at yahoo dot com

Crafting in the pines said...

Beautiful! I like makeing roses useing my MFT die.
cheriescraps.blogspot.com
nokitten at hotmail dot com

Maureen Reiss said...

This is soooo pretty!! Love your flowers!!
reissfam10 at aol dot com

Karen said...

I love your flowers and the colors of them. I am just getting started on scrapping and I haven't made any flowers yet. I have been wanting an I-rock but haven't bought one yet. TFS

kwillis_15 at yahoo dot com

Giselle said...

the flowers look amazing, you should do a video tutorial ;) i would love to learn how to make this. Thank you so much for participating in the blog hop. xoxo

Sherri said...

What a cute idea. Luv your bouquet. I luv making the lil rosebud swirl flowers and flowers made with flower punches. I really like your roses. Will def have to try those some day.

joni said...

This is gorgeous!!! I love these flowers!!! TFS
hugs,
joni

arcocha at yahoo dot com

Stephanie said...

Those flowers are so awesome! Thanks for sharing your wonderful creativity!
steph4575@msn.com

Krafty Kim said...

These are beautiful

Becky Dunham said...

Wow Sandra - this is just lovely! Those roses are amazing! I have actually not made flowers before but I saw a tutorial recently that showed me how to make folded flowers with mulberry paper and I am dying to try it!

Tanya said...

Really pretty! I love making paper roses. I made bouquets for mother's day last year! Thanks for the chance to win an irock, I have been wanting one!!

Tanya
phenis2031 at yahoo dot com

Kathy's Kreative Spot said...

Love your paper roses!!

Kathy
Katsews at gmail dotcom

Theresa said...

Love these..I honestly have never tried making paper roses, but yours are so pretty that you make me want to. TFS!
firelass51@aol.com

Scrap'n Yamma said...

Your flowers are really cool Sandra! Thank you for sharing!

FMonty said...

LOVE the paper roses! Unfortunately the only crafty flowers I'm able to make are the ones I buy ;) One day....Maybe!

scrapstampcrazy said...

Very Pretty!

Michelle said...

Awesome job on the flowers. The only flowers I have made are just plain daisies. I will have to try to work on these. They are gorgeous.
Thanks for sharing
mlcain0202(at)yahoo(dot)com

bcriminger said...

I love your paper roses! I also enjoy making roses, they look very much like yours, but are from an SVG file.

brandicriminger (at)yahoo (dot) com

Jayne said...

LOVE IT!!! I want to make this for a classroom decoration. What flower did you use in forever young?

jayne.boot@gmail.com

Craftyhomemade said...

Beautiful flowers, I love to make any type of flower.

Indira
craftyhomemade7atgmaildotcom

Scrapnatic said...

OMgosh!! So cute!! I love it!! Thanks so much for sharing! I will have to try this out.

Denny said...

Great project! The only flowers that I know how to make thus far, are poinsettias with my sizzix die cut and ribbon or paper roses that you roll up, but I am looking forward to learning more.

Tiffanie said...

Just added your blog to my follow feed!
Love the flowers!
Thanks for a chance to win candy:)

tiffanie@tazosc.com

Jean-Marie said...

The flowers came out great. What a "love-ly" project for Valentine's Day!

Jean-Marie
http://www.dragonflydestiny.blogspot.com

emcspadden09 said...

Love your flower! I'm pretty new to all of this and I have only made a few flowers, but I think the roses I made a few weeks ago were my favorite! Thanks for sharing!
emcspadden09 at gmail dot com

Karen said...

Hi Sandra, I am a ew follower, and I love your blog!! I love making roses, One year adter my daughters dance recital, I didn't have time to go to the florist to buy her flowers for after the recital, so I made her some roses, after the recital, she was so upset because she didn't get "real" flowers, then all thelittle girls were loving them, and suddenly she loved them and HER mommy made them, and she was SO special, ect. LOL amazing how little girls change there thinking when other little girls show a little bit of envy!! lol Karen<3

Adri said...

what a beautiful bouquet of flowers!!
as for me, I really enjoy making flowers using organza fabrics :D
thank you so much for sharing this wonderful project with us!
I am your newest follower by the way :D

-Adri
www.macheriecreations.com

flowerdisco said...

love your flowers! :P

very nice project to make for around the house too!!

Kristin said...

the flowers are so pretty. I haven't made my own flowers yet - however, I am determined to learn the roses posted on the DCWV blog. They are gorgeous - so I don't care how long it takes me - I will perfect it!

Kristin
ksully4597 at gmail dot com

Ashley said...

I love the flowers! I love it!!!

Ashley Gray
ScrappinAsh at gmail dot com

Kimmie said...

Love the project! I love to make daisies!


Kimmie G.

kakrnach at yahoo dot com

Monica Flores said...

Fabulous!!! I really want to learn a needle and thread free way to make flowers out of ribbon and fabric! You did a awesome job!

simplycricutting@gmail.com

Kristy said...

Cute! tfs!
Kristy
craftin-on-my-door.blogspot.com

shanna13 said...

Oh my gosh your flowers are beautiful. What a unique project. TFS Susan shanna13@frontiernet.net

Dee said...

Hi Sandra, funny seeing you here? I love your project, it is adorable. I would have never thought of a bouquet of flowers.
Of course I am already a follower.

http://deesdesignsfrommyheart.blogspot.com
designsfrommyheart@ymail.com

Alex said...

WOW ! Those flowers are gorgeous ! you rock Sandra !

HUGS !

the condes at gmail dot com

Auntie Em said...

Doesn't it feel good when a project you have been wanting to try and finally get a chance to complete turns out so awesome! Love your flowers!! Great work!
Thanks for sharing! :o)

Kim VanSheppy said...

Love your projects...your flowers were amazing, GOOD JOB! I've been trying my hand at making some ribbon roses, not quite sure if I like them or not YET! :) TFS
kimsheppard6 at hotmail dot com

Lynn said...

those flowers are awesome, so cute, thanks for sharing

nygator95 at gmail dot com

Sherri said...

Such a cute project, I love it!! I've only made my own roses once, and they didn't even come out as good as yours!!

sherric103@aol.com
http://crafty1mommy.blogspot.com/

Marlene said...

Those flowers are beautiful, love the green hearts.
xxx
Marlene

Debc06 said...

What a great boquet. TFS. I usually make minature beaded flowers. but I have been know to glimmer mist some prima too.
Thanks for the opportunity to see your work
Debbie
debbie_craine at hotmail dot com
http://craftywizard.blogspot.com

...through my eyes said...

I am one of your newest followers. Would appreciate if you can follow me back. Please tell your friends about my blog.
http://toomanyemulators.blogspot.com

They are beautiful! I have made some roses made out of lace that I use to put them on headbands.

Thanks for the chance to win.

Gina Kinde said...

Hi Sandra, I love your flowers in a pot and I made something similar using an asparagus can cause it was tall and thin and I used the k&Co paper pack that had vintage paper in autum colors cant remember the name but I love K&CO paper packs must have most of them and I used Tim Holts paper roses. I watched one of his tutorials on how to make them and I made a pot of flowers for my mom and she loved them. It turned out nice. Yours is beautiful and so in touch with the upcoming holiday of love. I am a follower and thats acutally how I came across this blog tonight cause I was visiting you to get some inspiration and I came across the hop. I would love to win the I-Rock I have been wanting to pick one up. thanks for all your inspiration and loved your project. gina kinde ginak1117@att.net

JANLYNN said...

Beautiful flowers. I haven't made too many flowers so most of mine have just been multi petal shapes stacked . I have watched several videos lately to see how these are done and they are next on my I have got to try this list. I love the curled petals. I am a master gardener and a plant nut to boot so I need to try these for sure. They would make such great centerpieces for some of our MG meetings and such.

scrappin_3rdeeschik said...

Totally diggin the flowers. They turned out totally adorable. Would love to see a tutorial.

HUGS
Meighen

Creative Diva said...

I'm a new follower! Thanks for a chance to win. Love your project! I like making the handmade flower pens which is a nice gift to give out for Mother's Day!

creativediva98@gmail.com
creativediva98.blogspot.com

JustYolie said...

Loving the new blog look. Nice project TFS!

K Andrew said...

Super cool flowers girl! You are having two hops in one weekend! woweeee! You are good!
hugs and love,
kandrew

pennykitz said...

WOW What an amazing job!!!! I love any flower, but I love to make cloth flowers. My favorite is the daisy! I also like to work with ribbon to make flowers, like I said I love any kind.
Thank you for sharing such a wonderful project.
pennykitz@charter.net http://pennykitz.blogspot.com/

Debican said...

I like making the flowers that you get wet and crinkle up and undo them to layer. They have a great texture. Love your project. Hugs, Debi

RLS Innovations said...

Your flowers are beautiful. The only ones I have made are crocheted. I will have to try some paper roses. I am a new follower and will come back often for inspiration.

Sue
rolfe974@prodigy.net

My Lil' Bits said...

I love the flowers they turned out great. My favorite flowers to make right now would have to be from the Cricut Mothers Day Bouquet cartridge. For now, lol. I'm a new follower , thanks for sharing!
lcass07 at gmail dot com

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BUZZY BEE DESIGNS & GRAPHICS said...

I'm already a follower
Come and BEE a follower on my blog
http://buzzybeedesigns.blogspot.com
Rebecca Minor
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Shari said...

Great project. Good luck on your 365 projects in 365 days, what an ambious goal. Love the flowers, how did you make them? I am just learning to make flowers, ordered the new Mothers Day cartridge with all the flowers. Could really use the i-rock.
Thanks,
Shari Y . . .

Little Frills said...

I love love your bouquet!!! I want to make these, I guess I better buy the forever young cart now. lol I have never made handmade flowers. What a way to start though. : D
Amy
littlefrills3 at yahoo dot com

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

So pretty! Great flowers!

ScrappinAnn said...

Great job on those flowers. That is one of the cartridges I don't have. I like your goal of using your cricut everyday. I really need to do that.
Thanks for sharing all your wonderful creations.

Please visit me at my blog...
ScrappinAnn@gmail.com
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Ola said...

This is gorgeous... I love how you used a pineapple can!! I like to make roses... but then again that's all I really know how to make right now!!

Thank you so much for sharing!!!

~Ola
okj83 at live dot com
zloe.blogspot.com

Babe O'Mara said...

Love your flowers. What a great idea. I like to make pansies using a butterfly punch, and different color inks. Thanks for a chance to win some candy.

Babe
youiesmom@att.net

Simply Sweet by Sharon said...

Your flowers are very beautiful!! I might have to try and make some for valentines day. Thanks for the idea.

scrapaholicjen said...

Beautiful flower arrangement! TFS!!
qtme2003 at yahoo dot ca

The Crazy Cardmaker said...

Are thoose for me =P Love your project. So super cute =)

Hugs from Lilli =)
l.a.nikolaisen at gmail dot com
www.crazycardmaker.blogspot.com

Karen Y said...

I have never made handmade flowers before but yours are beautiful.
Thank you,
Karen
countrygirlin_md at yahoo dot com
karenscreativeramblings.blogspot.com

Jennifer said...

Sandra,

I love your gorgeous bouquet!!! :) What a wonderful idea! I love to make flowers, too! I make them by using the Stampin' Up! scalloped circle punch. Which flowers did you use from Forever Young? Do you use 3 different sizes? I would love to learn how to make them.

Thank you so much for sharing and for the chance to win (I think I'm the only one who doesn't own an I-Rock, yet!),

Jennifer
partridgelu at yahoo dot com

Teri said...

Your rose bouquet is fabulous! I would love to learn how to make the flowers. It's funny, I just bought the Forever Young Cartridge yesterday, now I know the first thing I'll make :). I;m a new follower and excited to see what projects you will be sharing. My flower experience has been mostly 2D cuts from the Cricut-so far.

jcinokc said...

Love your flowers. I have not attempted to make any yet but after seeing so many people making them I might have to try. Thanks for the hop and giveaway!

jenlovcarr at aol dot com

EricaQ said...

That is cool. Very creative.

Krista said...

These are beautiful.
Krista
KristaInMN at gmail dot come
http://www.KristasPaperCafe.com/

Two Scraptastic Gals said...

What a great idea, lovn those flowers.

TFS,
Meriah

Jennifer said...

super cute flowers - would have never guessed it was a pineapple can!
www.craftycardgallery.blogspot.com

Mary said...

So cute. I love the flowers and the lace!
mary3mom at yahoo dot com

QC Kelsey said...

~ AWESOME flowers! They are so cool! What a great project.

~ I'm a new Follower of your Blog!

~ I like to punch out flowers and fold/roll/crimp the edges to make them 3d ish and then stack/alter with other flowers of different sizes then put a brad or jewel on top. I also like to make half flowers by folding flowers in half and squishing them so they fan out a bit. I love flowers but those are my easy go-to flowers.

Hip Hop and Awaaaaayyy!

Email: QC Kelsey
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Dawn said...

that would be great for my son to give his teacher. your great.

hugs
matilda425 at gmail dot com

The Crafty Aunt! said...

Great project! My grandma would LOVE it since she can't have flowers!!

I have never tried to make flowers...but would like to learn.


Sally
opolski07@gmail.com

Kris said...

Love your flowers! Well the only flowers I've made I've used lots of different cuttlebug folders for each layer and that gives them lots of dimension!~
Off to the next blog!
Kris in Alaska
funamom at yahoo dot com

quilt4fun2 said...

The flowers turned out wonderful. I will have to try this out. Thanks for being in the hop and sharing your project.
quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

LesleyfromWI said...

Cute and I love the flowers. I like blinging my flowers and jazzing them up. I also like adding pretty brads to them.

Karelj said...

What a beautiful bouquet! Reminds me of the old song, "Paper Roses", which I'll now be humming for the rest of the day! I love stopping by your blog---I'm a follower! Thanks for sharing your talent and creativity with us! ks jennings at gmail dot com and/or http://karelj.blogspot.com

karensk said...

Really cute will have to make one. I am a follower.I like to make roses.
Thanks for sharing,
karenk3 at ameritech dot net

AmyJRockstar said...

Ooooh, I just love those adorable flowers! So cute and unique! Nice job. Thanks for the awesome candy too. I really want one of these!
XO ~ Amy Jo (follower)
amyjrockstar at gmail dot com
http://lv2scrapandfibrofacts.blogspot.com/

Scrappy Jackie said...

What cute flowers you made... I looked for that paper the other day... all out! Oh well! My favorite flowers to make... I love Gerber Daisies so I tend to make a lot of them and another layered flower that reminds me of mums. Yours are stunning... I need to branch out and try some roses from paper, lace, ribbon, felt... I have ideas! Thanks for the inspiration and for being part of this fun hop! pjritsema at gmail dot com

Lynda said...

This is a very creative idea! I love that you showed that you can reuse an item to make something new! I have not had a chance to make homemade flowers but I have been seeing a lot of them lately. I hope to be able to give it a try someday soon!

Lynda

lyndascreativetouches.blogspot.com
rlhamm1 at gmail dot com

Angela R said...

This is beyond creative! They look real! Its projects like this that makes me love being follower! Thank you so much for sharing!
Email: arebori0204@gmail.com
I love new friends if you get a chance... www.scraptillyadrop.blogspot.com

ScrappingStephanie said...

Sandra your flowers are absolutely gorgeous. What a great idea. It must have taken your forever to make all those flowers. Great job.

Hugs,
S

primpedinpaper said...

This is such a cute project!! The center piece is so lovely! I love K&Co papers, they make the best V-day papers!! My favorite type of flower to make is lollipop flowers. Thanks for the chance to win! -Nicole primpedinpaper@gmail.com

rae1124 said...

I've never done flowers either, but I love yours and hope to do some soon. I just got my cricut for Christmas so I can definitely use some supplies!
rae1124(at)aol(dot)com

tammybjm said...

couldnt tell if it posted my comment if this is a duplicate im sorry.cute project looks like so much work. thanks for chance to win candy. tammybjm@yahoo.com

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