Ladies Camera Club

14 Jan 2010

Made in the flashest of flashes

Quick make flowers - and I mean the quickest of quickness this side of Speedy Gonzales.
These are everywhere right now and cost a fortune to buy. And really, they cost pennies to make.


Don't just make them for cards, make them as appliques on clothing, brooches and hat decor too.

24 comments:

JANE KNOWN AS LIZA T said...

love it!
jane
lisa t
xxx

katy said...

Thanks for sharing Kirsty, i'm loving your tutorials...shall have a go at this x

Denise said...

Kirsty, this is wonderful! Thanks for the tutorial. :o)

amber jane said...

Gorgeous flowers pet and the fact I got to hear your dulcet tones once more just made me grin from ear to ear x

Natalie OShea said...

Love the inkpad :)

Sally said...

Wow. Fab. I'll definitely be giving this a go. :)

Made by Mandy said...

Wow, they are really effective and dead easy to make.

Fankoo for your tutorial xxx

Elisa said...

Great tutorial, thanks!

Angela W said...

That is gorgeous! Thanks for the video!

Mandi said...

SO AWESOME!! Thanks for sharing!

Katty Bell said...

Thanks for sharing, hun :)
The tutorials are fab, must be your silk-like posh voice...heee!
Kat.x

Louise said...

very cute!! Thanks

Kate said...
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Kate said...

That's great Kirsty. Thanks,Love it. Byeeee! LOL xx

Sandie said...

Great tutorial Kirsty. Clever idea, will definitely give it a shot.. thanks!!

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for sharing that technique Kirsty.
Off to have a go!

Joolsx

Darcy said...

Loving these videos, makes me smile hearing your voice. We need to meet up for cake again.

I aim to make one of these flowery doodles, though no doubt I will completely forget and then what joy I will find this on your blog and instantly remember and aim to make one of these...and then probably forget lol

Helen said...

I was so inspired with this tutorial that I had to have a go almost straight away. Mine isn't half as good as yours but I am really going to practice so i can get as good as you!
I hope you don't mind but I posted my poor effort on my own blog and have added two links back to your blog clearly stating that its all your idea.
Thank you again for the inspiration.

helen

Jenny said...

This tutorial is fantastic! Thanks so much for sharing. I'd also recommend to anyone else that they take a look at your other tutorials too. Love the idea for vellum & I really don't like the stuff much! lol.

mommy2alex said...

What a great tutorial!
Yummy flower, thank you!
And I just love to hear your lovely accent!

lindschick said...

Ooh lovely flower, looks great. xx

Alix said...

oooh i must have a go at this...thanks for showing us all how!

cannycrafter said...

Love these and how funny that my photo of you and I should be chosen for the same blog bits from my layout! Just taken me a short while to scrap our meeting! Lol! The journaling was sincerely felt! Hugsxx Caroline x
P.S. Please igmore the references to my post operation problems!!!

Elaine said...

Just tried this with some white fabric I had spare and it looks great! thanks for the tutorial Kirsty. x