Sunday, July 3, 2011

Day 3 of Scrap Dymonz 4th of July Blog Hop

Back again for day three of the Scrap Dymonz 4-day Fourth of July Weekend Blog Hop! Today's hop starts at Lia's blog and ends at Terry's. Our fourth and final day of the hop is tomorrow and we have some very special things planned. Be sure to work your way from beginning to end for all days of the hop -- you will need information from each blog in order to have the chance to win the final day's blog candy on Stampin' Dymonz's blog. Enjoy!


My project for today are hand made flowers using the water and scrunch technique.


Material needed:
Punched flowers in at least 3 different sizes
spray bottle with water
brad
stickles (if you like)
glimmer mist (if you like)
heat gun
paper piercer

Layer at least 3 each of the different sizes together and secure with a brad in the center. Wet the petals ( you will have to wet each layer as you go. Bring the first layer up and scrunch around the brad repeat with all layes until you have a little bud. Carefully start opening your flower with a piercer once you have the layers opened dry with your heating tool and decorate as you wish!

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Thank you for participating in Day 3 of the Scrap Dymonz's Fourth of July Weekend Blog Hop! We hope you enjoyed the projects and look forward to seeing you at the Village Scraps!

Lia <---You Are Here
Stampin' Dymonz
Ms. Dee
Terry

13 comments:

Julia said...

Handmade flowers are great! TFS!

Rose Petal said...

Hi Lia. These are fabulous. I love flowers for my projects. Thank you so much for the tip on how to make them like yours, I will have to give them a go, if thats ok. Happy crafting.
Love Sandra xxx

Stampin' Dymonz said...

Love the handmade flowers and how you embellished them with the Stickles!

Terry Oulboub said...

Lia these flowers are gorgeous and I love the patriotic colors. The stickles are a very nice touch.

Ms_Dee said...

Neat technique Lia....Gotta make some more of these...At first I thought you used Seam binding....I've dome this technique before....your look really festive in the 4th of July colors......TFS

B. Nguyen said...

Very cute handmade flowers! Love them!
Have a great 4th of July weekend!

Nitasha said...

I'm a huge fan of handmade flowers! These are so cute!

Frndly1 said...

I just love the flowers.

Treva said...

Great holiday projects, thanks for the inspiration!

silvia said...

Gorgeous flower!!!

nursiepooh40@yahoo.com said...

Love it, Love it, Love it.....................

Scrappin' Sista said...

Love the colors. Great job! TFS!

Christel
http://onescrappinsista.blogspot.com

Craft Creations by Netta said...

very nice flowers..great technique