Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Petal Flower Tutorial!

Now, I'm going to warn you... I sound awful in this video. Not only will you hear my southern accent, but you'll also get to enjoy my raspy congested voice as well! If you're able to bear with it ... you'll learn how to make these:


Please notice the bigger flower is fabric - gotta love it. And the button looks off-center in the picture. I think it's just the way it's laying in the photo.



You can also watch the video here.

Here's the video that started it all. And here's the card that started it all:

Leave a comment and I might just pick a random recipent of a few flowers! And if you try your had at this flower - I'd LOVE to see it!

17 comments:

Deanna said...

Gorgeous Courtney, I think I need to try these!

Donna said...

those are really pretty. Wanted to use up some fabric scraps I have and now me and my little girl have something to make with em.

Winter said...

Thank you for making this tutorial! I love those flowers and I am going to have to try them! I am sill making the flowers from the other tutorial, I'll have to post those soon! I hope ya'll get better soon! It really is nice to hear someone else with a accent, we sound like we grew up together! :)

Dawn-Marie said...

Thanks for doing this tutorial! I love these flowers. Of course I really loved the twisted fabric flowers you made. Those were really easy to do. Hope you have a fantastic Thanksgiving!

Jessica said...

Thanks Courtney!!! Love the fabric flower and can't wait to try making it with paper. TFS your awesome ;)

Julie Campbell said...

Another fantastic tutorial!!! Thank you so much! I love the fabric version too!

Tracey said...

THANK YOU soooo much for the Petal Flower tutorial....I love your accent :) I so NEED to try these!!! YOUR card with the yellow flower looks FAB as well as the other two flowers you showcased!

Lynnette said...

These are absolutely adorable. I love them, can't wait to give them a try.

Kay Sibley said...

I love everything there is about this card!!!! You are just the most creative flower maker. Where do you get all these amazing ideas!!??? I'm off to watch your tutorial now. Have a truly wonderful Thanksgiving, sweetie! ♥♥ Kay

Summer Braxton said...

Can't wait to give these cuties a try when the festivities slow down. It'll be a huge advantage if I could see some in person :)LOL!

Nancy L. said...

i'm going to watch your tutorial but i would love to have yours ;) thanks!

Merry said...

What a wonderful video and I can't wait to have a try of these flowers. The tutorial was great as you talk as you are here in the room with me.Thanks

Loz (Aus) said...

Wow! They're amazing... if my slow old computer can manage it I'm certainly going to watch your tutorial!

jen said...

Thanks for the tutorial! You're blog's always full of such fun ideas!

Cindy Lee said...

Thanks for sharing this tutorial, Courtney!! How sweet of you! And your flowers are really really pretty!

clouds shadler said...

Wow, what a really cool flower, awesome creativity!

Clouds :D

Sheila said...

I loved the flower tutorial, Courtney - thanks for sharing. I've given it a try and had lots of fun making some. Should you be interested in checking out my attempt, I've posted it on my blog at http://crazylovingit.blogspot.com/