Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Punched flowers with Distress Ink


I show you a tutorial to make these flowers.

For the flowers above, I have used these 3 Punches but of course you could also use other flower punches if you don' have these shapes.


For one flower you need 4 big, 3 middle and 3 little ones. I have used normal white cardstock.


Colour them with Distress Ink. You can use as many colours as you desire.


Then you have to make a little hole in the middle of each flower to put the brad inside. Put all flowers together.


Make everything wet by using a mini mister, so that the cardstock becomes soft. After that you have to fold each blossom to the inside and press it together.


If you feel that the cardstock isn't soft enough than make it wet again.

Now you have to use the hot air gun and open the flower a little bin.


You can embellish it now as you please. Use the flower either "plain", with a little bit of Stickles/Glimmer Mist or stamp a text or swirls on it. That's it!

I hope you like my tutorial and wish you a perfect day.

Hugs,
Ranita
(Sonia Dominguez)

39 comments :

  1. That was so cool! Love the way you make make the flowers :D

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  2. Thanks for the fab tutorial. Will definately have a go at making these. x

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  3. Hi Sister

    Danke vielmals für die klare Anleitung. Die Blümchen sehen super aus!! Das werde ich beim nächsten Mal gleich ausprobieren, jetzt wo ich diese Blümchen-Stanzer auch habe. :-)

    Hab Dich lieb!
    Besos
    Pati

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  4. This is a really cool tutorial, I think I'll try that.

    Thanks

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  5. Wow! Can't believe how easy it is to make a distressed flower! :)

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  6. Another great tutorial, thank you.

    Pam x

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  7. Thank you, yet another fantastic tutorial. I have just made the button from your last tutorial and it's worked brilliantly....I love it!
    Cannot wait to see what you do next. Ta Debbiexx

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  8. what a cool looking flower, fantastic tutorial.. xxx

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  9. thanks hun for the great tutorial
    gonna go get out my distressing inks and have a play

    hugs shell xx

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  10. Thanks so much for a fab tutorial. This is great when your running low on bought embellishments and need something elegant.

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  11. Thank you for the great tutorial.

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  12. Thank you, and lucky me have all these punches. I shall definately try this.

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  13. WOW! Awesome technique!! I will be trying this one! ~Tori

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  14. Hallo hijita , Super einfache und wunderschönes Tutorial ! DANKE !!!
    Te amo
    Mamita

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  15. What a wonderful tutorial! Can't wait to try these!

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  16. Stunning flowers and card!

    And yeah, I've got those punches so I'm going to try this for sure:-D Thanks for sharing!

    Inge xOx

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  17. Schöne Blümlis. Da hat sich der Workshop beim Stempelfee-Shop auf der Messe in Korntal ja gelohnt :)

    LG, Steffi

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  18. Hi
    Thas Fabulous must give it a whirl and so easy ...thanks for the tutorial
    Hugs
    Sylvie
    xxx

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  19. These are stunning Ranita! Off to try them now! thanks for the tutorial! hugs, Jane xx

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  20. Wonderful. these are pretty and looks easy. TFS

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  21. This is AWESOME! Thanks for the tutorial.

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  22. fabulous tutorial, love the flower, will have to try this! hugs Debx

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  23. Easy peasy...the way I like it! Thanks!

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  24. Now I have made my own of these. I was fun. I also made a smaller variant, with just a few more of the two smallest flower.
    You can see a picture of them in my blog - HERE :)

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  25. Thank you for a wonderful tutorial. I can't wait to try it!

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  26. Wow, can`t wait to get home and try it out:) Thanks for the tutorial :D

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  27. Beautiful flowers!! Many thanks for the tutorial :o)
    Hugs, Candy

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  28. Brilliant! I have these flower punches,they are my most used. can't wait to get a new look from them too! Thankyou x

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  29. what a fantastic idea - so easy yet beautiful results - just had a go & love it! thank you xx

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  30. Lovely!!! I shall try this. So easy to do and the flowwers are so pretty. Have a nice day1

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  31. It is fantastic!!!! bye Ermes

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  32. Wow, thanks for this. Never enough techniques for making flowers... the more the merrier!!

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  33. Fantastic tutorial, gorgeous flowers, all I need now is the punches lol! Take CAreX:)

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  34. Wow! What a fantastic flowers! Thank you for showing how to make them. Kind regards, Gepke

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  35. What a neat technique! I will definately make some, thanks so much :)

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