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How I made My Flowers
for this week's projects

Some of my new followers have been wondering how I made the flowers I embellished this week´s card with, so I decided to re-post my tutorial video and share it here on the blog with you! 

For more tutorial videos please visit my Youtube channel! I do hope you have enjoyed this week´s projects. This weekend I plan on locking myself inside my craft room and making new projects!

Thanks again everyone for your kind, kind comments! It´s nice to know you like what I share!


  1. And yet another beautiful card and flowers. The video had a lot of good information in it. I thought that I have every craft tool that has been made but I must have some how overlooked this I will have to get me one of those. I do hope that you get your craft time this weekend and yes throw that key away for sure. Thank you so much Gracie for sharing your inspirational video on how to make your beautiful flowers. It is so very thoughtful of you.

  2. Your flowers are super gorgeous. Thanks for the tutorial.

  3. Such gorgeous flowers. The unique colors make them so lovely. Thanks for sharing your techniques! You have such lovely hands. Hugs.

  4. Loved the video and flowers...missed how to add stamens to full flowers? Pierce a hole to put them thru?


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