Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Tattered Floral Challenge and Giveaway

What a beautiful Wednesday it is here, cold but nice and sunny.  This kind of weather gives us hope that Spring is just around the corner. More hours of daylight, more heat in the sun...who can't LOVE that??  I have to admit Spring isn't my favorite season (fall is!) but Tim Holtz has challenged us all to a little Bring on Spring fun with his Tattered Floral Challenge.  As soon as I read the post the wheels started turning as to what I wanted to do. The ideas went from a tag, to a card to a framed picture but then I thought I wanted to do something a little different and I loved it more and more as I was working on it.  I absolutely LOVED how it turned out and is even cuter in person.


 These are going to sit on my crafting table all year round because they just make my heart smile and the best thing is that I don't have to remember to water them!  Lets get started on just how these beauties came to be...

Items and supplies used: tattered floral die, vagabond, tissue wrap, distress paints, distress ink, ink blending tool,water mister, heat tool, multi-medium, distress stickles, buttons, pipe cleaners, floral tape, scissors.


Flowers are cut from Tim Holtz's Ideology paper wrap.  For these beauties I used the terminology paper but any of the line would work perfectly.  I love the weight and the way it allows for flowers to look light and airy.  
 


 Next, I brought these flowers to life by using the awesome Distress paints. Let your creativity loose here! Playing here is key.  I have a few layers to colour and also misted some layers to get the look I wanted.  I heated the flowers to set.  Once getting the look I wanted I then used the ink blending tool with black soot around the edges and a bit all over to bring it all home. No one is the same!


Assembly is next.  The large flowers I created have 4 layers of the same large flower and 1 of the smallest flowers as the centre.  After being glued Distress Stickles were rubbed on the petals for a vintage look (used Barn Door and Walnut Stain).


For assembly of the daisy flower, first fold in half then in quarters.  Each quartered flower is then glued using Multi Medium on top of one another to obtain the wanted fullness.


I didn't want any of the flowers to be neglected or feel left out so I also used the medium ones and made some really cute little flowers that I added buttons for their centers.  These flowers are made by folding them in half and gluing 4 flowers together, each placed 90 degrees from the one below. (See the flowers with the button centers)


No flower is complete without a stem.  These are made by twisting 4 pipe cleaners together, cutting them in half and wrapping with floral tape.  When I got to the end I wrapped each individual pipe cleaner end with tape and used this as my gluing point (more surface area) for my flower making them look even realistic from the back.

As I was creating this cute little bouquet I was thinking what I would put it in and a great little auction find was a perfect fit.


A few up close pictures to show some of the detail I have fallen in love with...





I hope this project helps get your creativity going and you too join in on Tim's Tattered Floral Challenge Be sure to link your creation on his post for your chance to win one of the great prize packages he is giving away.  I can only imagine all the creative goodness that could be coming your way.

Thank you for stopping by to check out my creation and I hope you had as much fun learning as I did making this.  I mentioned a SURPRISE in my last post and I will not disappoint!! For all of you that leaves a comment HERE I will randomly be selecting one lucky person who will take home one of the Tattered Floral Dies that has graciously been provided by Tim himself.  I would love to see what you have created so feel free to add your link with your comment so I can check it out.  (Remember that you also have to link your project on Tim's blog to get in on his winnings.)  My draw will be also done from all the comments posted by midnight March 22nd so you have time to get inky! Bring on Spring! h

**Edited** I am going to change the draw date for the Tattered Floral die.  I will be drawing from all comments left up until this Sunday night March 10  at midnight. This will give time for the lucky winner to get in on even more fun!




159 comments:

  1. I agree it looks much better in person. Great job and congrats on your blog..Mom

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  2. you flowers are GORGEOUS!!!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE them!

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  3. Awesome job Heather! The pictures do not do your flowers justice. They are so cute! I'm enjoying your blog :)

    Shannon Y

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  4. WOW!!! Heather... WOW!!! This is better than two dozen red roses and a box of chocolate. How gorgeous!

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  5. Oh my! These flowers make me swoon! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  6. awesome flowers Heather and enjoy looking at the blog daily while here in Halifax.Keep up the good work.

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  7. gorgeous, heather!!! really really love the tissue wrap...they are so sweet and vintage looking! great job!!! XOXO

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  8. Hey H....Awesome flowers and what a great job you are doing on your new blog!!

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  9. Love your tattered floral bouquet ... awesome!

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  10. Your flowers are just amazing!!! I so have to try your technique!!!

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  11. WOW ... these are fabulous. You've done such a great job! I'd keep them up year round, too. What great inspiration. I might just jump on the tattered bandwagon, too. I love these - and the colors are stupendous. LOVE THEM. I saw that Mario posted this on FB ... but I'll be back!
    kosec@sbcglobal.net

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  12. WOW! this is awesome! i think they look fabulous here, so to hear (read) that they look even better in person - just wow. and the pitcher is PERFECT.
    i would love to take part in the challenge, but i don't have the die :( so i unfortunately have to pass on this one.

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  13. Incredibly beautiful! They so lifelike I think I can smell them! Thanks for the tutorial!

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  14. Yoour flowers are gorgeous and anyone would be more than happy to receive a bunch of them as a present/gift especially knowing they will never wilt. A forever present, how special. The colours are lovely and finding the odd button etc just adds to their uniqueness. Wonderful

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  15. tOTALLY AWESOME, i LOVE THE EFFECT OF THE STRIPES ON YOUR FLOWERS. TOTALLY LOVELY

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  16. These are lovely. Better than any I could make. Love the use of the new paints.

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  17. How gorgeous your flowers are! I love them, they are awesome. What an original and innovative way to use Tim's Tattered Floral Dies. And they look so beautiful in their pitcher, I'd leave them out all year to enjoy them too! :-)

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  18. Well I just became #7 follower and that is my lucky number! Love this gorgeous tattered floral bouquet! Love the gift that keeps giving! Thank you for sharing such a great tutorial. I actually linked up my TF today! Enjoy!

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  19. Fantastic!!!! Can't wait to make mine. Locking myself in my craft room tomorrow. Congrats on your Tim feature.

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  20. This is just amazing! Way to rise to a challange!

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  21. Wow...These are Fabulous. I love how you made them and the end result is amazing. Your display is wonderful. I would keep them around all year long too.

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  22. Love it! Awesome creativity!
    Thanks to Mario and Tim - I have a new blog to follow! Keep up the great work inspiring everyone!

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  23. WOW yours are amazing. Maybe because of the warm colors you have chosen to use as I love the warm colors also.

    Keep creating and sharing because I am now a follower of yours through the email

    Enjoy
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    TA

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  24. Beautiful, I will have to try this technique, too.
    thanks...
    Barbara

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  25. Nicely done, Heather. I'm reminded of poppies when I look at your pictures. They're one of my favorite flowers. I may just have to go out and buy me some of Tim's wrap because it is so light and airy looking. Not having to water them is an added bonus!

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    1. That is exactly what they reminded me of as well and at first I was just going to do a whole bouquet of poppies. As I kept going I couldn't stop and thought the others just added something perfect to the bunch.

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  26. Very beautiful flowers and the colors are perfect! What a great idea and I think I can do that!!!!

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  27. You never cease to amaze me! Love them. I am going to start tonight. Thanks for always getting my creative juices flowing

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  28. These flowers are beautiful. I would leave them out as well to look at all the time! So creative!

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  29. Gorgeous flowers! I can almost feel the warm spring breezes!

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  30. These are truly STUNNING! I think I'll have to try making my own bouquet! Thanks for the tutorial. :)

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    1. Thanks Cindy, I would love to see your bouquet when you do!

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  31. Awesome job Heather! Thanks for the tutorial

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  32. Gorgeous bouquet, thanks for the tutorial too.

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  33. I absolutely love the airiness of the flowers. They don't have a heavy feel. It makes me thing of Spring (light & airy). Thank you for sharing your project.

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  34. This project is wonderful. Made my challenge

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  35. Great Flowers

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  36. Oh these flowers are gorgeous, love the colors !!

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  37. Beautiful flowers. I love the antique pitcher they are in. Very nice arrangement.

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  38. Great flowers!! I love the texture and colors! I would love to win a tattered flowers die!

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  39. These flowers are so very pretty and would look great in any vintage or Victorian decor. Your technique(s) used are interesting and gave you a wonderful outcome.

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  40. Wonderful....if I was home with my crap room, I would make some but alas, won't be home til spring...and I don't have that die; I have been cutting various flowers on my cricut and have a boxfull of them cutout but havn't done anything with them yet. This inspires me; Love em, love em, love em......Kk

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  41. Just gorgeous! I'm not sure I would have that much patience (or time) to do such a large arrangement, so I am totally in awe! Love that you've used the tissue wrap & how the print can be seen through, but from a distance just looks like texture/distress. Stunning, and thank you for sharing :)

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  42. wow! these flowers are awesome!! They will be beautiful on your crafting table....and i am sure they will keep you smiling!

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  43. These flowers are absolutely gorgeous and they make me smile every time I go back and look at them! Such a wonderful creation you made for us to enjoy also. Thank you for sharing your amazing talent.

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    1. Thanks Susan for stopping by and leaving your kind words. I am so happy to share with you and love the connection this craft brings.

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  44. Wow really pretty. I will have to try that. Thanks for the idea.

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  45. Very pretty flowers. Lovely colors too. I don't have this die, so I won't be able to do the challenge. It would be fun to win the die though. Good luck, everyone.

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  46. Oh my goodness, they are SO cute!!! Can't wait to get my paints...

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  47. fabulous Heather...I am glad you took on the challenge with such a great project. I bet the up close if fabulous!
    much love
    paula

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    1. Thanks Paula, I had so much fun creating and being a part of this challenge.

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  48. WoW! These are absolutely fabulous and look gorgeous in the little jug - what a find! xx

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  49. Wow!! Your bouquet is beautiful!! Love that you used the tissue and the colors!! Also, your auction find was perfect!! Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win!! Have a fabulous week!! ;)

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  50. Love how wispy and whimsical these are...they will make you happy all year long. Here's the link to the tag I made for Tim's challenge: http://www.kathybydesign.com/hand-crafted-spring-flowers-tim-holtz-tattered-floral-challenge/?fb_source=pubv1

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  51. Beautiful flowers! I just love your display. I'm a new follower!!

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  52. They are truly gorgeous. I'd love to enter thee challenge but I don't have the die.....yet. I'm going to buy it when I visit the NEC in march so I can use it with another lovely technique- laminating water colour paper & PVA glue to make jewellery .

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  53. Absolutely gorgeous!!! You have really inspired me to give it a try!!!

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  54. Thank you for sharing your beautiful creation. I am excited to get started this weekend creating!!!

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  55. WOW .... totally stunning ... FAB job ... love them xxx Tina

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  56. Very cool and i love the fact that you have them on your table because they make you happy looking at them. That's the best kind of project!

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  57. Beautious...I would not have thought to try paint on tissue paper that wasn't already glued to something stronger...great idea!!

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  58. Beautiful project! Thanks for sharing your technique :)

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  59. Gorgeous! I would keep them on show all year round too!

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  60. Oh my goodness, they're so pretty! And the jug is perfect for them.

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  61. Ooooo, those are so pretty. They almost make me think of dried flowers, but better. :-)

    Happy creating!

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  62. Lovely lovely lovely. What an out of the box idea. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  63. Totally amazing!! It would be cool to do different colour schemes for each season and always have "fresh flowers" on hand!

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  64. Those flowers would look great on my dinner table.

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  65. What a great technique and lovely result. Great to find a fellow Canadian's Blog too. Thanks for sharing. terryk

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  66. Great directions - thanks for sharing. What a wonderful way to encourage spring

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  67. I love that your mom was the first to post - so sweet! Love your take on the challenge and would very much enjoy the die.

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  68. Thank you for the tutorial on how you made these. My daughter is getting married in December and wants paper flowers in her wedding bouquet with andtique brooches as the centers. Now I know how I will accomplish that!

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  69. Heather,
    This is amazing, I truly would have never thought of making an arrangement. Now you truly have me thinking. I'm going to have to try to come up with something fabulous. Easter is just around the corner.

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  70. Congratulations on your new blog! I love your creation, such a beautiful bouquet!

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  71. I don't have any floral dies unfortunately so no link from me but I absolutely love your light and airy flowers. The tissue paper is perfect!

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  72. What a great bouquet and it is well presented in the lovely pewter vase! AS for the giveaway of the die I pass my turn because I already own one. But anyways here is my participation in the challenge just for you to see.
    http://lamaisondeplume.blogspot.ca/2013/02/collection-printemps-pour-tim-holtz.html

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  73. Wow, is all I can say, they are beautful, its amazing how one floral die can create such a huge community. Happy crafting

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  74. How pretty. I can imagine doing this with a poinsietta die, too! I sure would like to try this die out.
    Thanks

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  75. Oh, your flowers are just so cute! Luv 'em!

    Thank you for the chance to win the tattered flower die set. I don't have it...but if I win then I can play in the challenge. What fun!
    blessings, denise :D

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  76. These are so pretty, Tims challenge is puttings lots of things in my idea box. One day we will have the die, but there are lots of ways to make simular mums great with coming up with ideas to improvise. Happy crafting.

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  77. So pretty - I wish I had more time to play. And access to the new paints - I haven't gotten to try them, yet. Thanks for sharing.

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  78. Beautiful arrangement-Love your flowers!

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  79. Great use of the dies. thanks so much for sharing.

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  80. Gorgeous!!! Love seeing them all out on the table and how many it took to create this gorgeous bouquet that will. Never weep or die! Fab creation!!!

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  81. How I would love to receive a lovely bunch of flowers such as yours - they are just gorgeous.
    Laughing at Tim's comment about saying Nova Scotia!! - my daughter lives there too

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  82. Heather, couldn't get an RSS fee for your blog. I think you have to allow for that. Would like to follow your blog posts.

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  83. Stunning.... Really simply Stunning....
    Thank you for sharing your talents with us.
    Sarinda

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  84. Wow! These are so awesome. I love the colors and the arrangement is gorgeous. The addition of the stickles was just the perfect extra touch!

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  85. Just darling, I would love to have a bouquet of those flowers in my studio as well. Looks like I'd better get busy!

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  86. Beautiful job! They are awesome!

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  87. Such a beautiful bouquet! I love what you've done, very clever. I'd leave it in my studio all year, too!

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  88. These flowers are beautiful! Thanks for showing us how to make them. They really do make you smile and "Think Spring"!! I already have this die so if by some lucky chance you pick my number please repick so the die goes to someone who doesn't have it and will enjoy it as much as I do! Just wanted to leave a comment on how much I love your flowers!
    Karen M.

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  89. your flower bouquet is beautiful...
    i have been in a creative slump and i'm not much of a "spring/summer" creator either! (more of a fall/Christmas) but this has inspired me...
    i have organized my studio and i'm ready to create!
    thank you :)

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  90. Oh, Heather. Tks for taking time to share your tutorial. I don't have any of the tissue paper, but I think I can stamp on some white plain tissue paper. Love the paints and the colors you used. More items on my wish list. Can't wait to try those paints. You did a great job in presenting an all season bouquet with your choice of colors. Just beautiful!

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  91. I'll bet you are ready for some longer days up there! Your flowers reminded me of poppies..I liked the muted ink colors you used....looking very natural. Thanks for sharing your ideas with the world.

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  92. Your flowers are beautiful! I have the tattered flowers. If you pick me give them to some one else.

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  93. Fabulous job with the flowers. All this has really inspired me to do the challenge.

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  94. What a beautiful project! I am really going to try this as soon as possible. Thanks for sharing this great idea!

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  95. Such a stunning project, Heather, I love it!

    Majo

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  96. Oh - how could I do with some flowers that I don't need to water! Wonderful bouquet you have created. BJ

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  97. Your bouquet is lovely. Thank you so much for sharing your methods with us.

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  98. Your bouquet is stunning, love how you painted onto the tissue paper, will try that technique now. I have done a flower garden using krinkly kraft paper but I like the colours on your creation so much more.....we live and learn I guess! Anne x

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  99. Utterly, utterly gorgeous! So romantic, and delicate, and beautiful... the colours are amazing - this is beyond inspirational...
    Alison x

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  100. your flowers are so delicate. they would be right at home in any lady's boudoir. love them!

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  101. Heather, your flowers are gorgeous and they make me smile, too. I have this floral die so give others a chance to win. And I will be trying my hand at making my own bouquet, thanks to your inspiration. Thank you! I am new to your blog and i am so glad I found you!

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  102. What a gorgeous bouquet you have created! This would brighten up any craft studio for sure!

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  103. Your bouquet is lovely. It's perfect in the little pitcher you found. I love the vintage pearl button.

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  104. Your bouquet is so beautiful!
    I want one! mayby make one!!
    ...and i need this die set too !!
    Thk u for chance to win!

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  105. Beautiful flowers with the Tattered Floral Die! Glad Tim Holtz sent us over...hugs

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  106. Great tutorial, awesome flowers, and nice giveaway. I don't want to win since I already have this die but want to tell you thanks for this nice inspiration. Can't wait to read about the "flour" part if it is anything as good as the "ink" part. Good luck with your blog.

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  107. LOVE your creativity! And great job on the tutorial too. Your flowers are beautiful and I can see why you wouldn't want to 'put them away' :) TFS
    Beth Anne in PA
    woody42997ataoldotcom

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  108. Oh wow!! Just stunning heather!! So beautiful xx

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  109. Love your gorgeous tattered flowers. The colors are so soft and pretty. Thanks for the chance.

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  110. Wow these flowers are gorgeous such soft colors can see why you would want to display them all year . I just found your after visiting the Cutting Garden on FB . i'm now a follower. Would like if you dropped by blog for a visit http://craftsbeyond.blogspot.ca/ I live in NS too . Thanks for a chance to win

    Marilyn

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  111. The daisies are so darling! Thanks for the tutorial too.

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  112. Your flowers are gorgeous. Love all the dimension and texture you created while putting them together.

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  113. LUV your boquet!! LUV your blog!! LUV the fact you live in N.S., as I'm originally from there, but relocated several years ago; TFS & found your blog on the fantastic Tim's blog; did I say he's fantastic?!

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    1. I agree with you on the fantastic bit! Thank you for comments and stopping by, I hope you get back to NS to visit! Hoping you are somewhere warmer! :)

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  114. Paula, your flowers make an absolutely fantastic arrangement. I was fascinated by how you made them and plan to give your techniques a try very soon. Thanks for giving such detailed steps.

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  115. What a glorious bunch. Such a happy centre piece and so low maintenance. Thanks for sharing

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  116. I love these! Nobody in my local craft store has these paints yet. Ugh! But when they do, I can't wait to try them! thanks for the opportunity to win!
    Fondly, Tami

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  117. I love these! Nobody in my local craft store has these paints yet. Ugh! But when they do, I can't wait to try them! thanks for the opportunity to win!
    Fondly, Tami

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  118. The perfect flowers, never have time to water real ones, but think these are just as beautiful. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  119. Congrats on your new blog - love it and your awesome Floral piece.

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  120. I have loved looking at your flowers and am excited to find another blog to follow. Some people think the best thing about Tim's blog is the teaching but I think it is the links! The inspiration just continues to multiply.

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    1. I absolutely think it is both! His creativity is ingenious and the inspiration from everyone is beyond inspiring! Thank you for your kind words.

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  121. That looks amazing! First I thought it´s some sort of fabric but now I saw it´s tissue paper and I love that you can still read and see what´s on it. Great job!

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  122. Love your bouquet...I have to try your technique...beautiful and so colorful.

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  123. Love it and will need to try your technique

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  124. What an awsome piece of crafty artwork I'm sure this piece will grace your desk for some time. Very clever thinking. Looking forward to looking in on further crafty works of yours . Karen dale

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  125. Divine flowers, they look beautiful. I know I would love them on my desk too. TFS.
    hugs {brenda} x0x

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  126. LOVE your bouquet!!!!! I would want to leave it out all year too!!! Don't include me in the drawing as I already have the die!!

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  127. Gorgeous flowers. I also have been folding my flowers into quarters to make, but I absolutely love your centers! My rose box I made for challenge - http://eridoodle.blogspot.com/2013/03/tattered-florals-vintage-rose-box.html
    A flower for a scrapbook - http://eridoodle.blogspot.com/2013/02/tim-holtz-tattered-florals-die-challenge.html

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  128. That's gorgeous! I love the effect of folding the flowers! I wish I could see them in person, they're so lovely in the pictures...which don't do them justice, I'm sure. thanks for sharing!

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  129. Wow, love the delicate looks of the flowers. Thanks for sharing. Now I can try to make my own.

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  130. Love how you folded and glued the daisies, but all the flowers are beautiful. So much attention to painting and inking, one can feel the love there are made with.
    Margriet

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  131. Your bouquet is gorgeous!!! I have some ideas swirling in my head for the challenge, this inspires me to get busy and try my ideas. Thankyou for sharing your creativity with all of us.
    Jacquelene L.
    Toronto,
    Canada

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  132. What a sensational idea - a floral bouquet !! You did a great job on it. Thanks for the tutorial.
    ~ Terry ~

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  133. Thank you for the inspiration, I too love the fall colors:) So glad I stumbled upon your blog!

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  134. I love your flower bouquet! This tutorial gives me inspiration!

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  135. I love the colors you created... and the antique look of your bouquet!

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  136. Beautiful flowers! I'm well known for not watering flowers, these are perfect for me.

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  137. These are beautiful and creative. I just redid my entire scrapbook to make it functional and reflect my personality. I can't wait to make a version of this for my beautiful room.

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  138. Your bouquet is beautiful! And the colors stunning. I'm itching to try this myself. Thanks.

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  139. Heather -

    These are absolutely stunning. I love the colors and the techniques. It really shows how you can use the same products for so many things...tags, cards, scrapbook pages, 3D creations, etc. Your auction find was certainly the perfect "vase".

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  140. My goodness, I am speechless! I'm so inspired by your creativity! Love, love, love the flowers you made! I would love to win the tattered flower die since my stash is lacking its presence!

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  141. This project is beautiful. Thanks so much for the give away. I don't have this die yet and now I can see all the cool things to do it.

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  142. lovely floral arrangement, the colortones are perfect

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  143. What a beautiful bouquet. It's so different from the one I made. Gorgeous!

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