My Photo

Mailing List Sign Up

Your email address:

Powered by FeedBlitz

« More Spring Fling Photos... | Main | Royal Blog Tour - Coming Friday, April 30th through Monday, May 3rd! »

April 25, 2010



Wow, your flowers are amazing! I wasn't able to get such a wonderful result as you did here, but wanted to say a huge THANK YOU for the great tutorial!!!!!
Sylvia xx


A brilliant tutorial. Had made the flowers using the crumpled technique but hadn't seperated the layers before - off to try it now. Thanks for this x

Anne-marie Wheeler

Hi Lynn, great tutorial thank you for sharing I made these yesterday and have linked you on my blog so others can find you as I think these flowers are gorgeous and so easy to make


Only just found this tut; and think it's off to play, thankyou for sharing.x

Trish Lewis

Can't stop making these FABULOUS flowers! Thank you for your tutorial Lynn. I have used them on everything.
Love Trish


These are totally awesome. I have been wanting a crimper, but wasn't sure I'd use it. Definitely will for this. Thank you.

Cassie Morrow

These flowers are so gorgeous and lifelike. Thanks for posting this tutorial! Look forward to more from you... (;

Norma Parton

The flowers are awesome. They are so pretty they look like something you would have paid alot of money for at the store.
Thanks for sharing your knowledge.


Great tutorial leading to lovely flowers, definately something to play with. Love the colours you have used. Thank you for sharing

Holly Flores

I love these, thanks so much for sharing!


These are beautiful! Another use for that crimper that has been sitting in the bottom of my drawer unused for years. TFS


What size of punch did you use for these flowers?


These are gorgeous I had been seeing these around. Thank you so much for making and sharing the wonderful How To Tutorial.

This is going to be great to do with the grandchildren this summer.


I love these flower. Thanx for the tutorial, now I most definitely have to make a few of these in different colors.

MS.Small Businesses

very nice pictorial ..
Thanks for sharing and having time to display your beautiful creatures...

Sallyann Jackson

These are brilliant and look easy cant wait to have a play

Lydia Jones

Thank you so much for your instructions. I am a 1/2 grade teacher. I taught my students how to make these flowers. They were so excited and did a wonderful job

Linda Hansberry

Wow! I used to make punched flowers but these are so much easier to do with bad hands. Had to give up on all the punching. Thanks for sharing.



What a great tutorial and the flowers are lovely. Thank you.

Jean Taylor

thanks for the great tutorial. Going to make some of those today.


Thank you so much for sharing this tutorial. Your flowers are truly amazing.


Oh my goodness, these are beautiful! I might just have to blow the dust off my crimper and give them a try. Thanks for the tutorial!

Fae Campbell

WOW, thank you so much for sharing these gorgeous flowers with us and what a great tutorial to follow. Love them and can't wait to give them a try.

Thanks, Fae

Billie Rice

GREAT.....I am having a workshop tomorrow and this is going to be a surprise project. Thanks for the tutorial you have done a beautiful job on these, hope I can do as well


Great tutorial!! I love how clearly you explained the steps.

Linda Cuellar

I have one word WOW. Love the tutorial and I am now a fan of paper flowers.Thank you for sharing the instructions.


Oh, wow, Lynn, this is amazing. I love making my own flowers, so anything new to try, and I'm like a bee to a honey pot, lol.

Thanks for sharing.

Judi xx

Linda Miller

Loved your tutorial, there are so... many ways to make flowers. I am only beginning but just love your great explanations.

Thank you, Do you know anything about a website called Learn2stamp? I found some Iris folding patterns there, but cannot seem to get back to it. Thought maybe you were connected somehow. Glad I found your site today.


Nicole Goding

Fantastic idea - looks so realistic. I will definitely have to give this a try. Thank you for sharing.

Diane speed

Thank you so much Lynn. fantastic tutorial i just had to have a go. I've put my first ones on my blog and added a link to this page. I love making boxes and these are just what i need as they can be made with the same cardstock as the box for a perfect match.

Judy Garza

Fabulous instructions and photos! Thanks for taking the time to show us all how to do these awesome flowers!


These are stunning. Thank you for sharing.


Wow, Thankyou so much for sharing this tutorial with us. I can't wait to have a go. Your work is just amazing. Hugs Rita xxx


thanks so much for taking the time to show us how to make these gorgeous flowers:)

Gwen Bekius

Thank you so much for sharing the instructions for the gorgeous flowers. After my first one I couldn't stop making them.
I will be using them to decorate a small grapevine wreath,as an embelishment on a wrapped gift, in a frame with a picture of my granddaughter...the list goes on.
Yikes! This is better than chocolate!


Absolutely brilliant! They look like they'd fool a hive of bees.

Sue Ring

I am so happy I found your blog and this tutorial. I have been seeing these flowers everywhere and wondered how to make them and now I know!! Thank you so much!!

Debbie Moore

Wonderful tutorial, I love the distressed flowers. I hope they are as easy to make as you make them sound. I love them Thanks

Bobbie Tripp

Thanks for the tutorial-Love the wedding invitation


Fantastic I love the effect this give TFS x

Lynnor aka icensheba on SCS

These are so pretty and so easy to make!! I ran right to the stamp room and made one. Took less than a minute, I think!! Thanks so much for sharing this!! Haven't used my crimper in ages!!

Wendy Cummings

Thank you for sharing the technique used in making these beautiful flowers.
Can't wait to see how mine turn out!


You are obviously very creative and talented. Keep up the beautiful work!

Faith Gaspar

Thank you so much for sharing you flowers and the tutorial.... I soooo appreciate your time....



WOW . . . great flowers . . . must have a go at that. Hope it's ok, but I've added a link to this tutorial on my own blog.

Thank you for sharing your brilliant idea.


Thanks for the tutorial I had a go and the results are on my blog.

Debbie Van Gieson

Great tutorial Lynn! I've seen these done different ways but I like this way the best..very light and fluffy flowers! Thanks so much for sharing! Will be making these using tons of retired DSP...

Jayne Fuller


Mel M

Simply stunning! Love the colours you made.

The comments to this entry are closed.

Order Online

My Calendar of Events

Join My Team!


Product Line

I'm Certified!

Stamped Art from the Heart Group Blog

Twitter Updates

    follow me on Twitter
    Blog Widget by LinkWithin
    Blog powered by Typepad
    Member since 10/2006

    Stamping Top 50

    Scrapbooking Top 50

    • Top50 Scrapbooking Blogs