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April 25, 2010


Sandra Dailey

Yes, they are truly elegant -- that was the first word that came to my mind when I saw them. I made these "by accident" one day when I was attaching with Sticky Strip and the cardstock literally pulled apart into 2 layers when I was arranging. So the next time I just misted the punched part with water, crinkled it up with my hands, and then opened and peeled it apart. It was so nice that you took the time to write the tutorial -- I will be copying!!

Jean Fitch

Wonderful tutorial Lynn. Thanks for sharing! Hmm....wonder if I can get my cats to help with the distressing...

Missy K.

Love this tutorial. Can't wait to try it.


Thanks for the tutorial. I would never have thought your flowers were made from card stock.


Awesome job Lynn.....I love making these flowers. I have used them on memory album pages and on cards...they are really eye catching!!

Debby Kainu

Lynn ~ thanks for the great tutorial. Will definitely be making some of these. Debby

Dale Morin

Love the flowers. I am off to make some right now. Thanks a bunch for sharing.


sherry davis

Great tutorial on how to do these flowers. I have done them with tissue paper but I don't do real well with them as I end up tearing more than I get looking pretty. Will definitely be trying the card stock method.

Sharon Williams

Great tutorial. Thank you for sharing it. I hope you do more. It was plain and easy to follow and the results are fantastic.


Just made one took minutes love the look can't wait to make more.tutorial was so easy to follow

Ann Fitton

Lynn this is genius!!! Thanks for the tutorial!!

Becky Jensen

Thanks for your tutorial. I've made similar flowers but never thought of pulling the cardstock apart for these to make them light and fluffy looking. Thanks!

Lori Mueller

I love these flowers! Thanks for the tutorial! I've got to get busy and make some of these for myself. TFS!!

Judy M

Lynn these are so pretty! Thanks so much for sharing!



Very very pretty but yet so simple & a wonderful outcome! Thanks for sharing this!

Chris Weiss

LOVE the tutorial! these turned out great!

BettyAnn Arrasmith

These are awesome flowers! I must try this myself. The possibilities are endless. Thank you for sharing. BettyAnn

Adrian Mondy

too cute !! I'll definitely try it out ! Thanks for sharing !

Brenda Cook

Your flowers are gorgeous! Can't wait to see what you make with them. TFS


What great flowers. I am going to have to try it.
Thanks so much for sharing this.

Glenda Mollet

Awesome, I lovel your flowers. Thanks so much for sharing. Now I'm off to create some too!

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