Monday, January 10, 2011

Lollipop Fabric Flowers

Hello,

I tried to make these lollipop fabric flowers before but they didn't turn out good because I hand cut the circle.  So I finally bought the Sizzix circle #2 and made these.





Tutorial can be found here.  I used the tea light candle to heat the edge of the  circles instead of the lighter.

I am entering this to the following:

 Make it Monday.

Papersundaes - Circle

Craft Your Days Away - Anything Goes

Send A Smile 4 Kids - Anything goes

Thanks for visiting.

Helen

15 comments:

Monica said...

These flowers are out of this world... these are my fave flowers out of all the ones you have made. I like the imperfect look. Makes them look great. And I love the distressed effect on them.

Happy new year with lots of love,

Monica

Monica said...

Hi Helen,

Thanks for your comments... sure feels good to be back in blogland. You all are such an important part of my life now that I miss not keeping in touch with you.

Regarding the cold in India - since it is a huge country it has diverse weather conditions. The Northern part is generally very cold in winter with snow in the Himalayas. The capital New Delhi is in the North so it gets quite cold. But this winter seems to be the coldest ever.

Hugs,

M

Doreen said...

Love your flowers.Thanks for sharing this with us at CYDA.xxx

Ann said...

Great flowers Helen. Love the shiny look to the fabric. I never would have thought of using a tea light for the edges.

DeStampin'Corner said...

These are beautiful flowers! You are so brave to use flames to do the edges of the flower. Not something for.

Carol Johnston said...

Lovely Card.Thanks for playing this week at Send A Smile 4 Kids challenge blog.
Carol J

Shirley-anne said...

What pretty flowers, so uniform . Love the bling for centres .

Michelle said...

Hi Helen

Ooh I love these, they looks so beautiful.
I dare not even try to make them or I risk burning the house down, lol.

Thank you for linking up to Make It Monday this week.

Michelle :-)

Rae said...

Are these flowers beautiful, gorgeous, stunning or all of the above? You know it, Helen (all of the above!)! Can't wait to see what you do with them!

PawwPadd said...

Hey Girl! I'm back blogging and glad I am! I missed you all so much! Come check out my Men's cards I have up right now. I'm gonna have up another post by the time you get over there but just scroll down to see it. These flowers are fab! You never cease to amaze me Helen! You do such great work! See ya friend!
Bethann

Mari K. said...

Such great flowers!Thanks for joining us in the Send A Smile 4 kids challenge!

WendyP said...

gorgeous flowers ! - thanks for joining our 1st challenge at Send A Smile 4 Kids challenge blog

Sharon said...

Beautiful flowers - very clever. Thanks for joining the Send a Smile 4 Kids challenge.

Tracy V. said...

Great flowers!! Thanks for playing with us at Paper Sundaes! Hope to see you back.
Tracy V.

Shana said...

These flowers are amazing! Thanks for joining us at Paper Sundaes - we hope to see you again this week for our big Birthday Celebration!