Thursday, 19 November 2015

Enchanted Mum

Hi Everyone

Sorry It's late in the day to post the tutorial. Better late than never though.

Today's tutorial was a pleasure to make and so quick as it's all cut in one go. I cut the flower out twice to make it, more full. You don't have to, it's up to you.

Here Goes!



These are the product I used


First I stamped the image with Perfect medium and used silver embossing powder, then heat embossed it.


I then placed the die over the stamped images.


As I said I cut two lots out


The 1st large flower I folded the petals under


I then folded the 2nd large flower upwards, and also curled the remaining petals upwards.


When all the petals are put together I used the end of my paint brush and curled some of the petals in different directions.


And this is the finished flower. I did add a dazzler, but again that's optional as the centre of the flower is pretty without it. I also layered the dragonflies. So that's it, done! Hope you like it.

Big Hugs

Tina XX


32 comments:

  1. Absolutely perfick Tina!....and so beautiful! I know it would be smaller but do you think I could use the Heartfelt asters a I haven't got the Heartfelt Mums, Thank you so much for the great tutorial. I'm off to my first workshop a bit later on so hopefully I will find it interesting.
    Have a lovely weekend Tina an I hope Claire's pain is getting easier.
    Love and hugs Sheila xxxx

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    1. Hi Sheila

      I can't see why not. I think it would look lovely in fact I might have a go myself. Enjoy yourself at your 1st workshop and well done you for doing that, it's something I would love to do. I spoke to Claire yesterday and she did have a painful session at work that brought on some tears and had to walk out of the classroom so the little ones didn't see. If only I could have the pain instead, I was hoping once she had got past the sicky stage she could enjoy carrying her little bundle.

      Big Hugs

      Tina XX

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  2. Hi Tina, beautiful I must try with embossing powder.
    Hugs Clare xx

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  3. Hi Tina. Another great tutorial. The mums look beautiful and it must be so much easier when you have the stamps to give them a more beautiful finish. I am like Sheila and don't have the Mums but have the Delicate Asters so if you have them could you do a tutorial with a large and small full flower if you have the time. It must be awful for you to see Clare in pain when really she should be enjoying this special time. I just hope things get easier for her.
    Take care Tina and have a lovely weekend
    Best Wishes.
    Denise T x

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  4. Hi Tina, love the tutorial and the beautiful flower. I have the Delicate Asters too, so I will do that x Love and healing hugs to you and Claire xx Love Karen xx

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  5. Thank you for the tutorial Tina, your mums look fabulous. Sorry Claire is having such a difficult time, how much longer before the baby is due? Pat x

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    1. Hi nannapat

      Really pleased you liked the tutorial, thank you. Claire has another 15 weeks- ish to go, we are pinning high hopes on the new painkillers and the osteopath though. Fingers crossed X

      Big Hugs

      Tina XX

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  6. Thanks for the great tutorial Tina, lovely flowers :)
    Sorry to hear that Claire is still suffering, hopefully it'll get better as the baby gets bigger xx

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  7. Really pretty flower Tina. Take Care Melody xXx

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  8. Thanks Tina, this is so useful, your a real star to share it with us.

    Stay safe, healthy and happy, hugs, June Smith xxx

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    1. you're more than welcome, thank you June

      Big Hugs

      Tina XX

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  9. Hi Tina
    I love your Tutorial, such a lovely stamp and die , my wish list gets even longer sigh , i really need to win the lottery .
    Have a lovely weekend.
    Elaine H X

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  10. Hi Tina, A gorgeous flower to make,lovely tutorial and easy to follow. Thanks Tina
    I am sorry to hear Claire had a bad spell again,poor sole.Give her my love Tina
    Big hug Jane B.

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  11. WOW WOW WOW TIna they look amazing Thank you so much for your great tutorial.
    TIna sorry Claire is still in so much pain. I know how painfull Sciatica is as I have suffered a few times the last one being the worst.
    I hope she is in less pain today sendig her some healing (((((Hug's))))))& some (((Hug's ))))for you too.
    Lyndaxx

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  12. Hi Tina Gorgeous flower and love the effect of the stamp thank you for tutorial.

    Thinking of Claire hope she will soon feel more comfortable
    Jeanie.e xx

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  13. Thanks for the tutorial. You always make your flowers look so realistic. You inspired me to order this stamp and die so I can give it a try!

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    1. Hi SussieQ

      Sorry to encourage you to spend money, but you won't regret it. They are so quick to make and fun to do too.

      Big Hugs

      Tina XX

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  14. Hi hon.
    Absolutely gorgeous. I've started to look at my floral dies in a different light since you started showing us how to make the most of them with your tutorials. I really could go to town with them, and I have with one of the cards that was ordered, the only reason I've done it is because I made an extendable envelope for it to go in, otherwise I always use envelopes but they don't allow for layer upon layer. I'd have to increase the cost of the card's and I can't allow myself to do that. My turn for a dreadful week, remember that card you sent me ( phew - that one) ? Had to recycle 15 due to that problem yep, 15 !!!!! Can you imagine Tina ? So to say I've been stressed is an understatement I think I was as upset as I was a few months ago when we last spoke. I shall be SO pleased when Sunday has been and gone. I shall then go and spend the day with my two favourite girls next week, and spoil our Lottie like there is no tomorrow lol. Your outstanding Mum has cheered me up no end. Thanks love. Have a lovely weekend xxx p.s. I have no idea why my comment uploads twice, I only click the send button once !!

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    1. Hi Boss lady

      I did read your message on CE facebook yesterday about the stinky glue. I promise your, birthday this year will not have stinky glue. Being a bit thick I just thought that was how the glue should smell. I have since thrown it all away, but I do still use 3d glue hoping I just had a bad lot.

      I'll be pleased for you too when Sunday is done and dusted but just think of that lovely day you are going to have with Lou & Lottie, my goodness you deserve a break. X

      Big Hugs, talk soon

      Tina XX

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  15. Hello, beautiful flowers, simply gorgeous

    Lori

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    1. Hi Lori

      Lovely to have you on board, you are so welcome, and I'm pleased you liked the flowers too.

      Big Hugs

      Tina XX

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  16. Hello Tina,
    Another fabulous tutorial and I'll try it with the Aster as some of the other ladies have said. I think I have the matching stamp as well. In fact I'm going to have a look at what I have got!!! We buy these things, look at them, stroke them, and then put them away!!!
    I do hope Claire gets some ease soon. I was hoping that after a couple of weeks the pain would gradually go.
    Maureen xxx

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  17. Hi Maureen, Regarding Claire. You & me alike. I'm hoping that the painkillers & the Osteopath will bring some relief soon.

    I too need to have a good firk around in my old dies and see what I come up with. Would love to see what you come up with.

    Big Hugs

    Tina XX

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