Saturday, July 4, 2009

Lag dine egne blomster.


Vi kortlagere elsker blomster! Blomster er ofte det ”lille ekstra” på kortene våre, og de kan kjøpes i de lekreste farger og design. Men vi kan også lage dem selv. Mange av oss har de populære retro punchene, og har du ikke det, så er disse blomstene enkle å klippe ut for hånd. Man kan gjøre så mye for å fiffe opp disse enkle blomstene. Bruk mønsterpapir, eller stempler, bruk embossing, glossy og glitter.
Jeg har tatt utgangspunkt i disse blomstene, og håper dere finner noe nytt dere har lyst til å prøve i denne tutorialen.

Card makers love flowers! Often the flowers really make the card, and we can buy all kinds of beautiful flowers, with different colors and designs. But we can also make them ourselves! Many of us have the popular Retro Punch, and if not, these flowers are easy to cut out by hand. There are so many things we can do to “piff up” these flowers. Different kind of paper, embossing, stamps, glitter and glossy.
I have used only retro flowers in this tutorial, and I hope you find something new that you would like to try out.








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Først vil jeg lage ”blonde blomster”. Til dette trenger du en punch med bølgekant.
Dette er de tre punchene jeg har brukt.

First I will make some “lace flowers”, and for this you need a scalloped punch.
These are the punches that I used.








Snu punchen, så du har full kontroll, og punch et kronblad av gangen.
Turn the punch upside down, and do one petal at the time.







Sånn ser blomstene ut, før jeg soter kantene, og pynter dem.
Here you can see my flowers, before I distress the edges, and decorate them.



Nesten ferdig.
Almost done.

Her er de ferdige blomstene.
Here my flowers are finished.






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Nå vil jeg lage en stor, artig blomst.
Her må du bruke dobbeltsidig ark, og det du trenger er to store, og to små blomster, og en liten sirkel. Sirkelen vil ikke synes.

Now I will make a big flower. You need a two sided pattern paper, and punch out two large, and two small flowers, and a small circle. The circle will not show.









Brett alle blomstene på midten.

Fold all the flowers.







Lim de to store delene inntil hverandre ved hjelp av den lille sirkelen.

Fasten the two large parts next to each other, by using the small circle.


Lim de to små delene sammen, på tvers over skøyten.

Turn the flower, and do the same with the small parts.





En pynt i midten, og blomsten er ferdig.

Decorate the center, and your flower is done.


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Til mine neste blomster har jeg brukt kartong, stoff og dobbeltsidig teip. Alle typer stoff kan brukes, men det blir penest om det ikke er alt for tykt.

For my next flowers I have used cardstock, fabrics, and double sided adhesive tape. All kind of fabric can be used, but it is best if it is not too thick.






Først teiper jeg stoff og kartong sammen med dobbeltsidig teip.

I start with fastening fabric to the cardstock.



Så tegner jeg blomsten på baksiden, og klipper ut for hånd, siden punch og stoff er en dårlig kombinasjon.

Then I drew the flower, and cut it out by hand. Punch and fabrics are a bad combination.






Her har jeg laget en liten blomst også, og sotet kantene med litt Distress. Nå mangler det bare litt pynt i midten.

Now I have made a small flower as well, and distressed the edges. Now I just decorate the center, and my flower is done.









Her er noen flere eksempler som er laget på samme måte.

These flowers are made the same way










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Min siste blomst er veldig enkel å lage, og her kan du få brukt opp litt restebånd.

My last flower is easy to make, and if you have some ribbon leftovers, it will be perfect to use here.





Lag et hull i midten av blomsten, og skjær små buer på kronbladene med en hobbykniv/skalpell.

Make a hole in the center of the flower, and cut small bows on each petal with a scalpel.



Nå trer du båndet gjennom midten av blomsten, og ut på hvert kronblad, som vist på bildene.

Now you use the ribbon, like shown in the pictures.









Nå gjenstår det bare en pynt I midten, så er blomster ferdig.

Now all you need is a decoration in the center, and the flower is finish.




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Til slutt har jeg laget noen kort med de nye blomstene mine.

Here I have made some cards with my new flowers.










Jeg håper dere har likt tutorialen, og kanskje fått noen nye ideer å prøve ut.

I hope you have enjoyed my tutorial, and that you have got some new ideas that you would like to try out.

71 comments:

lenislenis said...

Tack för alla idéer om blommorna!
Jättebra!

Berit said...

Wow, dette var bra !
Takk for kjmpeflott veivising !

Sivic said...

Alltid kjekt med noen nye tips!!

torico said...

Great tutorial!! I would LOVE to try to make these flowers. Thank you so much for sharing with us absolutely gorgeous techniques!

Marolle said...

wow wow wow!! jeg er virkelig inspireret, det må prøves med det samme. TAK for tips :)

Pirkkis said...

Wow, what a lovely ideas for making flowers! I have to try them soon.

Julia said...

Utrolig mange fine blomster!
Takk for inspirasjon!

eba said...

Himmel og hav så lekkert! Tusen takk for en kjempeflott tutorial! Gjett om det skal prøves ut og eksperimenteres! Nydelige blomster - og kort ;)

Solveig said...

Tusen takk for flotte tips!!!

Hanna's kreative rom said...

WOW!! Dette var bra!! Maaaange fine blomstrer som jeg er helt inponert over!! Kortene og! Kjempe bra;-) Takk for tips & idéér! Klem:))

Kristin said...

Vanvittig bra! :D

anusch said...

Great idea, wonderful cards.

Gry-Heidi said...

Wow, så lekkert!! Takk for supre idèer :)

mariannes scrapperier m.m said...

Tusen takk. Så lekre blomster:)

SusanneSj said...

Vilka vackra blommor!!!
Tack för ett mycket snyggt tips.

Sanna said...

Absolutely gorgeous flowers!

What size of punches do you use?

Daniel Askeland said...

Dritbra tutorial! :P

Hilsen Daniel

Jannhild said...

Helt konge!!
Kjempeflott, og tusen takk for all inspirasjon!!

Klem fra Jannhild

Milla said...

Oh, this was a great tutorial, very useful! Thanks a lot for sharing! :)

taru76 said...

Thank you so much!!! So georgeous flowers, so useful tips. Definitely one of the best tutorials ever. This got me in such a good mood : D

Taru, Finland

Leenamummi said...

Your flowers are all very beautiful!
Thank you for your advice!

*Michaela* said...

Oh, I love this tutorial! Thank you! What fantastic ideas & techniques.

♥ ♥ ♥

Michaela

Sharon said...

These are fabulous Marianne. Thanks so much for a great tutorial.

cats whiskers said...

Thank you so much IO jhave had so much fun making these flowers
Hugs Jacqui x

Angella said...

Så kreativt og flott Marianne.... må prøve dette:)

Angella

Anonymous said...

Woauww!!!Wonderfull flowers!I'm going to try imidiatly!!Thanks Celia,

Hege said...

Tusen takk for så herlige tips til hvordan bruke punchene på en ny og annerledes måte!

Hege

Norma said...

Thank you so much for this tutorial. I love making my own flowers and I was running out of ideas of different types to make. This was very helpful and I've already made one of yours for my latest card. Thanks again.
Great tutorial, by the way. Detailed and easy to follow.
Norma

Bibbi said...

Tusen takk for superfin tutorial!!

Elly, said...

Wow super flowers, thanks for the wonderful idea!!!
greetings, Elly

Anki said...

Helt underbart! Detta får jag def. försöka hinna pröva så här i semestertider! Varma hälsningar - Anki

Anonymous said...

What great ideas you have. Thanks for sharing this tutorial. I have to buy this retro-punch:))

Susi

Rica said...

Fabulous tutorial Marianne. I love making my own flowers and this will give them an extra dimension. I'm off now to play.
hugs Heather xx

stardustgemsandribbon said...

What a fabulous tutorial....your flowers are just beautiful.
Thanks for sharing :-)
Hugs
Carole x

Birgitte said...

Wow ... flotte blomster. Dem må jeg se om jeg kan lave nogen af.
Tak for inspirationen

Ruth said...

Tusen takk for alle tipsene! Så flotte blomster! ♥

ANTJE said...

For noen herlige blomster ... :)
Tusen takk for en flott tutorial !

Violets Corner said...

Stunning tutorial, thanks for sharing!!! The flowers are fabulous!!!

Hugs
Maarit

Carla said...

Wonderful ideas with these flower pucnhes, thank you for sharing
Carla
The Netherlands

Scrap Hills said...

thank you,
what a very nice flowers you have made
thanks for sharing

greetings from Holland
Hil

Wendy Schoonhoven said...

OMG these are gorgeous, thank you so so much for sharing this great tutorials...I will definitely try them out! Thanks again, hugs, Wendy.

Wendy Schoonhoven said...

PS I hope you don't mind, but I placed a link up on to your blog on mine...I so love these tutorials and thought I let more people know about you! Hugs, Wendy.

maiju said...

Wow... Wonderful flowers.

Yvon (jioya) said...

thanks for showing us this many way's to make the flowers.

Hugs Yvon

Jolanda said...

I just love this technique.
I'm surely going to use it.

Thanks!!

Daniëlla said...

Wow, this is great! I stumbled on your Blog due to another blogfriend. I am surely gonna use some of the techniques!
Be Blessed!

Angelique said...
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Angelique said...

Wow these flowers are great. I specially love the flowers with the ribon.. I have bookmarked your blog for further refference. thanks!!

Anne Kristin said...

Så mange fine blomster! Må nok fram med litt stoff og dobbeltsidig tape...takk for en flott bruksanvisning!

whiteracoon said...

Great ideas! I love these flowers, especially the ribbon one. I surely will try that myself.
Thanks for sharing!!!

Anonymous said...

fantastic flower demo, thank you so much
Christine
xx

Anita said...

What a beautiful flowers you made in this tutorial.
I have this punches aswell and now some new ideas.
Thank you.

xx Anita
from the Netherlands

scraphobby said...

wat schitterend ik ga dit zeker uit proberen,bedankt voor het delen hier van.gr marian

dragon said...

Stunning,
I'm going to try these beauties....
Thanks for the demo...

Lynn xx

Barb Hardeman said...

These are just stunning, and you make them look so easy. I'm bookmarking your site for future reference...thank you so much!!

cristel said...

een schitterende workshop ga het zeker uitproberen super

Antje said...

This is an unbelievable nice collection of different stunning flowers - thanks so much for showing these very different ideas!!!

Melissa S. said...

These are just fantastic. I can't wait to try some. I'm off to try the ribbon one.

Jane said...

This site is amazing & so inspirational!

Marge said...

Beautiful flowers; great ideas! May have to use some of these myself when my new dies arrive this week!!! Thanks for sharing!

Therese said...

Flotte veiledninger og masse inspirasjon! :)
Tusen takk!

Rhonda said...

Fantastic ideas. I will be adding these to more flower ideas reference book. Love them all.

Jackiekg said...

Your cards are beautiful! Love all the flowers you have made - thanks for showing us how.

Ell said...

Wow!! thanks

Crie Artezzanato said...

Hi... I loved this tutorial. Can I put this on my blog ?


Answer me please.

crieartezzanato@yahoo.com.br

www.crieartezzanato.blogspot.com

Val
Hugs

Anna said...

Wow, jättesnyggt! Det här måste jag prova. Tack så mycket för underbara idéer och inspiration!

Creaciones Iliana said...

HERMOSAS IDEAS GRACIAS POR COMPARTIRLAS.

Eulalia said...

Wonderful ideas!!! I pin it. Thank you for to share it with us.
xoxoxo Eulalia

monika garg said...

Mind blowing ideas for beautiful flowers

Lady Bug Stampers said...

wow love the flowers. I would rather make my own then buy them. thanks so much for sharing this tutorial. Will be trying it for sure.
Linda K.

Daksha Popat said...

Superb flowers...really going to try...thank you for sharing. ..its really gr8...and I would also thank you my bloger friend rajaniji. ..who shared this link...so we can visit this blog....its fantastic and really easy to make.thank you once again