Thursday, April 16, 2009

Faux Lollipop Flowers Revisited

Several members of my stamp club have requested that we make a card with Faux Lollipop Flowers at one of our group meetings. I am granting that request this month with this card. Blogging buddy and fabulous crafter, Julie Fei-Fan Balzer, has a great video tutorial here. (Thanks, Julie!)

Other samples of "lollipops" in my work here!

On this card, I've used used the beautiful Parisian Breeze Specialty Designer Paper from Stampin' Up! and the coordinating cardstock colors. I have also used my new Circle Scissors Plus for the background elements for this card. Hope you like it! TFL!

All supplies from Stampin' Up! unless otherwise indicated*:

Stamps: More Thoughts
Paper: Kraft, Baja Breeze, Chocolate Chip CS, Baja Breeze Textured CS
Ink: Chocolate Chip CSP
Accessories: Rhinestone Brad, Circle Scissors Plus, Slot Punch, Wide Oval Punch, Cutter Kit Distressing Tool, Chocolate Chip Wide Grosgrain Ribbon, Corner Rounder Punch, spray bottle with water*,white acrylic paint*


~amy~ said...

Lisa, this is most fabulous...the flower and the colors!!

Rose said...

Wow Lisa! That flower is've got my wheels turning on some new ideas! Thanks for the sweet comment you left me on my blog today! Have a great one.

nelliemaeii said...

I love it!! Thanks for the wonderful birthday wishes! You are so sweet!!

milkcan said...

Your card is gorgeous! I love it!

Anthonette said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! I really like lollipop flowers. I've seen Julie's YouTube video before. I haven't tried inking up the edges the way she does. Have a good one!