Sunday, 16 June 2013

My Creative Scrapbook June 2013 Tutorial - How to Create Flower Tendrils




Hello there :)  Just a tiny tutorial share from me today!  I am behind on my creative schedule due to various reasons - so I'm having another creative day today & need to make the most of it.

This is my tutorial for My Creative Scrapbook for this month.  If you are ever looking for inspiration (like who isn't?!)  I strongly suggest you click in to the 'Design Team Gallery' HERE.  (I'll have to come back in & edit this post as I can't click into it right now - think it must be down for maintenance).  

We are a team of 19 international designers all of different styles & strengths so it really is a diverse showcase on product usage & is updated on a monthly basis as we create with the latest kits.


This is really just a little 'tip' & perhaps some of you do this already - I never really know - so I try to sometimes 'point out the obvious' because I remember that what is obvious to me now wasn't so some years back.

I never like to waste anything & I used to cut off these flower wires & throw them in the trash.  Ooooh if only I hadn't done that I'd have tendrils to keep me going for the rest of time!  Oh well!! Have a great Sunday & if you can, go get creative!!!



14 comments:

sandi said...

Great tip! Looks great crinkled!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Awesome tip Helen!! I love it!!!

Desire Fourie said...

Thanks Helen for this super tip. Your tutorial has been done so professionally, as always.
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carlies said...

This look's cool luv It

hug's

Carin McDonough said...

I think that is a great tip to give Helen. Luckily I have always kept my stems, ready to curl when I need them :)

Lizzy Hill said...

I do this in a different way - not that I use that many flowers..but I didn't know about it 'til I saw it online somewhere, so you are ABSOLUTELY right..we're all at different stages in the scrap journey & it's only when we share the sometimes seemingly simple tips, that we learn....so it may seem a basic idea, but it's a great & VERY handy one:):):)

Rachael Funnell said...

FANTASTIC tip...
THANKS for sharing!! ♥

Keren Tamir said...

Cool tutorial Helen. Amazing idea!!

alexandra s.m. said...

super tip indeed Helen!
Thank you~

Val Thorpe said...

I had done this - not very successfully and after looking at your tutorial I was winding too fat... I had been using a skewer. I also never folded in half. You are never to old or too far along in your journey to learn. :D

Lynette said...

Such a lovely tip...thanks for sharing.

ANUPAMA CHOUDARY said...

TFS, Helen! God is in the details...

Lynnda said...

Great Tip Helen!... hugs..x

Denise van Deventer said...

Great tip...must remember this!