Krafty Tips & Tutes - Week #35: Adding a twist to those flowers!

Welcome to another week of Krafty Tips and Tutes here at Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps!  Each week one of our fabulous Krafty Girls share a little post with some sort of tip or tutorial for you and we hope you find them inspirational! 

This week our hostess is Krafty Girl, STEPHANIE!!  And she's prepared a quick and simple tutorial on how she uses flowers on her cards and adds a little edge to them! Enjoy the tutorial and then we'd love to see YOUR creations featuring this technique with your Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps!!  Be sure to SHARE them over at our new Krafty Friends facebook page!!  We'd love to see you there!!


Hey everyone, Stephanie's here to show you a rather simple way to use those flowers we all have in our stash.

First tip is to cut them in half, add a glue dot or a small amount of liquid glue in the center, and then place each half between your layers (it'll make them pop even more!).






I also often use a pen, a stylus or something circular to fold the long stems of those cute flowers we all have!





And here are a couple of cards I made featuring stamps from the shop with this technique:










Easy, right? Just use it here and there and you'll feel happier with your stash of flowers, I promise! 
 Thanks for being with us on the Krafty Tips & Tutes!

3 comments:

  1. What a great usefull tip! I have tons of flowers, but I never know how to use them on cards...so I end up not using them. Thanks for sharing this with us. The creations are beautiful....when I look at Fabby Flossy...I want to eat cotton candy!

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  2. Very helpful for those of us that are embellishing impaired. ;-) Thank you!

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  3. What a great idea, Stephanie!! I don't even think of doing that. Thanks so much for sharing!!

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