Thursday, February 10, 2011

Prima Look-Alike Flower Tutorials

Apparently one can NEVER have too many different styles of flowers!  The following Prima Flowers are included in the Scraps of Darkness Kit and Romance Add-On Kit.

Below are a few great tutorials for re-creating Prima Flowers...
These look fairly similar to the multi colored Prima Roses pictured above

This is another "Prima Look Alike" tutorial

If you look close, there is a piece of burlap behind the black and white here was a cool burlap flower tutorial...they they can be colored with the homemade glimmer glaze!

Here are a few of the flowers that we choose to use in our Counterfeit Kits...
Some of Bethany's homemade flowers


  1. Awesome tuts! And beautiful flowers!

  2. Found you from Rita's Place, love this clever challenge blog. Would you like to be added to Feline Playful, if so please contact me on so I can get details of your challenge rules. Hugs lin

  3. Love your take on kits!! I too love Flowers, so if you would like to see my take on many flowers plus a few of my own creations, come and visit my blog. In the sidebar to your right, I have lots of tutorials to create your own flowers in paper, ribbon and fabric. Nice to see Swirlydoos listed as one of your favorite kit clubs, where I am the Design Team Coordinator.
    Scrappy Hugs,

  4. Bethany - those flowers are gorgeous!

  5. Really liking these tutorials~~ going to have to get some done for my version of the challenge kit

  6. I love Gabrielle's flower tutorials, they are all great. I made sure to add extra cardstock in my kit so I could make flowers.

  7. These tutorials are fantastic. I love the look of the these flowers but I am just too cheap to buy them. Can't wait to give these a try.

  8. Thank you so much I thought the tutorials were brilliant. I loved them so much I made my own flowers

  9. I just LOVE making my own flowers. With inks and paints (and, of course stamps, too), we can make them to match all of our layouts:)

    Here is a link to another version of amazing "frugal" homemade flowers:)


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