Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Layer with a Spiral Flower

This is a very simple technique. Just use the "Spiral Flower" technique to create a flower and layer it on top of another flower. In my recent project, I've use it to layer on top of an acrylic flower to add some dimensions to it. It's such a fun and whimsical little detail that you could add to any of your project.

14 comments:

jacque4u2c said...

Lovely!

Tereza Crump aka MyTreasuredCreations said...

love that!! will definitely try it!! thanks for all the great ideas!!! :)

Bumble Bee said...

So simple -- I love it and am going to have to try it soon. Thanks for another clever idea.

Misspyssel/Cecilia said...

wow, wonderful

mininessie said...

great!!
the spiral flower is what i did with orange skin lol...i just don´t knew of it for scrap :D
thanks you!
hugs!

pruts said...

great idea!! thanks for charing it

pruts said...

great idea!! thanks for charing it

Debbie Gaydos said...

What a great flower, Irene! Love the dimension this adds!

jules p said...

This is so neat. I love it.

sandrine ozenne said...

it's very beautiful

Prettier Stuff said...

Irene, I like this flower. Are you having fun with your Cuttlebug or what. I love being able to cut the flowers out and then stamp on them or run them through the embossing folder. Have a good day, Melissa

scarletwine1 said...

Looks absolutelly beautiful, what an inspiration. gonna have to try this.

Karina said...

Love all the details on this one too. Beautiful work.

william said...

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