Thursday, April 29, 2010

Stampin' Up Butterfly Punch Pansy Tutorial



Hi Everyone! Here is a quick Technique Thursday Tutorial which shows how to make a Pansy Flower using the Stampin' Up Butterfly Punch. I shared this during my Flower Power Class and the girls had fun making them. Enjoy!



1. You will need: SU Butterfly Punch, Large Oval Punch, Sponge Daubers, Paper Piercer, Whisper White Paper, Old Olive Paper, Rich Razzleberry Ink, Crushed Curry Ink, and a Brad.










2. Punch two Whisper White butterflies using the SU Butterfly Punch and punch two Old Olive Ovals (leaves) using the Large Oval Punch.










3. Use the sponge dauber to ink Rich Razzleberry ink along the edges of the Whisper White Butterflies.










4. Sponge the insides of each butterfly as lightly or darker as you want.












5. Put two butterflies together so they look like a flower. Use the Paper Piercer to put a small hole in each at the same time.









6. Attach the brad and use the sponge dauber to add Crushed Curry Ink to the center.











7.Fold each Old Olive Oval in half. (Use a bone folder to give them a good crease. Then fan each one out so they resemble leaves.)










8. Attach the leaves to the base of the Pansy using adhesive.











9. Add your Pansy to your project!

5 comments:

  1. It looks beautiful on this little bag!! And YES, it was really fun to make at your Flower Power Class!

    Bridgette :)

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  2. How fun is that, Lisa! I love it! And you know how I love boxes and bags - this is just too cute to pass up! Oooh...how I appreciate these wonderful tutes in order to use these Stampin' Up! products. Otherwise, I look at the catalog and think...hmmm..do I need that? Guess what's on my list now? :-) TFS!

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  3. never thought I would need the butterfly punch. Now I think I do LOL. what a cute idea thanks for sharing

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  4. The pansy looks so pretty! Thanks so much for the tutorial.

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  5. I loved this tutorial. Thanks

    Val

    Brasil

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Thank you for your kind words!

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