A totally different yest easy burlap rosette flower tutorial. I am sure you might’ve tried the twisted rosette flowers but these swirls burlap rosettes flower is easy to make and sure so yumm!
So I have been MIA for a month but I am back for now. Many people often ask me how I balance work and my blog/crafting, and I wonder of I actually balance them or not? I post maybe 2-3 posts a month and that is quite doable for anyone for that matter if they are really interested in making something new everyday. But this month has been a really long one with loads of work at office and by work I mean tiring work that when I reach home, I just want to go sleep!
Love making paper flowers ? Then this swirl paper roses are the perfect ones. Such a simple craft and lets bet that you won’t stop till you make hundreds of them!
My crafting world has gone haywire thanks to all the work at office and because I feel like I need to rest more when I am back than work myself up with blog and crafts. Anyways valentines day is nearing and if you haven’t yet decided on what to give your loved ones, stay tuned for tutorials on simple handmade love for your valentine. Lets start with handmade swirl paper roses which looks totally pretty and are so so so really easy to make. Trust me they are so simple and beautiful! And in case you like to check out more paper flower tutorial, don’t forget to check them on my blog.
How have you guys been? I know I have been missing from the scene lately but I promise you that I wont go away altogether 😛 I have some other priorities to be set right before I can plunge into crafting world so until then, do follow me on Instagram and facebook for regular crafty updates 🙂 I made these cute punched washi tape handmade flowers last day and I couldnt stop admiring at how well it actually turned out to be! I definitely had to share the tutorial for this simple but beautiful handmade flower.
I’m back after my pretty long Easter vacation and yes I’m definitely back to crafting & blogging as well. I have a lot of unfinished project that needs a little boost up and motivation which includes few quilled flowers that need to go on to few cards, a newspaper quilled night lamp shade and painted recycle mugs. Keeping those aside, I’m sharing with you a Easy Stocking Flower tutorial I tried last night. It’s funny how the idea came up – one of my microwave bowls cracked and I wanted to somehow re-purpose it. That’s when I thought I could use it as a flower-pot kind of thing and since I have been having these stockings for over a year without any use, I thought I’d just make some flowers out of them Stocking flower Tada!!!!
Someone had shared these very beautiful quilling comb flowers on facebook and I just loved how neat and simple it looked. She hadnt posted a tutorial and I was sure it was done with a quilling comb. In my previous post on All-about-quilling-tools (HERE), I was telling you guys how I had purchased a quilling comb and not yet done anything with it! Well when I saw this quilling comb flower on facebook, I immediately grabbed my quilling comb and tried the flower and the one petal was super easy! What grabbed my attention was how different the quilling comb flower looked altogether unlike the loose coil flowers of different shapes.
Hope you all found use with my basic quilling tutorials for quilled tight coil HERE and quilled teardrop shape HERE. I have been making these shapes to fill in my quilled wall hanging which is finally over 😀 and this time its malaysian flower 🙂 Well Malaysian quilled flower was apparently a quilling design first made by Solehah Muhammad of My Quilling Soul (HERE) The Quilled Malaysian flower looks very simple but getting the right symmetry on either sides of the petal is a little tough job. Honey in her blog at Honey’s quilling has done a very well explained tutorial on making Quilled Malaysian flowers (HERE) and also has shared some interesting tips and techniques (HERE). When I tried to make these flowers I had to keep repeating the petals again and again because I just couldnt get the symmetry on either sides of the petal and so I devised a way of my own. So shall we get right into the tutorial?