Monday, 4 February 2013

How to make Filigiri flower

Hello Everyone ..

Its me, Isha here with my sweet and simple inspiration for this month challenge "Splash of colors", to add some fun and twist I have made a very interesting flower using our very favorite Martha Stewart Monarch Butterfly punch . Have a look.



Its a super inky background, loads of distress inks !! 


I am using the super gorgeous papers from My Minds Eye - Be Amazing 6x6 paper pad & my favourite Kaisercraft Tigerlilly 6.5x6.5 paper pad with my favorite prints POLKA DOTS !! & i have incorporated these lovely embellishments from K & company Abrianna icon  and some wood veneers . All the supplies used are linked at the end of the post . 

Closer look at the filigiri flower.. what say ??? 

HOW TO MAKE FILIGIRI FLOWER  USING - MS MONARCH BUTTERFLY PUNCH 

Step -1  Materials required 
6 punched MS monarch butterfly , few pollens , 1 brad , some silicon glue , adhesive and scissors .

Step -2 Basic cutting 

Step 3 - Layering 


Step 4 

Voila ... and your flower is ready !! super easy .

Hope i was able to inspire you to play and join us along our colorful  monthly challenge 

Supplies used from Lulupu - 






                                                                                                          




Other Supplies -
Silicon glue , card stock and glitter .

Hope to see you joining in this months challenge and surprising us :)

6 comments:

  1. Love how you demonstrated the silicon.First saw Anita use butterflies to make a flower and was so intrigued.

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  2. The bg with distress inks looks so gorgeous!! And that bloom is super cute.

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  3. lovely card...same flower ,i made by seeing tute of anita kejriwal..nice

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  4. very colourful and pretty background..and flower is very nice Isha..thanks for sharing !!

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  5. The inky background is so charming..:)

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  6. Love the butterfly flower

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