Friday, July 24, 2009

More Grungepaper Flowers


Don't know about you, but I love all the things that can be done with grungepaper. Earlier I posted the business card holders I made with them, and I've been doing flowers all along.


On Sunday I'm co-teaching a jewelry class with my friend Heidi. I'm doing grungepaper flowers which can be made into pins or pendants. These are some samples for the class. The flowers were either die cut on my Big Kick or punched with a SU! punch. I inked them, stamped backgrounds on them, then inked some of them again with clear ink and heat embossed them. I added either brads or GP leaves or some Tim Holtz idea-ology hardware.

7 comments:

Elaine A said...

Eileen -

These are just so sweet. I love the different combinations you used to put them together.

Elaine Allen

Kathy Eddy said...

These are just fantastic! Great color combinations and variety. Kathy e

ShellyRaeWood said...

Eileen....those are way cool. Wish I could come and take your class!! Believe it or not I have never seen or played with GP or GB. LOL Someday......smiles

Anonymous said...

These are beautiful. I've been trying to make some but can't find a punch that will cut through the grungepaper. Don't have a die-cut system. You mention Stampin up punches. Are there specific SU or other punches you recommend?

Thanks so much
Barbara

inge said...

Hello Eileen,

your grungepaperflowers look great ! They will look great as a pinflower to wear.

I really like how you made your textured backgrounds.

greetings from belgium
Inge

Heidi Davenport said...

Eileen,
Thanks a ton for sharing these with us today at our class at THE MECCA! I loved it and I know everyone had a great time. I love our coteaching... :)

Wanda H said...

Eileen, I love your flowers!!! Fabulous!!