June 7, 2013

Ric Rac Flower Tutorial


Welcome Papercraft Star readers!  It's the first Friday of June which means another tutorial!  Be sure to watch this one as I draw the winner from last months tutorial!  These little ric-rac flowers are so sweet and can be built up to make really elegant flowers.  Hope you watch and enjoy!







13 comments:

Ros Crawford said...

Wow!! These are brilliant ... I have lots of that stuff ... I'm certainly going to try these they looks so pretty! Thanks for the inspiration!

Michaela said...

Another very inspirational tutorial! I am going to have a go and practice these! Thank you for sharing with us.
Michaela xx

Margreet said...

I love ric rac and it was great to see your tutorial about making such pretty flowers...I think I will give it a try! Thanks for the inspiration!
xxx Margreet

Donna Jones said...

Great tutorial, such pretty flowers, will have to have a go at making these.:-)
Thank you
Donna Jones

Gail said...

Wow ,I thought handmade flowers had been been done to death and here you are with something so cute. Thank you so much for the tutorial - I have ric rac I just need a few spare minutes to roll it up.

nelliebly said...

Love your idea Will have to find my ric rack & have a try at this I don't like hot glue guns either Thanks for the tutorial Hugs Nellie

scrappingnana said...

Great tutorial. I have some ric rack and will give this a try. Love the different flowers you made with the different ric racks.

Wink Weingart said...
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Wink Weingart said...

What a great idea! My dear sweet Mother-in-law gave me a huge box of vintage ric rac. This has really inspired me to use some of it. I will give it a try. Thanks so much!

Carole RB said...

I have to try my hands on that. Thanks for the tutorial

Diane said...

These are super cute, and I have lots of vintage rick rack, so have to give these a try!!

Gina Brandstetter said...

Great Tutorial! Now I have something I can use all my 'stashed' ric-rac for!

kbrandy4 said...

Wow! Love this tutorial, i have lots of lovely velvet ricrac ribbon and now i can try something different with them! Thank you so much for sharing your fabulous ideas!
Hazel xx