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Thursday, April 11, 2013

Robin's Nest blog hop DAISIES

Good morning and welcome to the Robin's Nest blog hop ALL ABOUT DAISIES.  If you came from Juraci you are in the right place.  If you stumbled upon my post today, you should start at the beginning with Robin.

Today's hop is all about daisies and I just wasn't sure what I could bring to the table for this one.  Not that I don't like daisies, I just didn't know what I wanted to make...A scrapbook layout? - I didn't have any pictures to go with the daisy theme.  a card? - I haven't made a card in sooo long (so I could use up some scraps?).  Instead I opted for this super easy project.  I started with this fabulous Shocking Pink Glitter Sorbet paper.  I just love all the glimmer in this paper.  Did you know they hand glitter all their paper?
                             Shocking Pink Glitter Sorbet
I cut 3 strips of the paper at 1 by 12 inches and used my 
Martha Stewart scoring board and scored 1/2 sections
and then I flipped the paper over and scored at 1/4 inch.  
This makes folding accordian style so much simpler. 
Then I hotglued the sections together to make those famous medallions.  
I have made a lot of these and really enjoy the look, 
but I wanted to put a spin on these. 
I then punched out a starburst out of the Kiwi Glitter Sorbet.  
This is such yummy paper.  I really cannot get over how sparkly it is.
and hot glued it to the center to keep the medallion together.
but here is my twist.  CUT it apart.  
Just cut all the peaks just to the starburst.  
This kinda gives it more depth and makes it a bit fuller. 
Sounds weird, but it's true and I think it represents a daisy like look.
Then I hotglued stems to the back of the medallions from my stash 
I added some 3d crystal lacquer and of course... 
tiny dew drops.
And here is my trio of Live, Love, Laugh 
I love how these turned out and I hope you enjoyed a 
"new" spin on an old craft. 


Now for some blog candy...Each Blog will give a prize package "Daisey Package" value at $15 will include Tear drop, paper, and embellishments. 1 Grand Prize will get $25 toward the on-line store, winner will be picked by Rachel on the Robin Nest Blog. Winner will be posted the Sunday April 21st on Robin's Nest blog. Please make sure to become a follower and leave a comment to win the blog candy...

Now head on over to Michelle

Here is a complete list of all the blogs involved in this hop.

As always, have a great day and God Bless.



37 comments:

  1. Love your daisies!!! I would have never thought to make one that way. I know I will have to try this. Thanks so much for sharing :-)

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  2. I can't wait to make some of these! I would love them on any table, especially when the winter gets long!

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  3. so cute! id like to make this too! :)

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  4. Last night, I created my first rosette. But next time, I will be sure to fire up the old glue gun!! Thanks for the tip!

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  5. What a clever idea to cut the rosettes to make it fuller. It sure did work and TFS. So cute!

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  6. Love your daisies - thanks for sharing!

    Dianne W

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  7. I am think that these are a must try.

    Flexie:0)

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  8. LOVE your idea and I can't wait to make a few of these flowers!!! They turned out wonderful!

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  9. Super cute project and adorable flowers!

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  10. Love the rosettes, Brenda!!! And they sure do look great grouped in the vase -- what a great looking centerpiece! Thanks for the tip of scoring the rosettes on both sides, I'll have to try doing it that way; it does look like it would make them easier to fold!

    Hugs, mu friend!

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  11. What a cute daisy! Daisies have always been my favorite flower!

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  12. Great job!!!! Love, love, love them!

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  13. This is an adorable project- and thanks for teaching me how to make a medallion!

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  14. What a cute project. Those flowers are so cute.

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  15. Cute project, I love making the accordion flowers, they give depth to every project. TFS

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  16. Love it. I am going to make these soon. I never cut the paper when I make those. Great idea.

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  17. Love your flowers!! :) "Happy Spring"

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  18. What a fun project, I really like your daiseys.

    TFS Janis

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  19. I am following! Love the hand glittered paper. Is it Robin's Nest, too?

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  20. What a fabulous idea, these would make great table centre pieces. xx

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  21. absolutly wonderful. these would be great for moms day or weddings.

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  22. I really enjoyed reading your post & loved that you made the daisies as display items!! Supercool surprise! They are just lovely!
    Hugs
    Rene

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  23. I had to smile when I saw the jugs with the daisies. Cute idea. Thanks for the directions.

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  24. Forgot my address txmlhl@yahoo.com

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  25. I'm now # 501 of your followers! And your flowers are fabulous! Did the jugs come colored and with words?? Very cool!!

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  26. Oh my GOSH... THESE ARE THE CUTEST!!!!! LOVE them! What FUN flowers!!!!

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