Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Ink Edged Muslin Flowers

In spite of the ridiculous snow out there, I am going to post about these flowers!  You may have read about how to make them in this post.  This is a variation on how to color them.




It's simple, I promise!  During the step where you fold the circle the second time...





You open up your ink pad and swirl (technical term) the edges in the ink.  For the top flower, I used brown.



For this one, I used a few different shades of blue.  I love how shabby and vintage they look.  Just in case you are interested, these are listed in my Etsy shop

Wouldn't it be wonderful if you could make snow disappear with a blog post about flowers?  Oh well!





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5 comments:

  1. Snow? Yikes! All the more reason for pretty flowers which these are!

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  2. Christine, Love these! We are getting wallopped with snow again too...this is a nice Spring project!

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  3. Love these details! I see all of these Spring crafting things, and I am ready for the snow to take a step back! We got a few inches last night and all day today too, on top of a layer of frozen rain. It will all melt away soon enough, and until then, there are muslin flowers!

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  4. beautiful! Sorry about the snow...denial always works for me.

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  5. Christine, Love these! We are getting wallopped with snow again too...this is a nice Spring project!

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