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Friday, October 28, 2011

Paper Wedding Bouquet


I created this stunning wedding bouquet COMPLETELY out of paper!  I used both my original  Paper Orchid Tutorial and my original  Paper Flower Bouquet Tutorial to create it.  I simply changed up the colours a bit, and put them together.



I've been selling these bouquets for quite a large sum of money like CRAZY!, but you can create them yourself for a whole lot cheaper (shhhh - don't tell my customers).  The flowers are not difficult to make.   My tutorials provide tons of gorgeous, detailed, step-by-step instructions (and tons of beautiful photos) on how to create each flower, including the subtle effects that really make the flowers look real and come to life.

If you purchase both the original Paper Orchid Tutorial and the original Paper Flower Bouquet Tutorial, I will also include a 5 page step-by-step Wedding Bouquet tutorial (lots of gorgeous pics here too) on how to do the colour variation for the wedding orchids (aren't they gorgeous in Blushing Bride?), and how to make and assemble the wedding bouquet.  (Of course, as always, the Paper Orchid Tutorial and the Paper Flower Bouquet Tutorial  will continue to be available seperately). 

To celebrate this new bouquet,  I am offering the Paper Orchid Tutorial AND the Paper Flower Bouquet Tutorial  TOGETHER for a reduced price. 



The complete five part  Paper Orchid tutorial and template AND the compete four part Paper Flower Bouquet tutorial PLUS the 2 part Wedding Bouquet Tutorial and colour variation  is available for purchase for only  $11.95.



UPDATE:  (added June 1, 2012):  You are purchasing a tutorial from 2011.  Some of the items used in the tutorial have been discontinued from Stampin' Up!  This tutorial is still easily re-created.  Simple substitutions are noted here.  As of June 1, 2012, the card stock colour Blushing Bride, Stampin' Pastels, the 5-Petal Punch, and the Mat Pack are  no longer available for ordering through Stampin' Up!  This tutorial includes instructions on how to make white orchids, and they would be equally beautiful in many other colours.  Also, the Stampin' Pastels can easily be substituted for other pastels, or with the corresponding classic ink sponged on with a cotton tipped applicator.  The 5-petal punch was used to create the tiny green leaves amongst the white hydrangea flowers.  This punch can easily be substituted for the Blossom Petals Builder punch or or the 5-petal shaped flower from the Island Floral die.  Any piece of thin foam can be substituted for the foam mat from the Mat Pack.  

Or find the link to purchase on the top right sidebar.  The tutorial will be e-mailed to the email address registered to your paypal account within 24 hours as several  PDF files following your purchase.  If you do not receive your email, please check your spam box.  If you still have not received your file within 24 hours, please contact me so I can correct any issues.

Did you purchase one of my tutorials already?  Wondering if you "upgrade" to both tutorials and qualify for the free Wedding Bouquet Tutorial?  Of course!  I want to be know for my awesome customer service and support!  E-mail me and I can send you a link to "upgrade" for a reduced cost. 

Details on the Paper Orchid Tutorial and Template are available here ($5.95 purchased separately).  
Details on the Paper Flower Bouquet Tutorial  are availble here ($6.95 purchased separately).

Here is a testimonial from one of my customers: 

"The tutorial looks fabulous!  You've done such a wonderful job of explaining each flower and leaf, and I can hardly wait to give the paper flowers a try.  A couple of times recently I've been disappointed with for-fee tutorials, but certainly not with yours.  I know it was a lot of work for you, and it was worth every penny to me!  Thanks so much for sharing your creativity and for putting together a thorough and well-illustrated tutorial."




Questions?  Please feel free to email me.  I'd love to hear from you! 





5 comments:

Christy - www.hokiecoyote.com

Absolutely beautiful and so creative!

dimbulb123

Just Absolutely Beautiful!
I just bought this tutorial from you, I am so excited to get started and WOW my Stampin' Up customers!!

Thanks so much for sharing your creativity! I will check back with you often to see your great ideas!

Your fellow SU Rep~
Devon

Anonymous

So cute, I just bought it too!

Tamara

Gorgeous! I can't wait to get my tutorial so I can make these too. Thanks for the tutorial.

nanny31

Reçu tuto rapidement après le paiement, merci.

Il va falloir maintenant que je me fasse traduire en français.