Friday, November 18, 2011

Candy Cane Bouquet {Tutorial}

Detailed Step-by-Step Tutorial Available for Purchase

This stunning bouquet is made completely out of paper and various Stampin' Up! punches and dies. (Well, and a little floral wire and some candy canes of course!)  

Wouldn't you love to make this stunning Christmas centerpiece for yourself or for someone special?  Now you can!   I have put together a detailed tutorial on how make each of these stunning flowers and how to replicate and assemble this bouquet.

The tutorial is in four parts.  Each tutorial gives clear step-by-step instructions with tons of gorgeous photos on how to make the velvety roses, the frosty pine needles, and the snowy mini pinecones to make this bouquet. I wish the photos showed off how much this centerpiece shimmers!  The complete tutorial is 12 pages in length and has 34 photos.  The flowers are not difficult to make, but a lot of photos are required to give complete step-by-step instruction.   It also gives lots of instruction on how to create the subtle effects that really make the flowers, pinecones and greenery come to life. 

The complete  four part tutorial on how to make this project is available for purchase for only  $5.95  

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 Mat Pack is  no longer available for ordering through Stampin' Up!  Any piece of thin foam can be substituted for the foam mat from the Mat Pack.  

The tutorial will be e-mailed to the email address registered to your paypal account within 24 hours as four Adobe 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. 

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."

 Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.