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Sunday, 6 November 2016

Origami Flowers for Spectrum Noir Colorista!

Hello to everyone.  I had such fun creating this bouquet of hand coloured Origami flowers for  Crafter's Companion - Spectrum Noir Colorista.  
A tutorial for creating the bouquet is available on the Crafter's Companion blog here.
The papers used to fold the petals are from various Colorista pads and items.  
These double sided colourings make such a pretty gift or centerpiece and its a fabulous way to use your Colorista colourings.




Happy crafting fun to all.




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14 comments:

CRAZYCRAFTSHED said...

Gorgeous flower's Laine
Dianne xx :)

Jennifer Bradley said...

Fabulous flower collection. Hugs Jennifer xx

Karin van eijk said...

gorgeous flowers and beautiful done Laine
Gr Karin

Avril Watson said...

OH WOW, Laine, what more is there to say, love the fabulous flowers and colours, hugs xxx

KraftyKoolKat said...

A really gorgeous work of art Laine.
Hugs
Cathy
xxxxx

Linda Simpson said...

This is gorgeous Laine.
Hugs
Linda xxx

Veerle said...

Stunning flowers Laine. x

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Laine this is stunning the flowers are gorgeous and what a good idea to use the colouring sheets. I will be making lots of these flowers for our daughter's wedding. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Gina Knott said...

Oh WOW, what a fabulous bouquet! Such a clever idea.
Hugs
Gina xx

Andree said...

A wonderful bunch of flowers Laine. Gorgeous papers xx

Sarah said...

Wow Laine what an imaginative and impressive use for the coloured pages. Such beautiful blooms xx

Katie Lamb said...

This is gorgeous and love the colours

Holley (Tondre) Barnhart said...

stunning project Laine! WOW

Pia S said...

What a fantastic and colorful everlasting bouquet of flowers!

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