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Hi All,
As requested here is a two part video on how to make the Tim Holtz grunge flower. I love making these flowers. The center does take a little practice, but once you have the hang of it you will be fine. Have fun and happy crafting.





Enjoy!

32 comments

  1. I love your new site.It really looks great. I have been a follower for a while now,Ifound you on you tube just before you started the wild card series and you were a big help to me. I just got my cricut E in Sept.and you and robyn(pink stamper) were my teachers, and I just wanted to say thank you. Dee at ed0946@ptd.net

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  2. Hi Christina. Love the flower! Will have to give it a try. Like the new look of your site. Like Dee above, you and Robyn (my pink stamper) keep me so motivated. I got my Cricut Expression last year and didn't know how to use it. Thanks to you and Robyn, I'm on my way.
    Laura

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  3. Thank you for the flower tutorial. I love the way you seem like you are right here giving me a personal lesson. Your voice is warm, fuzzy and caring sounding.

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  4. I really love the look of the "grunge" flower on the front of these small albums. I just got started making these albums in the last week. I tired to learn from another site but her hands was off camera. Thanks so much for all the help and knowledge that you are sharing.
    Lee Ellen
    wigellen@aol.com

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  5. Hi Christina!! Love the new look to the blog site & thanks so much for demonstrating the grunge flower...

    I've seen it before, but had no clue how to put one together. Hope to try it soon!

    Thanks again!

    C Boney

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  6. I love this flower. It looks great. Thank you for showing us. I will have to do this.

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  7. Thanks a ton for the tutorial. I understand now. There is a 5 petal flower in George that I used but I didn't curl the single petal.

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  8. Thank you for showing how to do these I might give it a try.

    Looking forward to more of your great videos.
    flapril

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  9. Oh my that is wonderful. Thanks for the video on how to make the flower. I love to do things like that when I make the time for it.
    I love it!

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  10. Wow, thanks Christina I have been eager since you made your wedding album to see how to make one of these. They are totally gorgeous - thanks for taking the time to demonstrate.

    Karen x x

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  11. Hi Christina...your site looks FAB...Thanks for showing this flower...and i LOVE the way you say Mod Podge. HEHEHEHEHE ;o)

    nikki

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  12. Thanks for the awesome tutorial, Christina, and for the Mod Podge tip. First time I had seen that and it looks as though it makes the cardstock much more pliable, which is a definite plus!!!
    Thanks so much for all that you share!!!

    Hugs!!

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  13. You do such a awesome job with your tutorial....thank you so much.. I will have to try this.....
    great job.....

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  14. Thanks so much for doing this tutorial. It really is pretty easy to do, isn't it? I'll have to give it a try for sure!
    Love the new look!

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  15. That is a totally cool flower! TFS this technique and hope to try one out!

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  16. Thanks Christina. Appreciate the clear and concise tutorial.

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  17. That is so cool, you did a great job explaining everything, I may have to give this a try.

    PennyG cricut mb

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  18. Way cool. I just love it when you do a video with a cart I already have! Love the remodeled website also! Sheri

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  19. Love the new look and great job on the flower. I really appreciate all the help you give us by posting videos. It makes it so much easier to do when I can actually see you do it. I can't wait to try it. Thank you!

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  20. Too Cool, I LOVE it!! Can't wait to try it, thanks!!
    ~Rachel in Sacramento

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  21. That flower is beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing!

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  22. WOW Christina, I think that flower is gorgeous! You definitely have a lot of patience to make that, I'm proud of you:)
    I love your new blog look! Very very cute!
    hugs,
    Emma:)

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  23. It's beautifull. I can't wait to see your album :)).

    Hugs Monique

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  24. You make this seem so easy. I love your videos and always challenge myself w/ them. I can't wait to try this one.
    Pam

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  25. TFS I have seen the other tutorials and now feel confident enough to give this technique a go!
    :D

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  26. Your new look is great!!! I love that is so easy to read and thanks for not playing music. Your videos are so very helpful. I look forward to them each day. I usually enjoy a cup of coffee while watching. Thanks so much for sharing and keep up the good work. DorisB

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  27. Thank you so much for the video - I never could have figured that flower out on my own. Can't wait to see your finished album!

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  28. I like your video. Every morning i watching your blog. Thank you so much.

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  29. I love that grunge flower!! Thank you so much for the video. I can't wait to make some for myself. Thanks for sharing.

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  30. Hi Christina, love your new look! Thanks for the tutorial - the flower came out awesome. I purchased some grunge paper, but I'm sure I'll be needing more, now I know how to do the flower without it!

    Carmen

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  31. Thank you so much for sharing how to make the grunge flower! It looks beautiful.

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